§ 29.26.

FEES

a.

The application fee for a massage establishment, as provided in Section 29.11, shall be $658. The annual license fee for a massage establishment, as provided in Section 29.20, shall be $1,173. The Fee shall be due annually on March 31 of each year, pursuant to Section 76.1, Article 2 of the San Francisco Business and Tax Regulations Code.*

b.

The application fee for a solo practitioner massage establishment, as provided in Section 29.11, shall be $480. The annual license fee for a solo practitioner massage establishment, and for massage establishments shere all practitioners are certified by the CAMTC, as provided in Section 29.20, shall be $579. The Fee shall be due annually on March 31 of each year, pursuant to Section 76.1, Article 2 of the San Francisco Business and Tax Regulations Code.*

c.

The application fee for an outcall massage services permit, as provided in Section 29.11, shall be $480. The annual license fee for an outcall massage service, as provided in Section 29.20, shall be $579. The Fee shall be due annually on March 31 of each year, pursuant to Section 76.1, Article 2 of the San Francisco Business and Tax Regulations Code.*

d.

An advanced massage practitioner holding a solo practitioner massage establishment permit shall not be required to pay any additional permit or annual license fee for an outcall massage service permit.

e.

Beginning with fiscal year 2008-2009, fees set forth in this Article may be adjusted each year, without further action by the Board of Supervisors, asset forth in this Section.

Not later than April 1, the Director shall report to the Controller the revenues generated by the fees for the prior fiscal year and the prior fiscal year’s costs of operation, as well as any other information that the Controller determines appropriate to the performance of the duties set forth in this Section.

Not later than May 15, the Controller shall determine whether the current fees have produced or are projected to produce revenues sufficient to support the costs of providing the services for which the fees are assessed and that the fees will not produce revenue which is significantly more than the costs of providing the services for which the fees are assessed.

The Controller shall, if necessary, adjust the fees upward or downward for the upcoming fiscal year as appropriate to ensure that the program recovers the costs of operation without producing revenue which is significantly more than such costs. The adjusted rates shall become operative on July 1.

History

(Added as Sec. 1927 by Ord. 269-03, File No. 030995, App. 12/5/2003; amended by Ord. 149-08, File No. 080744, App. 7/30/2008; Ord. 238-11, File No. 111101, App. 12/15/2011; Eff. 1/14/2012; redesignated and amended by Ord. 262-13, File No. 130400, App. 11/27/2013, Eff. 12/27/2013)

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