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SB21,4072 13Section 4072. 254.61 (5r) of the statutes is renumbered 97.01 (15f).
SB21,4073 14Section 4073. 254.61 (6) of the statutes is renumbered 97.01 (15k).
SB21,4074 15Section 4074. 254.61 (7) of the statutes is renumbered 97.01 (15p).
SB21,4075 16Section 4075. 254.61 (8) of the statutes is renumbered 97.01 (15s) and
17amended to read:
SB21,1543,2318 97.01 (15s) "Vending machine commissary" means any building, room or place
19where the food, beverage, ingredients, containers, transport equipment or supplies
20for vending machines are kept, handled, prepared or stored by a vending machine
21operator. "Vending machine commissary" does not mean any place at which the
22operator is licensed to manufacture, distribute or sell food products under ch. 97 this
23chapter
.
SB21,4076 24Section 4076. 254.61 (9) of the statutes is renumbered 97.01 (15w).
SB21,4077 25Section 4077. 254.61 (10) of the statutes is renumbered 97.01 (15y).
SB21,4078
1Section 4078. 254.62 of the statutes is renumbered 97.60.
SB21,4079 2Section 4079. 254.63 of the statutes is renumbered 97.603.
SB21,4080 3Section 4080. 254.64 of the statutes is renumbered 97.605, and 97.605 (title),
4(1), (1m), (1p), (2), (3), (4) (b), (d) and (e) and (5), as renumbered, are amended to read:
SB21,1544,9 597.605 (title) Permit Lodging and vending licenses. (1) (a) No person may
6conduct, maintain, manage or operate a hotel, restaurant, temporary restaurant,
7tourist rooming house, vending machine commissary or vending machine if the
8person has not been issued an annual permit license by the department or by a local
9health department that is granted agent status under s. 254.69 97.615 (2).
SB21,1544,1210 (b) No person may maintain, manage or operate a bed and breakfast
11establishment for more than 10 nights in a year without having first obtained an
12annual permit license from the department.
SB21,1544,2513 (c) Except as provided in s. 250.041 93.135, no permit license may be issued
14under this section until all applicable fees have been paid. If the payment is by check
15or other draft drawn upon an account containing insufficient funds, the permit
16license applicant shall, within 15 days after receipt of notice from the department of
17the insufficiency, pay by cashier's check or other certified draft, money order or cash
18the fees, late fees and processing charges that are specified by rules promulgated by
19the department. If the permit license applicant fails to pay all applicable fees, late
20fees and processing charges within 15 days after the applicant receives notice of the
21insufficiency, the permit license is void. In an appeal concerning voiding of a permit
22license under this paragraph, the burden is on the permit license applicant to show
23that the entire applicable fees, late fees and processing charges have been paid.
24During any appeal process concerning payment dispute, operation of the
25establishment in question is deemed to be operation without a permit license.
SB21,1545,6
1(d) If a person or establishment otherwise licensed under ch. 97 this chapter
2is incidentally engaged in an activity for which a permit license is required under this
3section, the department may, by rule, exempt the person or establishment from the
4permit license requirement under this section. Rules under this paragraph shall
5conform to a memorandum of understanding between the department and the
6department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection.
SB21,1545,10 7(1m) No county, city, village or town may require any permit license of, or
8impose any permit license or inspection fee on, a vending machine operator, vending
9machine commissary or vending machine permitted licensed under this subchapter
10chapter.
SB21,1545,17 11(1p) Except as provided in s. 250.041 93.135, the department may condition the
12initial issuance, renewal or continued validity of a permit license issued under this
13section on correction by the permittee licensee of a violation of this subchapter, rules
14promulgated by the department under this subchapter or ordinances or regulations
15adopted under s. 254.69 97.615 (2) (g), within a specified period of time. If the
16permittee licensee fails to meet the condition within the specified period of time, the
17permit license is void.
SB21,1545,20 18(2) Except as provided in sub. (3), a separate permit license is required for each
19hotel, tourist rooming house, bed and breakfast establishment, or vending machine
20commissary
.
SB21,1545,22 21(3) (a) A bulk milk dispenser may be operated in a restaurant without a
22vending machine or vending machine operator permit license.
SB21,1545,2423 (b) A restaurant may operate as a vending machine commissary without a
24vending machine commissary permit license.
SB21,1546,2
1(4) (b) Except as provided in par. (d) or (e), no permit license is transferable from
2one premises to another or from one person to another.
