§ 86.01.010  Establishment of Planning Agency.
   In compliance with the authority granted to local jurisdictions by the State’s Government Code, a Planning Agency is hereby established.
   (a)   Board.  The Board shall act as the Planning Agency for land use applications that require a public hearing and legislative action, and for those that are referred or appealed to the Board in compliance with Table 85-1 (Review Authority), Table 85-3 (Special Use Permits) and Table 85-4 (Temporary Use Permits).
   (b)   Commission.  The Commission shall act as the Planning Agency for land use applications that require a public hearing and for those that are referred or appealed to the Commission in compliance with Table 85-1 (Review Authority), Table 85-3 (Special Use Permits) and Table 85-4 (Temporary Use Permits).
   (c)   Director.  The Director shall act as the Planning Agency for land use applications including those requiring a public hearing, staff review with notice, and staff review without notice in compliance with Table 85-1 (Review Authority), Table 85-3 (Special Use Permits) and Table 85-4 (Temporary Use Permits).
   (d)   Zoning Administrator.  The Zoning Administrator may act in the place of the Director for land use applications within the Director’s authority to approve
   (e)   Compliance with Division 5.  As applicable and in compliance with Division 5 (Permit Application and Review Procedures), other County Department Heads when needed, as determined by the Director, shall act as the Planning Agency for those land use applications requiring oversight by that department. In these instances, the other County Department Heads, where applicable, shall coordinate with the Director regarding the functions detailed by this Chapter for the Director.
   (f)   Implementation of State Planning and Land Use Law.  The Director shall act as the Planning Agency when preparing required documents to implement State Planning and Land Use Law (Government Code §§ 65000 et seq.), and other land use planning related State laws.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007)