§ 84.28.100  Revocation of Permit.
   (a)   Revocation of Permit.  A short-term residential rental unit permit may be revoked for the following reasons:
      (1)   The severity of a violation of a requirement of Chapter 1 of Division 3 of Title 6 or Chapter 19 of Division 3 of Title 6 of the County Code necessitated the immediate vacation of the property.
      (2)   The conditions or actions that resulted in the suspension of the permit have not been abated, or addressed by a demonstrable change in the business practices associated with the short-term residential rental unit, within 60 days of the suspension being upheld on appeal or otherwise deemed final.
      (3)   The condition or the business practice that resulted in the suspension of the permit re-occurs within 12 months of the date the suspension was upheld on appeal or otherwise deemed final.
      (4)   A permit is suspended two times in a consecutive 24-month period, where said suspensions are either upheld on appeal or otherwise deemed final.
      (5)   The permit was obtained through fraud or deceit.
      (6)   The permit was issued in error.
   (b)   Appeals of Revocation of Permit.
      (1)   The revocation of a permit pursuant to § 84.28.100(a)(1) may be appealed for a hearing before the Building Appeals Board.  The format and process of the appeal shall be as required by § 63.0107.  A decision by the Building Appeals Board shall be final and no further appeal within the County shall be available.
      (2)   The revocation of a permit pursuant to §§ 84.28.100(a)(2), (a)(3), or (a)(4), where the underlying violation or violations are based on a failure to comply with the requirements of Chapter 1 of Division 3 of Title 6 or Chapter 19 of Division 3 of Title 6 of the County Code, may be appealed for a hearing before the Building Appeals Board.  The format and process of the appeal shall be as required by § 63.0107.  A decision by the Building Appeals Board shall be final and no further appeal within the County shall be available.
      (3)   The revocation of a permit pursuant to §§ 84.28.100(a)(2), (a)(3), or (a)(4), where the underlying violation or violations are general violations, or pursuant to § 84.28.100(a)(5) or (a)(6), may be appealed for a hearing before a County appointed hearing officer as defined by §§ 12.2701, 12.2702, 12.2703, and 12.2705.  The procedure for such hearing is set forth in §§ 84.28.090(c)(2)(A) through (C) and (c)(3).  A decision by the hearing officer shall be final and no further appeal within the County shall be available.
      (4)   The revocation of a permit pursuant to §§ 84.28.100(a)(2), (a)(3), or (a)(4), where the underlying violations include a general violation or violations and a violation or violations based on a failure to comply with the requirements of Chapter 1 of Division 3 of Title 6 or Chapter 19 of Division 3 of Title 6 of the County Code, shall be heard by the Building Appeals Board in the form and manner defined by § 63.0107.  A decision by such body shall be final and no further appeal within the County shall be available.
   (c)   New Application After Revocation of Permit.  No application for a permit shall be permitted within 12 months after a revocation is made final.
   (d)   Suspensions or Revocations of Permits for Multiple Properties.  If is determined that the conditions or the business or management practices cause violations of this Chapter to occur on multiple properties of the same owner, the short-term residential rental unit permits for all of those properties may be suspended and/or revoked at the same time.  In such circumstance all affected parties must be provided notice and the opportunity to appeal the suspension and/or revocation of the permit for every affected property.
(Ord. 4331, passed - -2017; Am. Ord. 4371, passed - -2019)