SB21,1546,63 (d) The holder of a permit license issued under this section may transfer the
4permit license to an individual who is an immediate family member if the holder is
5transferring operation of the hotel, tourist rooming house, bed and breakfast
6establishment, or vending machine to the immediate family member.
SB21,1546,127 (e) A sole proprietorship that reorganizes as a business entity or a business
8entity that reorganizes as either a sole proprietorship or a different type of business
9entity may transfer a permit license issued under this section for operation of an a
10hotel, tourist rooming house, bed and breakfast
establishment, or vending machine
11commissary
to the newly formed business entity or sole proprietorship if the
12following conditions are satisfied:
SB21,1546,1513 1. The hotel, tourist rooming house, bed and breakfast establishment, or
14vending machine commissary
remains at the location for which the permit license
15was issued.
SB21,1546,1816 2. At least one individual who had an ownership interest in the sole
17proprietorship or business entity to which the permit license was issued has an
18ownership interest in the newly formed sole proprietorship or business entity.
SB21,1546,21 19(5) (a) Except as provided in par. (b), all permits licenses expire on June 30,
20except that permits licenses initially issued during the period beginning on April 1
21and ending on June 30 expire on June 30 of the following year.
SB21,1547,222 (b) 1. The local health department of a city of the 1st class that has entered into
23an agreement with the department under s. 254.69 97.615 (2) may issue a permit
24license for a restaurant or bed and breakfast establishment required under this

1section at any time during the year. A permit license issued under this subdivision
2shall expire one year from the date of its issuance.
SB21,1547,133 2. The holder of a permit license for a restaurant or bed and breakfast
4establishment may request an extension to the term of a permit license issued under
5this section by the local health department of a city of the 1st class that has entered
6into an agreement with the department under s. 254.69 97.615 (2) for the purpose
7of aligning the annual term of any other license or permit issued to that permit
8license holder with the annual term of a permit license to be issued to that permit
9license holder under subd. 1. The local health department may require a permit
10license holder that receives an extension under this subdivision to pay a prorated fee
11in an amount determined by dividing the permit license fee imposed under s. 254.69
1297.615 (2) by 12 and multiplying the quotient by the number of months by which the
13permit license issued under this section is extended under this subdivision.
SB21,4081 14Section 4081. 254.65 of the statutes is renumbered 97.607 and amended to
15read:
SB21,1547,24 1697.607 Preinspection Pre-licensing inspection. (1) The department or
17a local health department granted agent status under s. 254.69 97.615 (2) may not
18grant a permit license to a person intending to operate a new hotel, tourist rooming
19house, bed and breakfast establishment, restaurant or vending machine commissary
20or to a person intending to be the new operator of an existing hotel, tourist rooming
21house, bed and breakfast establishment, restaurant or vending machine commissary
22without a preinspection pre-licensing inspection. This section does not apply to a
23temporary restaurant or
when a permit license is transferred under s. 254.64 97.605
24(4) (d) or (e).
SB21,1548,8
1(2) Agents designated by the department under s. 254.69 97.615 (1) shall make
2preinspections pre-licensing inspections of vending machine commissaries as
3required under this subsection and shall be reimbursed for those services at the rate
4of 80% of the preinspection pre-licensing inspection fee designated in this
5subsection. Agents designated by the department under s. 254.69 97.615 (2) shall
6make preinspections pre-licensing inspections of hotels, restaurants and tourist
7rooming houses and establish and collect preinspection pre-licensing inspection fees
8under s. 254.69 97.615 (2) (d).
SB21,4082 9Section 4082. 254.66 of the statutes is renumbered 97.307 and amended to
10read:
SB21,1548,15 1197.307 Average annual surveys. The department or a local health
12department granted agent status under s. 254.69 (2) 97.41 shall annually make a
13number of inspections of restaurants in this state that shall equal the number of
14restaurants for which annual permits licenses are issued under s. 254.64 (1) (a)
1597.30.
SB21,4083 16Section 4083. 254.67 of the statutes is renumbered 97.61.
SB21,4084 17Section 4084. 254.68 of the statutes is renumbered 97.613 and amended to
18read:
SB21,1548,24 1997.613 Fees. Except as provided in s. 254.69 97.615 (2) (d) and (e), the
20department shall promulgate rules that establish, for permits licenses issued under
21s. 254.64, permit 97.605, license fees, preinspection pre-licensing inspection fees,
22reinspection fees, fees for operating without a permit license, late fees for untimely
23permit renewal, fees for comparable compliance or variance requests, and fees for
24pre-permit pre-license review of restaurant plans.
