§ 164.085  ISSUANCE OR DENIAL OF PERMIT AND APPEAL OF PERMIT DENIAL.
   (A)   The Chief Subdivision Engineer shall either issue or deny a site development permit within 30 days of receiving a complete permit application and all required submittals and fees, unless additional time is granted by both the Chief Subdivision Engineer and the applicant. When a permit is denied, the applicant may appeal the Chief Subdivision Engineer’s decision to the Land Use and Development Committee provided the appeal is made in writing within 15 days of the date of the notification of denial. The Land Use and Development Committee shall render a decision to issue the site development permit, issue the permit with conditions, or uphold the Chief Subdivision Engineer’s denial of the permit. The Land Use and Development Committee shall render its decision within 30 days of the appeal. Failure to take action shall be deemed action to uphold the permit denial by the Chief Subdivision Engineer.
   (B)   Upon denial by the Land Use and Development Committee, the applicant may file an appeal in writing within 15 days of the denial or decision or the Committee’s action to the County Board. This appeal shall be addressed to the County Executive with copies sent to the Chairperson of the Land Use and Development Committee and to the Chief Subdivision Engineer.
(Ord. 10-164, passed 6-17-2010)