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SEC. 19.06.  FILING FEES FOR COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMITS.
   (Amended by Ord. No. 185,432, Eff. 3/24/18.)
 
   A.   Filing Fees.  In addition to any other fees set forth in this Code, the following fees shall be charged and collected by the permit granting authority in connection with the filing of all applications for coastal development permits:
 
 
Type of Application
Fee*
Coastal Development Permit for Single Family and Multi-family residential dwelling
(Section 12.20.2)
$13,753
Coastal Development Permit for Single Family residential dwelling with no exceptions
(Section 12.20.2)
$13,753
Coastal Development Permit for Non-residential
(Section 12.20.2)
$13,753
Coastal Development Permit Exemption Determination
(Section 12.20.2.1)
$1,437
Coastal Development Permit Approval in Concept
(Section 12.20.2)
$575
Coastal Development Permit Amendment for Single Family and Multi-family residential dwelling and non-residential
(Sections 12.20.2.1 Q. and 12.20.2 O.)
$5,517
Coastal Development Permit Amendment for Single Family residential dwelling with no exceptions
(Sections 12.20.2.1 Q. and 12.20.2 O.)
$5,517
Coastal Development Permit - Mello Compliance Review - City Review
(Section 12.20.2)
$6,547
Mello Compliance Review - Third Party Consultant
$287 + Actual Cost
 
* See Section 19.01 Q. for multiple applications.
 
   1.   Fee is for City administration and Consultant fees will be added to City fee for permit requiring Mello Compliance Review.
 
   2.   The Planning Department shall calculate actual costs and the resultant fee in accordance with Section 5.121.9.2, Chapter 6 of Division 5 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, and shall maintain accounting records of the actual costs.  The Director of Planning shall resolve any dispute related to the fee.  The Director shall exclude from consideration any cost incurred or attributed to the processing of appeals.
 
   B.   Filing Fees for Environmental Impact Reports and Negative Declarations.  Where an environmental impact report or negative declaration is prepared for a project for which application for a coastal development permit has been made, a negative declaration or environmental impact report shall consider the effect of the project in light of the criteria established in Sections 12.20.2 G.1.(a) through (e) of this Code, and no additional charge shall be made.  Where the underlying project is otherwise exempt from the preparation of a negative declaration or environmental impact report but either document is required for the coastal development permit, those fees set forth in Section 19.05 of this Code shall be applicable and shall be collected by the appropriate permit granting authority.