SB21,4085
1Section 4085. 254.69 of the statutes is renumbered 97.615, and 97.615 (2)
2(title), (am), (b), (c), (d), (dm), (e), (f), (g), (h) and (j) 1. and 2., as renumbered, are
3amended to read:
SB21,1550,24 97.615 (2) (title) Hotels, restaurants, tourist rooming houses, and other
5establishments.
(am) In the administration of this subchapter or s. 254.47 97.67,
6the department may enter into a written agreement with a local health department
7with a jurisdictional area that has a population greater than 5,000, which designates
8the local health department as the department's agent in issuing permits licenses to
9and making investigations or inspections of hotels, restaurants, temporary
10restaurants,
tourist rooming houses, bed and breakfast establishments,
11campgrounds and camping resorts, recreational and educational camps , and public
12swimming pools. In a jurisdictional area of a local health department without agent
13status, the department of health services may issue permits licenses, collect fees
14established by rule under s. 254.68 97.613 and make investigations or inspections
15of hotels, restaurants, temporary restaurants, tourist rooming houses, bed and
16breakfast establishments, campgrounds and camping resorts, recreational and
17educational camps, and public swimming pools. If the department designates a local
18health department as its agent, the department or local health department may
19require no permit license for the same operations other than the permit license
20issued by the local health department under this subsection. The department shall
21coordinate oversee the designation of agents under this subsection with the
22department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection
to ensure that, to the
23extent feasible, the same local health department is granted agent status under this
24subsection and under s. 97.41. Except as otherwise provided by the department, a
25local health department granted agent status shall regulate all types of

1establishments for which this subchapter permits the department of health services
2to delegate regulatory authority.
SB21,1550,93 (b) A local health department granted agent status under this subsection shall
4meet standards promulgated, by rule, by the department of health services. The
5department shall annually evaluate the licensing, investigation and inspection
6program of each local health department granted agent status. If, at any time, a local
7health department granted agent status fails to meet the standards, the department
8of health services agriculture, trade and consumer protection may revoke its agent
9status.
SB21,1550,1210 (c) The department shall provide education and training to agents designated
11under this subsection to ensure uniformity in the enforcement of this subchapter, s.
12254.47 97.67 and rules promulgated under this subchapter and s. 254.47 97.67.
SB21,1551,213 (d) Except as provided in par. (dm), a local health department granted agent
14status under this subsection shall establish and collect the permit license fee for each
15type of establishment specified in par. (am). The local health department may
16establish separate fees for preinspections pre-licensing inspections of new
17establishments, for preinspections pre-licensing inspections of existing
18establishments for which a person intends to be the new operator or for the issuance
19of duplicate permits licenses. No fee may exceed the local health department's
20reasonable costs of issuing permits licenses to, making investigations and
21inspections of, and providing education, training and technical assistance to the
22establishments, plus the state fee established under par. (e). A local health
23department granted agent status under this subsection or under s. 97.41 may issue
24a single permit license and establish and collect a single fee which authorizes the

1operation on the same premises of more than one type of establishment for which it
2is granted agent status under this subsection or under s. 97.41.
SB21,1551,63 (dm) A local health department granted agent status under this subsection
4may contract with the department of health services for the department of health
5services
to collect fees and issue permits licenses. The department shall collect from
6the local health department the actual and reasonable cost of providing the services.
SB21,1551,147 (e) The department shall establish state fees for its costs related to setting
8standards under this subchapter and s. 254.47 97.67 and monitoring and evaluating
9the activities of, and providing education and training to, agent local health
10departments. Agent local health departments shall include the state fees in the
11permit license fees established under par. (d), collect the state fees and reimburse the
12department for the state fees collected. For each type of establishment specified in
13par. (am)
, the state fee may not exceed 20% of the permit license fees charged under
14ss. 254.47 97.67 and 254.68 97.613.
SB21,1551,2115 (f) If, under this subsection, a local health department becomes an agent or its
16agent status is discontinued during a permittee's permit licensee's license year, the
17department of health services and the local health department shall divide any
18permit license fee paid by the permittee licensee for that permit license year
19according to the proportions of the permit license year occurring before and after the
20local health department's agent status is granted or discontinued. No additional fee
21may be required during the permit license year due to the change in agent status.
