(A)   Administrative review. An application for a conditional use permit under the provisions of this chapter will be processed and reviewed in accordance with Title XV, § 155.186 of the city code.
   (B)   Factors used in decision-making. In passing upon conditional use applications, the City Council must consider all relevant factors specified in other sections of this chapter, and those factors identified in § 152.092(E).
   (C)   Conditions attached to conditional use permits. The City Council may attach such conditions to the granting of conditional use permits as it deems necessary to fulfill the purposes of this chapter. Such conditions may include, but are not limited to, the following:
      (1)   Modification of waste treatment and water supply facilities.
      (2)   Limitations on period of use, occupancy, and operation.
      (3)   Imposition of operational controls, sureties, and deed restrictions.
      (4)   Requirements for construction of channel modifications, compensatory storage, dikes, levees, and other protective measures.
      (5)   Floodproofing measures, in accordance with the State Building Code and this chapter. The applicant must submit a plan or document certified by a registered professional engineer or architect that the floodproofing measures are consistent with the regulatory flood protection elevation and associated flood factors for the particular area.
   (D)   Submittal of hearing notices to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The Zoning Administrator must submit hearing notices for proposed conditional uses to the DNR sufficiently in advance to provide at least ten days' notice of the hearing. The notice maybe sent by electronic mail or U.S. Mail to the respective DNR area hydrologist.
   (E)   Submittal of final decisions to the DNR. A copy of all decisions granting conditional uses must be forwarded to the DNR within ten days of such action. The notice may be sent by electronic mail or U.S. Mail to the respective DNR area hydrologist.
(Ord. 1079, passed 4-14-14)