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§ 6-5-2-29 APPEALS.
   (A)   The Mayor shall be responsible for the enforcement of this article. The Mayor may prescribe policies, rules, or regulations to carry out the intent and purpose of this article.
   (B)   Appeal of § 6-5-2-28(E). Any applicant may appeal suspensions or fee assessments to the City Hearing Officer by filing an appeal within seven calendar days of receiving a notice of suspension. Such request shall be made in writing and filed in the Office of the City Clerk. The appeal shall identify the applicant and state the grounds of appeal, together with all material facts in support thereof. A filing fee as established by regulation shall be paid to the Clerk. In the event the appeal is upheld, the filing fee shall be refunded. When a hearing is requested, the Hearing Officer shall send written notice by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the appellant of the time and place of the hearing. At the hearing, the appellant shall have the right to present evidence as to the alleged facts upon which the Mayor based the termination of the propriety of the suspension and any other facts that may aid the Hearing Officer in determining whether this article has been violated. The Hearing Officer shall, within seven working days following the hearing, issue a written decision specifying whether the suspension is upheld.
   (C)   Judicial Review. The exclusive remedy for parties dissatisfied with the action of the City Hearing Officer shall be the filing of a petition for a writ of certiorari with the State District Court. The petition for review shall be limited to the record made at the administrative hearing held pursuant to this article.
(Ord. 13-2005)