Single-event temporary restaurants
(1) A person may not operate a single-event temporary restaurant without first procuring a license to do so from the Oregon Health Authority. The single-event temporary restaurant license shall be posted in a conspicuous place on the premises of the licensee.
(2) Application for a single-event temporary restaurant license shall be in writing in the form prescribed by the authority and shall contain the name and address of the applicant, the specific location of the single-event temporary restaurant and any other information the authority may require.
(3) All single-event temporary restaurant licenses shall terminate 30 days after issuance unless within the 30 days the single-event temporary restaurant is discontinued or is moved from the specific location for which the license was issued. If within 30 days after issuance the single-event temporary restaurant is discontinued or moved from the specific location for which the license was issued, the license shall terminate upon the discontinuance or the removal.
(4) Except as provided in ORS 624.106 (Issuance of single-event temporary restaurant license to benevolent organization), every applicant for a single-event temporary restaurant license or renewal of a single-event temporary restaurant license shall pay to the authority the appropriate license fee under ORS 624.490 (License fees).
(5) The Director of the Oregon Health Authority may suspend, deny or revoke any single-event temporary restaurant license if it appears, after a reasonable time has been given for correction of a sanitation violation, that the applicant does not meet applicable minimum sanitation standards as outlined in ORS 624.010 (Definitions for ORS 624.010 to 624.121) to 624.121 (State Food Service Advisory Committee) or any rule adopted thereunder. Any suspension, denial or revocation action shall be taken in accordance with ORS chapter 183. [Formerly 624.025; 2009 c.595 §1010; 2011 c.664 §8]
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