(A)   Decisions by the Historic Preservation Commission may be appealed to the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) within ten days of receipt of the Commission's decision. No permit or other permit required for the activity applied for shall be issued during the ten-day period or while an appeal is pending.
   (B)   The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) shall consider an appeal at a hearing, as provided for in § 150.102, within 60 days of receipt and shall utilize the written findings of the Commission and testimony of the owner in rendering a decision. An affirmative vote of the BZA shall be required to overturn a decision of the Commission. An application, prepared in accordance with BZA procedures, is required, along with the fee as provided in § 35.70. The BZA shall limit its consideration to questions of:
      (1)   Whether the Commission adequately considered hardship issues in making its decision; and
      (2)   Whether the Commission adequately followed the standards and rules set forth in this chapter in making its decision.
(Ord. 8878, passed 3-15-2021; Am. Ord. 9101, passed 6-12-2023)