The duties and responsibilities of the Floodplain Administrator shall include but are not limited to:
   (a)   Evaluate applications, which are received and forwarded by the Building Department, for permits to develop in special flood hazard areas.
   (b)   Interpret floodplain boundaries and provide flood hazard and flood protection elevation information.
   (c)   Issue permits to develop in special flood hazard areas when the provisions of these regulations have been met, or refuse to issue the same in the event of noncompliance.
   (d)   Inspect buildings, in conjunction with the Building Department, and lands to determine whether any violations of these regulations have been committed.
   (e)   Make and permanently keep all records for public inspection necessary for the administration of these regulations including flood insurance rate maps, letters of map amendment and revision, records of issuance and denial of permits to develop in special flood hazard areas, determinations of whether development is in or out of special flood hazard areas for the purpose of issuing floodplain development permits, elevation certificates, variances, and records of enforcement actions taken for violations of these regulations.
   (f)   Enforce the provisions of these regulations.
   (g)   Provide information, testimony, or other evidence as needed during variance hearings.
   (h)   Coordinate map maintenance activities and FEMA follow-up.
   (i)   Conduct substantial damage determinations to determine whether existing structures, damaged from any source and in special flood hazard areas identified by FEMA, must meet the development standards of these regulations.
(Ord. 2008-90.  Passed 7-7-08.)