§ 120.15  MULTIPLE ADMINISTRATIVE CULTIVATION PERMIT APPLICATIONS.
   (A)   Application for Administrative Cultivation Permit in a new private residence. An Administrative Cultivation Permit holder may apply for an Administrative Cultivation Permit for a private residence other than the private residence specified on the existing permit. If the application is approved, the former Administrative Cultivation Permit shall be immediately null and void. If the application is denied, the existing Administrative Cultivation Permit shall continue under its applicable terms and conditions. If the applicant appeals a denial of the application, the existing Administrative Cultivation Permit shall continue under its applicable terms and conditions.
   (B)   Application for a Different Cultivation Site within the same private residence. If a current Administrative Cultivation Permit holder applies for an Administrative Cultivation Permit for the private residence on the existing permit but for a cultivation site other than specified on the existing permit, the existing permit will terminate upon approval of the application.
   (C)   Application for the Same Cultivation Site in same private residence.
      (1)   If an additional person applies for an Administrative Cultivation Permit for the same cultivation site within the same private residence of a current Administrative Cultivation Permit holder, a permit shall not be issued if the existing permit has been terminated or suspended. If the Administrative Cultivation Permit is approved for the additional applicant, the total number of marijuana plants within a single private residence shall be limited to six. In no event shall the number of marijuana plants exceed six.
      (2)   An additional Administrative Cultivation Permit for the same cultivation site shall only be issued if all Administrative Cultivation Permits related to that cultivation site are in good standing with the city.
(Ord. 2017-007, passed 8-22-17)