1187.07  SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS IN THE DOWNTOWN ARCHITECTURAL DISTRICT AND GATEWAY ARCHITECTURAL DISTRICT.
   (a)   Whenever a structure within the Downtown Architectural District or Gateway Architectural Districts is proposed to be constructed or erected, or whenever an existing structure within the Downtown Architectural District or Gateway Architectural District is proposed to be altered, reconstructed, enlarged or remodeled, such that it involves the exterior design, material, finish grade line, major landscaping or orientation of the structure, an application for a Certificate of Appropriateness shall first be obtained. The application shall be accompanied by a line drawing indicating lot dimensions, size, shape, and dimensions of the structure, the location and orientation of the structure on the lot and the actual or proposed building setback lines.  In addition, the application shall be accompanied by photos, illustrations and narrative material that describing the proposed design or change of design, use of materials, finish grade line, landscaping and orientation of the structure.
   (b)   Upon receipt of an application for a Certificate of Appropriateness, which is accompanied by supporting material the application shall be referred to the Board of Architectural Review at its next regular meeting not more than forty-five (45) days from the date the application is filed.  The Chairperson of the Board may also call a special meeting to consider such application.  The Board shall consider and grant or deny the Certificate of Appropriateness within forty-five (45) days from the date of the filing of the application.  The applicant may agree to extend this time period. 
(Ord. 56-2015.  Passed 4-18-16.)