Section 101-484 Ord. 16592; Amending Chapter 11 RE: Fees for Public Health Services


Ordinance No.           16592               Council Bill No.           B 285-00            

AN ORDINANCE

amending Chapter 11 of the City Code as it relates to fees for public health services; and fixing the time when this ordinance shall become effective.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS FOLLOWS:

    SECTION 1.  Chapter 11 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Columbia, Missouri, is hereby amended by adding the following Section 11-17:

    Material to be added underlined.

Sec. 11-17.  Charges for health services.

Patrons of the health department shall pay the following fees for personal health services.  No one will be denied health services for inability to pay.

Immunization Administration Fee for State Provided Vaccines        $5.00/visit
Flu Shots                                    $5.00
Pneumovax                                    $10.00
Hepatitis A                                    $25.00/dose
Hepatitis B                                    $25.00/dose
Other Non-mandatory vaccinations                        Vaccine cost plus $5.00
PPD                                        $2.00
Sports Physicals                                $15.00
Daycare Physicals                                $5.00
Well Woman’s Exam (Non-Title V @ 300% poverty)            $20.00
Well Woman’s Exam - Employee Health                    $25.00
Oral Contraceptives (Non-Title V @ 300% poverty)            $5.00/3 mos.
DepoProvera (Non-Title V @300% poverty)                $10.00/shot
Dental Co-Pay                                $20.00

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Sec. 11-133. Inspection of food service establishments.

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(g)    Commercial food service establishment inspection fees:

    (1)    Commercial food service establishments with annual gross receipts of less than five hundred thousand dollars two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($500,000.00 250,000.00) shall pay an annual inspection fee of thirty-five one hundred twenty-five dollars ($35.00 125.00).
    (2)    Commercial food service establishments with annual gross receipts of five hundred two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($500,000.00 250,000.00) to seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($750,000.00) or more shall pay an annual inspection fee of one hundred seventy-five dollars ($75.00 175.00).

    (3)    Commercial food service establishments with annual gross receipts of more than seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($750,000.00) shall pay an annual inspection of three hundred twenty-five dollars ($325.00).

    (34)    The annual inspection fee shall be paid to the business license administrator when the application for business license or business license renewal is submitted.

    (45)    The annual gross receipts used in determining the amount of the annual inspection fee shall be the same as the annual gross receipts submitted by the commercial food service establishment as part of its business license application.

    (56)    Only one annual inspection fee shall be charged for each commercial food service establishment, even if more than one operating permit is issued.

(h)    Commercial food service establishment reinspection administrative service fees:

    (1)    Commercial food service establishments shall pay a twenty-five one hundred dollar ($25.00 100.00) reinspection fee whenever the inspection score exceeds forty (40) demerits and the operating permit is suspended; provided, however, that the total amount of inspection and reinspection fees shall not exceed one hundred dollars ($100.00) per year administrative service fee per inspection when two (2) or more reinspections are required to correct violations noted during the inspection process.

    (2)    The reinspection administrative service fee shall be paid to the business license administrator when the next application for business license renewal is submitted.

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Sec. 11-151. Personnel.

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(c)    Food handler's certificate:

    (1)    Issuance, term. A food handler's certificate shall be issued to any person who has met the requirements of this section. Such certificate shall be valid for two (2) three (3) years from the date of issue and shall be renewable upon presentation of evidence of completion of a refresher course in food handling principles, sanitation and hygienic practice provided or approved by the director; provided, further, that, concerning grocery stores, this requirement shall apply only to individuals directly involved in the handling and preparation of unwrapped meat and bakery products.
    (2)    Fees. There shall be a fee of two five dollars ($2.00 5.00) for each new or renewed food handler's certificate; and a fee of one dollar two dollars ($1.00 2.00) for each duplicate of an existing certificate. Such fees shall be payable to the director or his authorized representative at the time the certificates are issued. The director and his authorized representatives are hereby empowered, authorized, and directed to issue a receipt in the appropriate amount to each food handler from whom fees are collected. All such fees shall be deposited to the treasury of the city, general revenue fund.
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Sec. 11-179. Junkyard inspections.

    The director, or his duly authorized representative, shall inspect all junkyards licensed under this article at least once a year to determine whether such yards are being operated in accordance with the provisions of this article and other applicable provisions of law.

Junkyards with annual gross sales of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) or less shall pay an annual inspection fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00).  Junkyards with annual gross sales greater than twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) shall pay an annual inspection fee of one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00).  Inspection fees shall be paid to the business license administrator at the time of business license application or renewal.

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Sec. 11-278. Operating permit required; revocation of permit; hearings and appeals.

(a)    Every person owning, operating or maintaining a class A, B, C, E or F swimming pool in the City of Columbia shall be required to hold a valid operating permit from the health department. The permit will be issued annually upon application and after certification by the health department that all requirements of this article and the rules and regulations of the health department regarding safety and sanitation have been complied with. An annual inspection fee of one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125.00) per pool or spa permit for pools requiring seasonal inspections shall be collected.  An annual inspection fee of two hundred dollars ($200.00) per pool or spa permit requiring annual inspections shall be collected.  Such fees shall be collected by the business license administrator and are payable at the time that the permit is issued.    

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Sec. 11-362. Tattoo establishment permits.

(a)    It shall be unlawful for any person to tattoo another person except at a tattoo establishment which has a current tattoo establishment permit issued by the director.

(b)    Any person desiring a tattoo establishment permit shall make written application for a permit on forms provided by the director. The application shall include the applicant's full name, address, telephone number, location of the proposed tattoo establishment and such other information as the director requires to enforce the provisions of this article.

(c)    After receipt of an application for a tattoo establishment permit, the director shall inspect the proposed tattoo establishment to determine compliance with the provisions of this article. If applicable requirements of this article have been met, the director shall issue a tattoo establishment permit.

(d)    An annual inspection fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00) shall be collected by the business license administrator at the time the permit is issued.

(de)    A permit for a tattoo establishment may be granted at any time during the year, but all such permits shall expire on the thirty-first day of the next succeeding December. Tattoo establishment permits shall not be transferrable.

(ef)    The tattoo establishment permit and all regulations of the director shall be posted at all times in a conspicuous place in the tattoo establishment.

    SECTION 2.  This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after October 1, 2000.

    PASSED this 18th day of September, 2000.