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Notwithstanding any other requirements of this article, a request for a reasonable accommodation shall be made on a form supplied by the community development department and shall include the following information:
A. The applicant's or representative's name, mailing address, and daytime phone number;
B. The address of the property for which the request is being made;
C. The specific code section, regulation, procedure, or policy of the city from which relief is sought;
D. A site plan or illustrative drawing showing the proposed accommodation, if applicable;
E. An explanation of why the specified code section, regulation, procedure, or policy is denying, or will deny a disabled person equal opportunity to use and enjoy the dwelling;
F. The basis for the claim that the fair housing laws apply to the applicant and evidence satisfactory to the city supporting the claim, which may include a letter from a medical doctor or other licensed healthcare professional, a disabled license, or any other appropriate evidence;
G. A detailed explanation of why the accommodation is reasonable and necessary to afford the disabled person an equal opportunity to use and enjoy the dwelling; and
H. Any other information required to make the findings required by section 10-3-3674 of this chapter, consistent with the fair housing laws.
I. A reasonable accommodation does not affect or negate an individual's obligation to comply with other applicable regulations that are not the subject of the requested accommodation.
J. No application fee shall be required to process an application for a request for a reasonable accommodation pursuant to this article. However, application fees shall be required for any concurrent development application and any other permits that may be required to construct or otherwise implement the reasonable accommodation.
K. While a request for a reasonable accommodation is pending, all laws and regulations otherwise applicable to the property that is the subject of the request shall remain in full force and effect. (Ord. 12-O-2634, eff. 1-4-2013)