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(a) It shall be unlawful to operate an Overdose Prevention Program in the City without obtaining and maintaining a permit therefor issued by DPH, and any such other licenses, permits, certifications, or registrations that may be required by State or City law.
(b) It shall be unlawful for any Person to operate an Overdose Prevention Program for which a permit has been granted under this Article 46 if such permit has been revoked, or during any period in which such permit is suspended or is otherwise inoperative.
(c) If any license, permit, certification, or registration required for the operation of an Overdose Prevention Program is denied, suspended, modified, revoked, or expired, the Overdose Prevention Program shall notify the Director of such action in writing within two business days of receiving actual or constructive notice of the denial, suspension, modification, revocation, or expiration.
(d) No permit issued under this Article 46 may be transferred by any means to any Person under any circumstance.
(e) No permit issued under this Article 46 may be operated at any location other than the location authorized by the permit.
(Added by Ord. 105-20, File No. 200243, App. 7/10/2020, Eff. 8/10/2020)