SB21,1552,222 (g) A village, city or county may adopt ordinances and a local board of health
23may adopt regulations regarding the permittees licensees and premises for which
24the local health department is the designated agent under this subsection, which are
25stricter than this subchapter, s. 254.47 97.67, or rules promulgated by the

1department of health services under this subchapter or s. 254.47 97.67. No such
2provision may conflict with this subchapter or with department rules.
SB21,1552,83 (h) This subsection does not limit the authority of the department to inspect
4hotels, tourist rooming houses, bed and breakfast establishments, or vending
5machine commissaries
in jurisdictional areas of local health departments where
6agent status is granted if it inspects in response to an emergency, for the purpose of
7monitoring and evaluating the local health department's licensing, inspection and
8enforcement program or at the request of the local health department.
SB21,1552,109 (j) 1. A permit license fee established by a local health department granted
10agent status exceeds the reasonable costs described under par. (d).
SB21,1552,1411 2. The person issuing, refusing to issue, suspending or revoking a permit
12license or making an investigation or inspection of the appellant has a financial
13interest in a regulated establishment specified in par. (am) which may interfere with
14his or her ability to properly take that action.
SB21,4086 15Section 4086. 254.70 of the statutes is renumbered 97.617 and amended to
16read:
SB21,1552,22 1797.617 Application; lodging and vending. (1) An applicant for a permit
18license under this subchapter shall complete the application prepared by the
19department or the local health department granted agent status under s. 254.69
2097.615 (2) and provide, in writing, any additional information the department of
21health services agriculture, trade and consumer protection or local health
22department issuing the permit license requires.
SB21,1553,7 23(2) Upon receipt of an application for a vending machine operator permit
24license, the department may cause an investigation to be made of the applicant's
25commissary, servicing and transport facilities, if any, and representative machines

1and machine locations. The operator shall maintain at his or her place of business
2within this state a list of all vending machines operated by him or her and their
3location. This information shall be kept current and shall be made available to the
4department upon request. The operator shall notify the department of any change
5in operations involving new types of vending machines or conversion of existing
6machines to dispense products other than those for which such machine was
7originally designed and constructed.
SB21,4087 8Section 4087. 254.71 of the statutes is renumbered 97.33, and 97.33 (2), (3),
9(5) and (6) (c), as renumbered, are amended to read:
SB21,1553,1210 97.33 (2) Except as provided in s. 250.041 93.135, the department may issue
11a certificate of food protection practices to an individual who satisfactorily completes
12an approved examination or who has achieved comparable compliance.
SB21,1553,15 13(3) Each certificate is valid for 5 years from the date of issuance and, except as
14provided in s. 250.041 93.135, may be renewed by the certificate holder if he or she
15satisfactorily completes an approved examination.
SB21,1553,18 16(5) The department shall conduct evaluations of the effect that the food
17protection practices certification program has on compliance by restaurants with
18requirements established under s. 254.74 (1) 97.30 (5).
SB21,1553,21 19(6) (c) Establishing procedures for issuance, except as provided in s. 250.041
2093.135, of certificates of food protection practices, including application submittal
21and review.
SB21,4088 22Section 4088. 254.715 of the statutes is renumbered 97.305.
SB21,4089 23Section 4089. 254.72 of the statutes is renumbered 97.62 and amended to
24read:
SB21,1554,5
197.62 Health and safety; standard. Every hotel, tourist rooming house, bed
2and breakfast establishment, restaurant, temporary restaurant, vending machine
3commissary and vending machine shall be operated and maintained with a strict
4regard to the public health and safety and in conformity with this subchapter and
5the rules and orders of the department.
SB21,4090 6Section 4090. 254.73 of the statutes is renumbered 97.623.
SB21,4091 7Section 4091. 254.74 of the statutes is renumbered 97.625, and 97.625 (1) (a),
8(am), (b), (d) and (e), (1p) (a) (intro.) and 2. and (b) and (2), as renumbered, are
9amended to read:
SB21,1554,1410 97.625 (1) (a) Administer and enforce this subchapter, the rules promulgated
11under this subchapter and any other rules or laws relating to the public health and
12safety in hotels, tourist rooming houses, bed and breakfast establishments,
13restaurants, vending machine commissaries, vending machines and vending
14machine locations.
