A.   Administrative Fee: The town council, upon review of the application and supporting documents, including, but not limited to, the application filed with the state mine inspector's office, and including the reclamation plan, and the financial assurance plan for reclamation, may impose a reasonable annual administrative fee for purposes of administering the special use permit. Owner(s) shall pay to the town an annual fee of ten cents ($0.10) per cubic yard of material sold, not to exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) per calendar year. At the town council's discretion and approval, materials, services, land or other assets may be accepted in lieu of the fee. In no event shall the town become obligated financially to the owner/operator(s).
   B.   Guidelines For Use Of Administrative Fee: The administrative fee shall be used for any cost associated with the cooperation with the Arizona mine inspector's office and any governmental agreements entered into with the state mine inspector's office, relative to the application for the extraction of cinders stone, crushed rock, composite granite, gravel, pumice and sand or the mixture of such with cement or oil based compounds. The administrative fee may also be used to administer any notice or recording requirements of the aggregate mining operations set forth in Arizona Revised Statutes section 27-1229 and 1230. The administrative fee shall also be used to administer the reporting, or other costs associated with the requirements of this code. The administrative fee may be used for the review of maps, plats, redevelopment plans, rehabilitation plans filed in the federal, state, county or municipal public records. (Ord. 08-310, 6-24-2008)