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(A) (1) No person or entity shall establish, maintain or operate any restaurant in the city without first having obtained a permit from the Department of Health, which shall be placed in a conspicuous place in the dining or eating room or if no such room exists, then the permit shall be placed clearly within public view.
(2) There shall be an annual permit fee payable during the month of January in the case of restaurants already in operation as of January 1, 1990, and within one month of opening in the case of restaurants established thereafter. In the case of restaurants established after January 1, 1990, the first permit issued will expire at the end of that calendar year. All restaurants requiring a second reinspection, for any reason whatsoever, shall be required to pay, in addition to the permit fee, a fee.
(3) The annual permit fee and second reinspection fees, shall be set forth in the schedule of fees and charges attached to the annual budget of the city, pursuant to § 41.11 of the code. If such fees are not paid within one month after the same becomes due, the person or entity shall be fined as set forth in the schedule of fees, charges, penalties and rewards attached to the annual budget of the city, pursuant to § 41.11 of this code.
(B) No person or entity shall vend food on a temporary basis in the city without first having obtained a temporary permit from the Department of Health, which shall be displayed in a conspicuous place. There shall be a permit fee for each temporary permit issued. The fee for the temporary food vending permit shall be set forth in the schedule of fees and charges attached to the annual budget of the city, pursuant to § 41.11 of the code. The temporary permit shall be valid for a period of no more than seven days.
(1967 Code, Appendix A, § 23) (Ord. passed 12-20-1971; Ord. passed 5-9-1977; Ord. passed 11-30-1989; Ord. passed 3-8-1993; Ord. passed 5-19-2003; Ord. passed 8-19-2013) Penalty, see § 96.999