CHAPTER 12A. HISTORICAL LANDMARKS AND DISTRICTS.*
Article IV. Permit System.
Sec. 12A-4-9. Appeal.
Any person dissatisfied with any action of the historical preservation
commission on a request for building or demolition permit may appeal the
decision to the city council, at any time within ten days after the rendition of
the decision by the historical preservation commission (unless additional time
is granted by the commission). The appeal is taken by filing a notice of appeal
with the secretary. Upon filing of the notice of appeal and payment of a filing
fee, the secretary must, within ten days, transmit to the city clerk all
exhibits, notices, affidavits, orders and other papers and documents on file,
together with the finding of the historical preservation commission.
city council shall hold a hearing upon said appeal after giving written notice
to applicant and by causing a notice thereof to be published at least once in a
newspaper of general circulation within the city at least ten days prior to said
hearing by the city council.
(2) No official action, such as the issuance of
a building permit, license or other type of permit, shall be taken while an
appeal or proceedings for designation are pending. (Ord. No. 1004, § 2;
Ord. No. 1310 § 4 (part).)