SB21,1554,2315 (am) Promulgate rules, in consultation with the department of safety and
16professional services, under which the department of health services shall conduct
17regular inspections of sealed combustion units, as required under s. 101.149 (5) (c),
18for carbon monoxide emissions in hotels, tourist rooming houses, and bed and
19breakfast establishments. The rules shall specify conditions under which it may
20issue orders as specified under s. 101.149 (8) (a). The rules may not require the
21department of health services to inspect sealed combustion units during the period
22in which the sealed combustion units are covered by a manufacturer's warranty
23against defects.
SB21,1555,3
1(b) Require hotels, tourist rooming houses, restaurants, vending machine
2operators and vending machine commissaries to file reports and information the
3department deems necessary.
SB21,1555,134 (d) Prescribe rules and fix standards, including rules covering the general
5sanitation and cleanliness of premises regulated under this subchapter, the proper
6handling and storing of food on such premises, the construction and sanitary
7condition of the premises and equipment to be used and the location and servicing
8of equipment. The rules relating to the public health and safety in bed and breakfast
9establishments may not be stricter than is reasonable for the operation of a bed and
10breakfast establishment, shall be less stringent than rules relating to other
11establishments hotels, tourist rooming houses, and vending machine commissaries
12regulated by this subchapter and may not require 2nd exits for a bed and breakfast
13establishment on a floor above the first level.
SB21,1555,2114 (e) Hold a hearing under ch. 227 if, in lieu of proceeding under ch. 68, any
15interested person in the jurisdictional area of a local health department not granted
16agent status under s. 254.69 97.615 appeals to the department of health services
17alleging that a permit license fee for a hotel, restaurant, temporary restaurant,
18tourist rooming house, campground, camping resort, recreational or educational
19camp or public swimming pool exceeds the permit license issuer's reasonable costs
20of issuing permits licenses to, making investigations and inspections of, and
21providing education, training and technical assistance to the establishment.
SB21,1556,2 22(1p) (a) The department may grant the holder of a permit license for a bed and
23breakfast establishment a waiver from the requirement specified under s. 254.61 (1)
24(b)
97.01 (1g) (b) to allow the holder of a permit license for a bed and breakfast

1establishment to serve breakfast to other tourists or transients if all of the following
2conditions are met:
SB21,1556,53 2. The other tourists or transients are provided sleeping accommodations in a
4tourist rooming house for which the permit license holder for the bed and breakfast
5establishment is the permit license holder.
SB21,1556,86 (b) A waiver granted under par. (a) is valid for the period of validity of a permit
7license that is issued for the bed and breakfast establishment under s. 254.64 97.605
8(1) (b).
SB21,1556,11 9(2) A local health department designated as an agent under s. 254.69 (2) 97.615
10(2)
may exercise the powers specified in sub. (1) (a) to (d), consistent with s. 254.69
1197.615 (2) (g).
SB21,4092 12Section 4092. 254.76 of the statutes is renumbered 97.627.
SB21,4093 13Section 4093. 254.78 of the statutes is renumbered 254.04 and amended to
14read:
SB21,1556,18 15254.04 Authority of department of safety and professional services.
16Nothing in this chapter shall affect affects the authority of the department of safety
17and professional services relative to places of employment, elevators, boilers, fire
18escapes, fire protection, or the construction of public buildings.
SB21,4094 19Section 4094. 254.79 of the statutes is renumbered 254.05.
SB21,4095 20Section 4095. 254.80 of the statutes is renumbered 97.633.
SB21,4096 21Section 4096. 254.81 of the statutes is renumbered 97.634.
SB21,4097 22Section 4097. 254.82 of the statutes is renumbered 97.635.
SB21,4098 23Section 4098. 254.83 of the statutes is renumbered 97.638.
SB21,4099 24Section 4099. 254.84 (title), (1), (2), (3) and (4) of the statutes are renumbered
2597.639 (title), (1), (2), (3) and (4).
SB21,4100
1Section 4100. 254.84 (5) of the statutes is renumbered 97.639 (5) and amended
2to read:
SB21,1557,73 97.639 (5) Construction. Nothing in this section may be construed to require
4establishments motels, motor courts, tourist cabins, or like accommodations to have
5outdoor or outside signs. This section shall be liberally construed so as to prevent
6untrue, misleading, false, or fraudulent representations relating to rates placed on
7outdoor or outside signs of the establishments.
