§ 112.010  UNSANITARY FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS.
   It shall be unlawful for the owner or person in charge of any food service, grocery or food processing establishment or any other place where food or drink intended for human use is manufactured, prepared, handled, sold, stored or served to keep or maintain the establishment or place of business in an unclean or unsanitary condition or in violation of the state laws or applicable sanitation requirements of §§ 112.030 through 112.033 or other provisions of this Code or ordinances of the city governing the establishments. The health department shall have the power to order the place closed until it shall be put in a clean and sanitary condition or until the food or drink or the sale of the food or drink shall be no longer likely to cause or transmit disease. The owner or person in charge of any establishment or place of business so ordered closed shall immediately comply with and obey the order and conduct no further operations until permission therefor has been granted by the health department.
(1957 Rev. Ords., § 7.1208; 1992 Code, § 17-9)  (Ord. 2763, passed 6-28-1971; Ord. 183-07, passed 12-3-2007)  Penalty, see § 10.999
Cross-reference:
   Health and sanitation, see ch. 92