1315.04  BUILDING PERMIT REVIEW; APPEAL PROCEDURE.
   The Architectural Reviewer shall promptly review and pass upon all plans, drawings, specifications and other data to be reviewed by him under this chapter and shall also promptly perform all other duties imposed upon him by this chapter and shall with as little delay as possible notify in writing the Building Inspector and property owner of the action taken by him in the case.  No building permit shall be issued unless and until the plans, drawings and specifications for the dwelling, building or other work covered by the proposed permit have been referred to the Architectural Reviewer when required by this chapter and he has approved the same under and in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.  However, should any applicant for a permit be denied a permit or otherwise be aggrieved by any decision of the Architectural Reviewer, he may appeal therefrom to the Board of Appeals by filing a written notice of appeal with the Clerk within ten (10) days from the notification of the decision of the Architectural Reviewer.  The Board of Appeals shall hear the appeal within sixty (60) days and shall decide the matter within one hundred twenty (120) days of the date the notice of appeal is filed unless the parties agree to an extension of time.  The Board of Appeals shall give the applicant and all interested parties, including the Architectural Reviewer, a full hearing with the right to appear at such hearing with counsel and to introduce such evidence as shall be material to the issues presented.  Upon the termination of such hearing, the Board of Appeals shall affirm, reverse or modify the decision of the Architectural Reviewer as it shall deem just and equitable in view of all the facts and circumstances. 
(Ord. 2012-31.  Passed 5-9-12.)