(A)   Any person directly affected by the decision of the Permit Officer, including the Secretary of the Department of Natural and Economic Resources, may within 20 days after notice of the Permit Officer's final disposition request a hearing or a variance before the Coastal Resources Commission. The hearing before the Commission shall be a quasi-judicial hearing conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Coastal Area Management Act, any applicable rules and regulations adopted by the Commission, and any other state laws applicable to such procedures.
   (B)   Upon receiving notice from the Commission of such an appeal, the Permit Officer shall promptly forward to the Commission the entire record compiled in relation to the minor permit disposition that is the subject to the appeal.
   (C)   Upon receipt of notice of appeal from the Commission, the Permit Officer shall give notice to the Town Board of Commissioners, the Town Manager and the Town Attorney and forward to that Board a copy of the record as submitted to the Commission and any other relevant information.
   (D)   No action for which a minor development permit is required shall be taken while appeal of the Permit Officer's final disposition of that permit is pending.
('85 Code, § 8-3.6) (Ord. 28, passed - - ; Am. Ord. 02-10, passed 7-8-02)