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(A) The county's Enforcement Officer or its designated Enforcement Agency is authorized to conduct any Inspections or other investigations as reasonably necessary to further the goals of this article, subject to applicable laws.
(B) A person subject to the requirements of this article shall provide or arrange for access during all inspections (with the exception of a private residential dwelling unit) and shall cooperate with the Enforcement Agency during such inspections and investigations. Such inspections and investigations may include inspection of edible food recovery activities, review of required records, or other verification or inspection to confirm compliance. Failure to provide or arrange for access to the premises or access to records for any inspection or investigation is a violation of this article and may result in penalties.
(C) Any records obtained by the county's Enforcement Officer or its designated Enforcement Agency during inspections and other reviews shall be subject to the requirements and applicable disclosure exemptions of the California Public Records Act as set forth in Cal. Government Code §§ 6250 et seq.
(D) The county's Enforcement Officer or its designated Enforcement Agency shall accept written complaints from persons regarding an entity that may be potentially non-compliant with this article.
(Ord. 1038, § 6, 2022)