1498.03  APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS.
   Any person proposing an alteration to, or seeking a building, sign, or other permit for, any designated landmark shall submit a formal application for a Certificate of Appropriateness as a precondition to commencing such alteration or obtaining such permit.  The formal application for a Certificate of Appropriateness shall include the following information and specifications:
   (a)   The applicant's name;
   (b)   The owner's name, if different from applicant;
   (c)   The street address and legal description of the site;
   (d)   A brief description of the structures, buildings, and objects on the site and the structures, buildings, and objects on site adjacent to and across from such original site;
   (e)   A detailed description of the proposed alteration, together with any architectural drawings, sketches, and photographs indicating how and to what extent such alteration shall affect a landmark;
   (f)   The names and addresses of the owners of property adjacent to and across from the site;
   (g)   A list and photographs of significant architectural features in relation to the structures, buildings, or objects on the site previously designated by the Commission as being worthy of protection and preservation;
   (h)   The identification of any architect or developer involved in the alteration; and
   (i)   Such other relevant information as requested by the Village Manager or the Commission.
(Ord. 2005-01.  Passed 1-10-05.)