City of Chillicothe, MO
Livingston County
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[CC 1999 §13-1; Ord. No. 89-11, 4-24-1989]
The Mayor and City Clerk are authorized to execute and deliver a cooperative contract with the Livingston County Health Center to enforce the food service sanitation ordinances of the City.
[CC 1999 §13-2; R.O. 1962 §§208 — 210]
The Mayor, with the consent and approval of the City Council, may appoint a health inspector for the City. Such inspector shall have the powers and duties normally assigned to health officers and shall enforce all applicable provisions of this Title, State law and City ordinances, rules and regulations as directed by the City Council.
[Ord. No. 2011-26 §1, 3-28-2011; Ord. No. 2011-70 §1, 8-8-2011]
A. 
Each food service facility that is subject to inspection will pay to the City inspection fees as follows:
1. 
Thirty-five dollars ($35.00) per annual inspection. This rate includes reimbursement for mileage and travel time to and from the facility, file review, inspection time, form completion, and administrative time and technical assistance to owners/managers.
2. 
Twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per re-inspection. This rate includes reimbursement for mileage and travel time to and from the facility, file review, inspection time, form completion, and administrative time and technical assistance to owners/managers.
3. 
Twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per inspection of temporary food stands. This rate includes reimbursement for mileage and travel time to and from the facility, file review, inspection time, form completion, and administrative time and technical assistance to owners/managers.
B. 
These inspection fees shall not apply where the City has otherwise waived such fees by contract or ordinance. The fees will be paid upon billing by the City. A person may not operate a food service facility that does not pass the inspection except for temporary operations permitted by the Health Inspector pending re-inspection.
[Ord. No. 2004-47 §1(13-32), 4-26-2004]
A. 
The 1999 Food Code and all annexes thereto, as amended from time to time, unless herein specifically repealed or amended in the City Code, published jointly by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service and Food and Drug Administration, is adopted as the City Food Code.
B. 
A person who violates any part of this Article is guilty of an ordinance violation.
C. 
Each day a violation of any part of this Article exists or occurs is a separate violation.
[Ord. No. 2004-47 §1(13-33), 4-26-2004]
A. 
Annex 1, Section 8-811.10 of the 1999 Food Code entitled "Authorities, Methods, Fines and Sentences" is repealed and not a part of the City Food Code.
B. 
In addition to all other remedies provided for in this Article for enforcement and punishment of those who do not comply therewith, a person who violates this Article can be prosecuted for an ordinance violation.
C. 
A person found guilty of a violation of this Article shall be punished pursuant to Chapter 100, Section 100.340.