SB21,4101 8Section 4101. 254.84 (6) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21,4102 9Section 4102. 254.85 of the statutes is renumbered 97.65, and 97.65 (1), (2),
10(3) and (4), as renumbered, are amended to read:
SB21,1557,20 1197.65 Enforcement. (1) The department may enter, at reasonable hours, any
12premises for which a permit license is required under this subchapter or s. 254.47
1397.67 to inspect the premises, secure samples or specimens, examine and copy
14relevant documents and records or obtain photographic or other evidence needed to
15enforce this subchapter or s. 254.47 97.67. If samples of food are taken, the
16department shall pay or offer to pay the market value of the samples taken. The
17department shall examine the samples and specimens secured and shall conduct
18other inspections and examinations needed to determine whether there is a violation
19of this subchapter, s. 254.47 97.67 or rules promulgated by the department under this
20subchapter or s. 254.47 97.67.
SB21,1558,11 21(2) (a) Whenever, as a result of an examination, the department has reasonable
22cause to believe that any examined food constitutes, or that any construction,
23sanitary condition, operation or method of operation of the premises or equipment
24used on the premises creates, an immediate danger to health, the administrator of
25the division of the department responsible for public health may issue a temporary

1order and cause it to be delivered to the permittee licensee, or to the owner or
2custodian of the food, or to both. The order may prohibit the sale or movement of the
3food for any purpose, prohibit the continued operation or method of operation of
4specific equipment, require the premises to cease other operations or methods of
5operation which create the immediate danger to health, or set forth any combination
6of these requirements. The administrator may order the cessation of all operations
7authorized by the permit license only if a more limited order does not remove the
8immediate danger to health. Except as provided in par. (c), no temporary order is
9effective for longer than 14 days from the time of its delivery, but a temporary order
10may be reissued for one additional 14-day period, if necessary to complete the
11analysis or examination of samples, specimens or other evidence.
SB21,1558,2112 (b) No food described in a temporary order issued and delivered under par. (a)
13may be sold or moved and no operation or method of operation prohibited by the
14temporary order may be resumed without the approval of the department, until the
15order has terminated or the time period specified in par. (a) has run out, whichever
16occurs first. If the department, upon completed analysis and examination,
17determines that the food, construction, sanitary condition, operation or method of
18operation of the premises or equipment does not constitute an immediate danger to
19health, the permittee licensee, owner, or custodian of the food or premises shall be
20promptly notified in writing and the temporary order shall terminate upon his or her
21receipt of the written notice.
SB21,1559,422 (c) If the analysis or examination shows that the food, construction, sanitary
23condition, operation or method of operation of the premises or equipment constitutes
24an immediate danger to health, the permittee licensee, owner, or custodian shall be
25notified within the effective period of the temporary order issued under par. (a).

1Upon receipt of the notice, the temporary order remains in effect until a final decision
2is issued under sub. (3), and no food described in the temporary order may be sold
3or moved and no operation or method of operation prohibited by the order may be
4resumed without the approval of the department.
SB21,1559,18 5(3) A notice issued under sub. (2) (c) shall be accompanied by a statement which
6informs the permittee licensee, owner, or custodian that he or she has a right to
7request a hearing in writing within 15 days after issuance of the notice. The
8department shall hold a hearing no later than 15 days after the department receives
9the written request for a hearing, unless both parties agree to a later date. A final
10decision shall be issued under s. 227.47 within 10 days of the conclusion of the
11hearing. The decision may order the destruction of food, the diversion of food to uses
12which do not pose a danger to health, the modification of food so that it does not create
13a danger to health, changes to or replacement of equipment or construction, other
14changes in or cessations of any operation or method of operation of the equipment
15or premises, or any combination of these actions necessary to remove the danger to
16health. The decision may order the cessation of all operations authorized by the
17permit license only if a more limited order will not remove the immediate danger to
18health.
SB21,1559,24 19(4) A proceeding under this section, or the issuance of a permit license for the
20premises after notification of procedures under this section, does not constitute a
21waiver by the department of its authority to rely on a violation of this subchapter,
22s. 254.47 97.67, or any rule promulgated under this subchapter or s. 254.47 97.67 as
23the basis for any subsequent suspension or revocation of the permit license or any
24other enforcement action arising out of the violation.
SB21,4103
1Section 4103. 254.86 of the statutes is renumbered 97.71 and amended to
2read:
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