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.