.010   Initiation. The process to terminate any permit that is no longer in use may be initiated by the property owner, or by the Planning Commission on its own initiative or at the request of city staff.
   .020   Termination Initiated by Property Owner.
      .0201   Request. The property owner may initiate the termination of a permit that is no longer in use by submitting a request in writing to the Planning Department.
      .0202   Planning Director Action. The Planning Director, or designee, shall prepare and mail to the property owner a formal written notice of the action approving or denying the request within ten (10) days after the receipt of a request in writing.
   .030   Terminations Initiated by Planning Commission or City Staff.
      .0301   Notification. If the process to terminate any petition that is no longer in use is initiated by the Planning Commission or at the request of city staff, the property owner and the permittee if different from the property owner, shall be notified personally or through the U.S. Postal Service at least ten (10) days prior to any action being taken. If the property owner protests the termination or fails to reply prior to action being taken, the proposed action shall be considered a revocation and shall be processed pursuant to Section 18.60.200 (Revocation or Modification of Permits); provided, however, that a permittee who does not continue to legally occupy the property shall not have the authority to affect the termination.
      .0302   Planning Commission Action. The action to terminate shall be placed on the agenda of a regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting. (Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004: Ord. 5998 § 51; October 25, 2005: Ord. 6169 § 5; April 27, 2010.)