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(a) The application for a permit or for any renewal thereof to establish. maintain or operate one or more coin-operated dry cleaning machines shall be in writing and shall state the specific location of the machines. It shall also describe in detail the coin-operated dry cleaning machine proposed to be installed, and there shall be included detailed installation, operation and maintenance manuals for the machine. It shall describe in detail the design and type of construction of the building in which the applicant intends to locate the machine. It shall also be accompanied by a drawing showing the floor plan of the building, the location of equipment, including the coin-operated dry cleaning machines and any dryers, and the location of all drains, pipes, fans, exhausts, vents, windows, stacks, tanks, dikes and filters. The Department of Public Safety, before issuing an any letter of intent, shall cause an investigation to be made of the premises named and- described in the application for the purpose of determining whether, pursuant to the terms of this chapter and all other applicable local laws, the proposed location is suitable for the purposes intended.
(b) If the Department of Public Safety, through its Director, shall be satisfied from its own investigation and from the reports of other City departments concerned that the proposed coin-operated dry cleaning machines and the premises proposed for their location are in conformity or can be brought into conformity with the provisions of this chapter and all other applicable local laws relating thereto, it shall issue or cause to be issued a letter of intent authorizing installation of the machines. If the Department of Public Safety shall not be so satisfied, it shall so advise the applicant setting forth the reasons for denial.
(c) When the coin-operated dry cleaning machines are installed in the premises and the owner or operator is prepared to open for business, the Department of Public Safety shall be advised. If the Department of Public Safety, through its Director, shall be satisfied that the machines, accessory equipment and the premises on which they are located conform to the applicant's plans, the provisions of this chapter and all other applicable local laws, it shall issue or cause to be issued a permit authorizing the establishment, maintenance and operation of coin-operated dry cleaning machines.
(Ord. 35-62. Passed 11-26-62)