(a)   When an applicant or his or her designated representative disputes the boundary of a riparian or wetland setback or the ordinary high water mark of a watercourse, the applicant or his or her designated representative shall submit documentation to the City which describes the boundary, the applicant's proposed boundary, and justification for the proposed boundary change.
   (b)   The City Engineer or designee shall evaluate this documentation and shall make a written determination within a reasonable period of time, not to exceed 60 days, a copy of which shall be submitted to the applicant. If during this evaluation the City requires further information, it may be required of the applicant. In the event that the City requests such additional information, the 60 day limit on the City's review shall be postponed until the applicant provides such information.
   (c)   Any party aggrieved by any wetland or riparian setback determination under this regulation may appeal to the Board of Zoning Appeals.
(Ord. 28-05. Passed 6-9-08.)