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Pursuant to the requirements, limitations, and procedures set forth in this section, the city council or the planning commission may allow the owner of a designated historic property to purchase in lieu parking to serve a site area in excess of sixteen thousand (16,000) square feet of space, and may waive, in whole or in part, the fees required by section 10-3-3310 of this chapter.
A. Required Uses: The city council or planning commission may only take action pursuant to this subsection if the historic property on the site area is the subject of an adaptive reuse.
B. Findings Required: The city council or planning commission shall not take action pursuant to this section unless the city council or planning commission finds that the proposed use will not unreasonably deplete parking resources in the in lieu parking district.
C. Reviewing Body: The city council shall review an application filed pursuant to this subsection unless that application accompanies an application that otherwise requires review by the planning commission. If the application filed pursuant to this subsection accompanies an application that otherwise requires review by the planning commission, then the planning commission shall be the reviewing body for the application filed pursuant to this section.
D. Procedure: An application filed pursuant to this section shall be submitted in writing to the director. Upon receipt of such application, a hearing regarding the application shall be scheduled before the city council or the planning commission, as provided in subsection C of this section. Notice of the hearing shall be mailed to the applicant at least ten (10) days prior to such hearing. (Ord. 15-O-2682, eff. 11-19-2015)