§ 152.083  STRUCTURES HAVING STATEWIDE SIGNIFICANCE.
   An application for a Certificate of Appropriateness authorizing the demolition or destruction of a building, site, or structure determined by the State Historic Preservation Office as having statewide significance as defined in the criteria of the National Register of Historic Places may be denied except where the Commission finds that the owner would suffer extreme hardship or be permanently deprived of all beneficial use or return by virtue of the denial.
(Ord. O-2002-46, passed 8-5-02)