Chapter 8.24


8.24.010    City responsibility.

8.24.020    Enforcement.

8.24.030    Permits and fees.

*    For statutory provisions authorizing cities to assume responsibility for the enforcement of the Employee Housing Act, see Labor Code §2640.

8.24.010 City responsibility.

Pursuant to the authority granted by state law, the city assumes responsibility for the enforcement of Part 1, commencing with Section 17000, of Division 13 of the Health and Safety Code, known as the Employee Housing Act, and the regulations adopted thereunder by the commission of housing and community development. (Ord. 285 §1, 1984: Ord. 123 §1, 1972).

8.24.020 Enforcement.

The Monterey County director of public health and the authorized employees of his department shall administer and enforce the ordinance codified in this chapter and the state law and regulations specified in Section 8.24.010 of this chapter, except that the building inspector of the city shall administer and enforce all laws, regulations and ordinances applicable to the construction of labor camps. (Ord. 123 §2, 1972).

8.24.030 Permits and fees:

Every person operating a labor camp shall obtain a permit to operate such labor camp from the county director of health services, which shall be valid from the date of issuance through December 31st of the year of issuance. A fee for the issuance of such permit and for health inspection services shall be paid to the county director of health services at the time of issuance. The amount of the fee shall be established, and from time to time may be amended, by resolution of the city council. (Ord. 285 §2, 1984: Ord. 123 §3, 1972).