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SEC. 27-51.   APPEAL FROM CHIEF OF POLICE'S DETERMINATION.
   (a)   The chief's determinations under Sections 27-49 and 27-50 of this chapter, as amended, are final unless the owner files a written appeal to the permit and license appeal board.  The appeal must be filed with the city secretary not later than 10 calendar days after the date the owner receives notice of the chief's final determination.  A person who does not attend the accord meeting is not entitled to an appeal under this section for one year after the accord meeting date in the notice.  Only the owner is entitled to an appeal under this article.
   (b)   If a written request for an appeal hearing is filed under Subsection (a) with the city secretary within the 10-day limit, the permit and license appeal board shall hear the appeal.  The city secretary shall set a date for the hearing not later than 30 days after the date the appeal is filed.
   (c)   In deciding the appeal, the permit and license appeal board is limited to the issues of whether the presumptions in Section 27-48 of this chapter, as amended, are satisfied. 
   (d)   To the extent of a conflict between this article and Article IX, Chapter 2, of this code, this article controls.  (Ord. 30714)