1152.05  REVIEW OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION.
   (a)   Before making a decision as to whether to approve, disapprove or approve with conditions a conditional use permit application, the Planning Commission shall:
      (1)   Refer to any applicable entity as established for review and approval of specific uses in specific districts and await its recommendations which shall be formulated no later than the regular meeting following that at which the application was first received by the reviewing board, and which shall be forwarded promptly to the Planning Commission.
      (2)   Schedule, advertise and duly hold a public hearing for any conditional use proposed.  Notification of the hearing shall be placed in a newspaper of general circulation at least ten days before the date of the hearing.  Notification of the hearing shall also be mailed by the Building Commissioner at least ten days before the arranged date to all owners, as they appear in the records then maintained in the office of the Building Commissioner (being copies of County tax records), of abutting and adjacent land of the proposed site.  All such advertising and notification costs shall be borne by the property owner requesting such conditional use.  The actual costs for postage and processing such notice shall be charged to and reimbursed by the person or corporation who or which submitted the application for the conditional use.  The actual costs shall be reimbursed to the City prior to the public hearing.  If any property owner fails to receive this notice as provided herein, such failure shall in no way invalidate any actions, proceedings or determinations by the City as provided for in this chapter.
         (2004 Code)
   (b)   Upon hearing any necessary and required recommendations, after holding  any necessary public hearing and in any event within sixty days after the receipt of the required approvals, the Planning Commission shall instruct the Building Commissioner of its final decision.  The Planning Commission may grant two extensions of up to thirty days each upon which it has to act on the application, provided the applicant has requested an extension in writing to the Planning Commission.
   (c)   The Planning Commission, in recommending approval for a conditional use shall set forth any specific terms or conditions deemed necessary to ensure compliance with the intent and standards of this Zoning Code.
(2004 Code)