(A)   An application for a special exception permit shall be filed with the Zoning Administrator and the Board of Zoning Appeals by at least one owner or lessee of the property for which the special exception is proposed.
   (B)   At a minimum, the application shall contain the following information:
      (1)   Name, address and phone number of applicant;
      (2)   Any application filed by any person other than the legal owner of the real estate involved shall be accompanied by a written statement of such legal owner consenting to the filing of such application;
      (3)   Legal description of the property;
      (4)   Description of existing use;
      (5)   Zoning district;
      (6)   Description of the proposed special exception; and
      (7)   A plan of the proposed site for the special exception showing the location of all buildings, parking and loading areas, traffic access and traffic circulation, open space, landscaping, refuse and service areas, utilities, signs, yards and other information as the Board may require to determine if the proposed special exception meets the intent and requirements of this chapter and is appropriate for the location at which it is proposed.
   (C)   There shall accompany such application for a special exception a verified statement (affidavit) by the applicant that adjoining property owners were notified in writing at least 15 days prior to the date of the public hearing of such application as required by § 156.137 of this chapter;
   (D)   Any applicant shall furnish a verified proof (affidavit) of at least one publication of a notice in at least one newspaper having general circulation within the town consistent with the requirements of § 156.136 of this chapter.
   (E)   The cost of legal advertising and any required notice to affect property owners shall be borne by the petitioner.
(2004 Code, § 4-401)