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The Director shall establish regular meeting dates and rules of procedure for the DRC. The dates and procedures shall be available to the public in appropriate formats and locations to properly inform interested persons or groups.
(a) Meetings Open to the Public. All DRC meetings shall be open to the public and any applicant, developer, property owner, subdivider, official of any agency, department organization, or other person interested in a development project may attend any meeting and present appropriate testimony.
(b) Notification Required. The applicant, developer, engineer, subdivider, or other applicant-designated representative shall be notified of the date, time, and place of the meeting by written notification placed in the U.S. mail at least ten days before the first DRC meeting at which the development project is to be considered. The notification may be waived by the applicant, developer, engineer, subdivider, or applicant-designated representative where necessary to expedite review of a development project. Notice shall also be given to any individual association, group, or organization that has requested in writing notification of meetings and hearings regarding the specific project or that have caused themselves to be properly placed on a mailing list for all DRC agendas.
(c) Recommendation by Written Report. All agencies, departments, offices, and officers shall submit to the DRC their recommendations relative to the development projects or subdivisions being discussed at each meeting. Wherever possible, these reports should be in writing and in sufficient detail that all interested parties will be properly informed in detail as to the recommended requirements, map revisions, and proposed conditions of approval.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007)