(A)   The chairperson of the Planning and Zoning Commission shall automatically be designated as the administrative official and be charged with and provided the authority to enforce the orders, ordinances, and regulations of the Commission.
   (B)   The duties and powers of the administrative official include the authority to:
      (1)   Propose and recommend to the Commission the enactment of amendments to this chapter for the purpose of improving administration and enforcement;
      (2)   Propose and recommend to the Commission the enactment of amendments to the official map as necessary by judicial or administrative proceedings or as deemed desirable because of changing conditions;
      (3)   Review all applications and, upon compliance with this chapter, approve and refer applications to the City Clerk-Treasurer for issuance of building permits;
      (4)   Receive all applications for amendments to this chapter in the official map, refers such applications to the appropriate agencies for examination, and submit all applications with recommendations to the Commission;
      (5)   Administrator of rules and regulations established by the Commission;
      (6)   Maintain a map or maps showing the current zoning of all land within the jurisdiction of the Commission;
      (7)   Maintain a current register of all the nonconforming uses, variances, and conditional use permits;
      (8)   Record with the City Clerk-Treasurer all matters required to be recorded by the Commission;
      (9)   Maintain written records of all actions taken by the Commission under this chapter; and
      (10)   Prepare an annual financial report for the submission to the Commission and Mayor.
(Prior Code, § 153.75)  (Ord. 920.2, passed 10-30-1980; Ord. 2021-153, passed - -)