§ 150.07  BUILDING OR STRUCTURE LOCATED ON PROPERTY ADJACENT TO NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PROPERTY.
   (A)   No building or structure which is located upon property which is adjacent to National Park Service property shall be located nearer than 15 feet to the Park Service boundary.
   (B)   Prior to issuance of a building permit for structure(s) located upon property adjacent to National Park Service property, National Park Service personnel, upon notification by the County Ordinance Administrator, shall determine the property line and shall establish the required 15 feet setback within 15 days of the application for a building permit. The County Department of Inspections shall notify the County Ordinance Administrator of any permits applied for concerning the construction of structures on property adjacent to National Park Service property.
   (C)   Appeals may be taken from a decision under this chapter by the County Ordinance Administrator to the Board of Commissioners by giving written notice of appeal to the Administrator and to the Clerk to the Board of Commissioners within ten days following the day a permit is denied. The appeal shall contain the grounds thereof.
   (D)   On hearing an appeal, the County Board of Commissioners may overrule the decision of the County Ordinance Administrator where it finds the Administrator has incorrectly interpreted and applied this chapter. In addition, the Board may grant exceptions to this chapter in situations where it finds a hardship exists.
(Ord. passed 4-17-91)  Penalty, see § 150.99