§ 154.317  APPLICATION COMPLETENESS, ACCURACY AND SUFFICIENCY.
   (A)   An application will be considered complete and ready for processing only if it is submitted in the required number and form, includes all required information and is accompanied by the required filing fee.
   (B)   The official responsible for accepting the application will make a determination of application completeness within 14 working days of application filing.
   (C)   If an application is determined to be incomplete, the official responsible for accepting the application shall provide written notice to the applicant along with an explanation of the application’s deficiencies. No further processing of the application will occur until the deficiencies are corrected. If the deficiencies are not corrected by the applicant within 60 days, the application will be considered withdrawn.
   (D)   No further processing of incomplete applications will occur and incomplete applications will be pulled from the processing cycle. When the deficiencies are corrected, the application will be placed in the next processing cycle.
   (E)   Applications deemed complete will be considered to be in the processing cycle and will be reviewed by staff and other review and decision-making bodies in accordance with applicable review and approval procedures of this chapter.
   (F)   The Chief Subdivision Engineer may require that applications or plans be revised before being placed on an agenda if the Chief Subdivision Engineer determines that:
      (1)   The application or plan contains one  or more significant inaccuracies or omissions that hinder timely or competent evaluation of the plan’s/application’s compliance with chapter standards;
      (2)   The application contains multiple minor inaccuracies or omissions that hinder timely or competent evaluation of the plan’s/application’s compliance with chapter standards; or
      (3)   The decision-making body does not have legal authority to approve the application or plan.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)