(a)   The Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing within twenty days from the receipt of the application for a conditional or similar use permit.
   (b)   Before holding the public hearing, notice of such hearing shall be given in one or more newspapers of general circulation of the City at least ten days before the date of the hearing.  The notice shall set forth the time and place of the public hearing, and the nature of the proposed conditional or similar use.
   (c)   Within thirty days after the public hearing, the Planning Commission shall either approve, approve with supplementary conditions as specified or disapprove the application as presented.  If the application is approved or approved with modifications, the Planning Commission shall direct the Administrator to issue a conditional use or similar use permit lifting the specific conditions specified by the Planning Commission for approval.  If the application is disapproved by the Planning Commission, the applicant may seek relief through the Court of Common Pleas.
   (d)   A conditional use or similar use permit shall be deemed to authorize only one particular use and the permit shall automatically expire if for any reason the use ceases for more than one year.
(Ord. 1989-81.  Passed 1-2-90.)