Village of Hempstead, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Hempstead 2-17-1981 by L.L. No. 4-1981.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
General licensing provisions — See Ch. 86.
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Editor's Note: Food establishment provisions were adopted as Art. III of L.L. No. 4-1981, which law relates as well to Ch. 48, Boardinghouses and Rooming Houses; Ch. 71, Garage Sales; Ch. 82, Junk Dealers; Ch. 86, Licensing and Business Regulations; Ch. 92, Parking Field Businesses; Ch. 97, Peddlers and Solicitors; Ch. 109, Secondhand Dealers; and Ch. 124, Theaters.
In addition to the trades, businesses and occupations required to be licensed by other provisions of this Code, restaurants, hotels, eating places, ice cream parlors, butcher shops, grocery stores, delicatessens, vegetable and produce stores, supermarkets and any other store or business selling food or beverages shall be licensed as provided in Chapter 86, Article I, subject also to the remaining provisions of this chapter.
Upon receipt of an application for a license for a use described in § 68-1 above, the Village Clerk shall refer same to the Nassau County Department of Health for investigation and report as to the sanitary and any other conditions customarily investigated by such Department.
No license pursuant to this chapter shall be issued unless the Nassau County Department of Health has certified in writing that the premises for which a license is sought are maintained in sanitary condition. Thereafter, the license may be issued upon compliance with each of the other applicable requirements of this chapter.
The Mayor of the Village is hereby authorized to suspend any license granted pursuant to this chapter, in accordance with the procedures described in § 86-10 et seq. as to suspension and revocation, should an appropriate municipal agency report that it has inspected said premises and found the same to be in an unsanitary condition or that the certificate of approval or permit issued by the Nassau County Department of Health has been suspended or revoked or is not displayed openly in the building where the business is conducted.