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A. When Required: For any development that is the subject of a design review application, the Zoning Administrator shall cause an inspection of the development to be performed to verify that the development has been completed in accordance with the specifications set forth in this title.
B. Certification Of Completion:
1. a. Upon the completion of a building, or any other improvement subject to design review approval, the licensed architect responsible for the plan shall prepare and file with the City a written certification of completion. The certification of completion shall state that the construction of the building is in substantial compliance with the City approved architectural plan. This certification shall be submitted prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy and is required as a part of, and not in lieu of, the inspections performed and certificates issued by the City.
b. In the event that deficiencies are present in the construction of the building, or any other improvement subject to design review approval, the licensed architect shall prepare and file with the City a report noting the deficiencies in the construction. The City will not accept a certification of completion, or issue a certificate of occupancy, until the licensed architect has verified that the deficiencies have been corrected.
c. The licensed architect may, at his discretion, appoint an authorized designee to certify the project provided that the designee is a licensed architect.
C. Certificate Of Occupancy: The building inspector shall not issue a final certificate of occupancy to the applicant until all of the requirements of the design review applications, as approved by the Design Review Board, have been complied with. (Ord. 618, 2-17-2009)