Prior to the adoption of Ord. 16334 on 02/07/2000, Section 11-282 read as follows.

    The director of health services shall have the authority to make further reasonable rules and regulations to ensure safe and sanitary operation of swimming pools and family pools. The health department shall be required to inspect all swimming pools, and family pools, regularly, and to take samples of water in use for the purpose of determining the sanitary condition of the pool and pool area, and for this purpose shall have the right to enter upon the pool premises. If the condition of the pool area or water fails to meet the requirements of the rules and regulations of the health department, or if the pool is not being operated in accordance with the provisions of this article, the health department shall have the power to abate or cause a suspension of the use of such pool until such time as compliance is obtained; provided, however, that the owner and operator of the pool shall have first been notified of the unsatisfactory conditions and given a reasonable period of time to correct the conditions to the satisfaction of the health department.

(Code 1964, § 10.10150)

     Cross reference(s)--Administration of health and sanitation regulations generally, § 11-16 et seq.