§ 156.133  ACTION ON PERMITS AND CERTIFICATES OF USE AND OCCUPANCY.
   (A)   Action on application. The Zoning Officer shall act on all applications for a permit within ten business days after the completed application is filed. If the requirements of the zoning ordinance and other applicable ordinances are satisfied, a permit shall be issued.
   (B)   Posting a permit. The permit issued by the Zoning Officer shall be posted at the work site until the permit expires or the certificate of use and occupancy is delivered.
   (C)   Revoking a permit. The Zoning Officer may revoke an issued permit if it is determined that any false statement or misrepresentation of fact was in the application for the permit.
   (D)   Action upon completion.
      (1)   Upon completion of the permitted work and prior to use and occupancy, the holder of the permit shall notify the Zoning Officer of such completion. Within ten business days after receiving notice of completion, the Zoning Officer shall conduct a final inspection of all permitted structures and/or land. All violations of the permit and plans shall be recorded and presented in writing to the holder of the permit within 15 business days of receipt of notification of completion of work.
      (2)   If the Zoning Officer has determined that the completed work conforms with the issued permit and complies with the zoning ordinance and other applicable ordinances, he or she shall issue a certificate of use and occupancy for the use indicated in the permit within 15 business days of notification of completion of work.
(Ord. 1347, passed 3-18-1991)