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(A) Application for a special use permit, variance, or planned development permit may be initiated by:
(1) A resolution of intention by the commission or city council;
(2) An owner of the affected property or the owner’s designated attorney in fact;
(3) A lessee who holds a lease, the terms of which permit the use applied for, or the lessee’s designated attorney in fact; and
(4) A plaintiff in an action in eminent domain to acquire the property as to which the special use permit, variance or planned development permit is sought.
(B) If an application for a special use permit, variance or planned development permit has been denied, a new application for the same entitlement relating to the same property shall not be accepted within 12 months of the denial. This provision may be waived by a majority of the city council on finding that, by reason of changed physical, legal or sociological circumstances, consideration of a new application for same entitlement would be in the public interest.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-150) (Ord. No. 917, 1541, 2367, 2445)