(A)   A conditional use permit authorized by the Board of Adjustments shall be personal to the applicant and, therefore, shall not be transferable.
   (B)   Whenever a conditional use is authorized, it shall be a type of use specifically enumerated as permitted for the district in which the property is located.
   (C)   Whenever a conditional use permit has not been exercised within the time limit set by the Board, or within one year if no specific time lime has been set, such conditional use permit shall not revert to its original designation unless there has been a public hearing. Exercised, as set forth in this section, shall mean that binding contracts for the construction of the main building or other improvements have been let; or in the absence of contracts, that the main building or other improvements is under construction to a substantial degree. When construction is not part of the use, exercised shall mean that the use is in operation in compliance with the conditions as set forth in the permit.
   (D)   Each conditional use permit issued by the Board shall be recorded at the applicant’s expense in the office of the City Clerk-Treasurer and shall be accompanied by the following:
      (1)   A statement of the factual determination by the Board which justifies issuance of the permit; and
      (2)   A statement of specific conditions which must be met in order for the permit to be issued.
(Prior Code, § 153.78)  (Ord. 920.2, passed 10-30-1980; Ord. 2021-153, passed - -)