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A. Application: Applications for a facility permit shall be filed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. The application shall include written authorization from the property owner, if the applicant is not the property owner, for the applicant to file the application. The application shall include payment of a fee as established by resolution of the city council. In addition, a site plan shall be required to be submitted to the city for the facility. This site plan shall be drawn to scale and fully dimensioned and shall show the following:
1. The boundaries of the site on which the facility is proposed and the boundaries of the facility.
2. Proposed access, including the type and location of any proposed traffic control devices or persons.
3. The proposed location of the facility, including all fences, structures and vehicles to be used as part of the operation of the facility.
4. The location and size of any proposed utility service, such as electrical power generators.
5. The method for providing restrooms, including the location and type of any portable toilets, if needed.
6. The proposed hours of operation for the facility.
7. Any other operation characteristics unique to the facility.
8. The applicant's name, address and phone number.
9. The name, address and phone number of a person to contact in the event of an emergency.
B. Report Of Decision: Within fifteen (15) days of receiving a completed application, the director, or his/her designee, will prepare a written report stating the facts and reasons for granting or denying the application. The report will be mailed to the applicant and may, at the discretion of the director, be sent to all owners of adjacent property via mail or by other means.
C. Referral To City Council: The director may refer an application for a facility to the city council for review. In that event, the city council may approve or deny the application.
D. Conditions: In approving a facility permit, the director or city council may impose conditions reasonably related to the use and reasonably necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare. (Ord. 2763, 2012)