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(a) Determination of Requirements. The Department shall determine the applicability of Section 414A to any development project requiring a First Construction Document and, if Section 414A is applicable, the number of gross square feet of space subject to its requirements, and shall impose these requirements as a condition of approval for issuance of the First Construction Document for the development project to mitigate the impact on the availability of child-care facilities that will be caused by the residents attracted to the proposed development project. The project sponsor shall supply any information necessary to assist the Department in this determination.
(b) Department Notice to Development Fee Collection Unit at DBI. After the Department has made its final determination of the net addition of gross square feet of the space subject to Section 414A.1et seq., it shall immediately notify the Development Fee Collection Unit at the Department of Building Inspection (DBI) of its determination in addition to the other information required by Section 402(b) of this Article.
(c) Timing of Fee Payments. The Residential Child Care Impact Fee shall be paid to DBI for deposit into the Child Care Capital Fund at the time required by Section 402(d).
(d) Development Fee Collection Unit Notice to Department Prior to Issuance of the First Certificate of Occupancy. The Development Fee Collection Unit at DBI shall provide notice in writing or electronically to the Department prior to issuing the First Certificate of Occupancy for any development project subject to this Section 414A whether the project sponsor has paid the required Residential Child Care Impact Fee. If the Department notifies the Unit at such time that the sponsor has not paid this fee in full, the Director of DBI shall deny any and all Certificates of Occupancy until the subject project is brought into compliance with the requirements of this Section 414A.
(e) Process for Revisions of Determination of Requirements. In the event that the Department or Commission takes action affecting any development project subject to Section 414A, and such action is subsequently modified, superseded, vacated, or reversed by the Board of Appeals, the Board of Supervisors, or by a court, the procedures of Section 402(c) of this Article 4 shall be followed.
Division (c) amended; Ord. 63-20, Eff. 5/25/2020.