§ 156.159  DUTIES OF ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, COURTS AND TOWN COUNCIL AS TO MATTERS OF APPEAL.
   It is the intention of this chapter that all questions arising in connection with the enforcement of this chapter shall be presented first to the Zoning Administrator and that those questions shall be presented to the Board of Adjustment only on appeal from the Zoning Administrator; and that from the decision of the Board of Adjustment, recourse shall be had to courts as provided by law. It is further the intention of this chapter that the duties of the Town Council in connection with this chapter shall not include the hearing and passing upon disputed questions that may arise in connection with the enforcement thereof but that the procedure for determining those questions shall be as set out in this chapter, and that the duties of the Town Council in connection with this chapter shall be only the duty of considering and passing upon any proposed amendment or approving any special use permit as provided by this chapter.
(Ord. 04-21, passed 10-6-2004, § 57; Am. Ord. 16-07, passed 11-2-2016; Am. Ord. 21-01, passed 6-2-2021)