If upon the receipt of an application to renew a permit the Health Authority, after review of the records or inspection of the facility, determines that the facility has failed to correct serious or repeated violations of this Code, the permit will not be issued and the Health Authority shall notify the applicant immediately thereof. Such notice shall state the reasons for not renewing the permit. The applicant will be given a specific time period to correct the violations by the Health Authority. An inspection of the establishment shall be conducted after the given time period. If the violations have been corrected, the Health Authority will then issue the permit. If the violations have not been corrected, the permit will not be issued and a notice for a hearing shall be issued. Such notice shall state that an opportunity for a hearing shall be provided for the applicant upon their written request. The hearing will be held at a time and place designated by the Health Authority. Such hearing shall be scheduled not later than ten (10) working days from the date requested is received. The notice referred to in this paragraph shall be delivered to the applicant in person by the Health Authority or may be sent registered mail, return receipt requested. A permit which has expired shall be removed from the establishment and returned to the Health Authority.