Board Bill Number 207 Votes | Session 2020-2021

New City Food Code

Board Bill

The purpose of this board bill is to repeal Ordinance 68597, which contains most of the sections of the existing Food Code for the City (from the 2009 Edition of the National Food Code published by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Food and Drug Administration), and adopt as the new Food Code for the City the terms of the most recent 2017 Edition of the National Food Code published by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Food and Drug Administration, with local revisions and amendments. The board bill also repeals Ordinance 71106 and adopts the social justice/equity aspects of the revised Temporary Food Service provisions as part of a comprehensive Food Code. Finally, the board bill proposes an updated fee structure to more closely cover costs of the City food control program, to go into effect July 1, 2022.

View Board Bill 207 details

02/05/2021 Final Passage Vote Results

Noes (0)

No "no" votes recorded

Did Not Vote (1)

Ward Alderman
2 Lisa Middlebrook

Abstain (0)

No aldermen abstained from vote

Present (1)

Ward Alderman
1 Sharon Tyus

Absent (1)

Ward Alderman
21 John Collins-Muhammad

Vacant Seat (0)

No vacant seat

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