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cocadmin
Description
All restaurants and food stores selling perishable items are required to apply for a Retail Food License (RFL). This metric tracks the average number of days the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) takes to issue RFLs. The target response time for processing is within 15 days.
Category
Administration & Finance
Tags
performance metrics, service delivery, business, licenses
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Data Provided By
City of Chicago
Source Link
http://www.cityofchicago.org/performance
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Field Names:

LICENCE CODE
licence_code
LICENSE DESCRIPTION
license_description
YEAR
year
WEEK
week
AVERAGE DAYS TO ISSUE LICENSE
average_days_to_issue_license
MEDIAN DAYS TO ISSUE LICENSE
median_days_to_issue_license
TOTAL LICENSES ISSUED
total_licenses_issued

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