§ 153.304  APPLICATION PROCEDURES FOR SPECIAL USE PERMITS BY PLANNING COMMISSION.
   (A)   Prior to construction or physical development of a proposed special use, as specified by this chapter, a required special use permit must be obtained.  An application for a special use permit must be made to the Zoning Administrator.
   (B)   (1)   Contents of application.  Among the data to be supplied by the applicant and which shall constitute the application package, the following shall be included:
         (a)   Names and addresses of applicant or applicants;
         (b)   Location, shape, area, and dimension of the lot, and of the proposed structure or improvement (shown on the site plan);
         (c)   Description of proposed use and of the building (dwelling, structure, barn, garage, and the like) or improvement;
         (d)   The proposed number of sleeping rooms, dwelling units, occupants, employees, customers, and other users;
         (e)   The yard, open space, and location of parking spaces as shown on the site plan; and
         (f)   A required site plan, which must be approved before any granting of a special use permit.
      (2)   Fee.  A fee as set by the City Commission and listed in the schedule of fees (see § 153.308) shall accompany any plans or applications in order to defray the cost of administration and inspection.
(1993 Code, § 154.219)  (Ord. 84-1, passed 1-3-1984)