This policy provides a one hundred (100) percent subsidy to cover the food permit costs for school districts that fully meet or exceed specified nutrition standards.
This policy encourages schools to make healthy meals available for students (children and youth).
See references to "establishing a school health advisory committee" and "serving only healthy food and beverages." §24.18.020(2)(ii).
Although the policy really is not appropriating funds or requiring the County to spend money, the ordinance says that the County will provide a subsidy "through general funds to be paid to Clark County public health." § 24.18.020
This policy is located in Clark County, Washington Code, Title 24 - Public Health, Chapter 24.18 - Public Health Fees, Miscellaneous, Section 24.18.020 - Food Permit Fee Subsidies. History: Sec. 3 of Ord. 2008-12-01.
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