Town of Woodbury, CT
Litchfield County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Woodbury 2-24-1975 (Ch. 7, Art. III, of the Town Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
No person shall, after April 1, 1975, operate or maintain, within the Town, any place where food or beverages are served to the public without obtaining a license from the Director of Health.
Licenses shall not be issued to any applicant failing to comply with the requirements of this chapter and the Public Health Code of the state. Licenses shall not be transferable and shall be posted in every food or beverage service establishment.
Licenses for temporary food or beverage service establishments shall be issued for a period of time not to exceed 14 days.
[Amended 5-21-2018]
Applications shall be in writing on forms provided by the Director of Health and shall include the applicant's full name and address; and the location and type of food or beverage service establishment. If the application is for a temporary food or beverage establishment, it shall include the dates of the proposed operation. The application shall be signed by the applicant or its authorized officer.
[Amended 5-21-2018]
License fees shall be set in accordance with the current health district fee schedule.
[Amended 5-21-2018]
All license terms shall be as set by the current health district.
A license may be suspended by the Director of Health for failure of the licensee to comply with the Public Health Code of the state. Notice of suspension shall be in writing and shall be served on the licensee and shall specify the reasons for suspension.
Any licensee whose license has been suspended may, at any time, request the Director of Health to inspect the subject premises. Such request shall be in writing and shall include a statement that the conditions resulting in the suspension of the license have been corrected. Within 10 days following the receipt of said written request, the Director of Health shall conduct an inspection, and if he determines that the subject premises are not in violation of the Public Health Code of the state, he shall reinstate the license.