Sec. 9-5.05.   Agreement Procedure.
   Commercial River Use Agreements shall be issued by the Yolo County Parks Division unless the division, in its sole discretion, refers a proposed Agreement to the Board of Supervisors for consideration.  The procedure to obtain an Agreement is as follows:
   A.   The Commercial Outfitter shall contact the Yolo County Parks Division, submit a River Use Plan, and arrange a meeting with staff to discuss the potential Agreement at least two months (and preferably more) prior to the planned date for the commencement of Commercial Use of the stream.  The County and Commercial Outfitter shall then work in good faith to complete the River Use Plan in accordance with the standards of this Chapter.  The Commercial River Use Agreement must be signed by all parties before the Commercial Outfitter may use the stream. (§ 2, Ord. 1421, eff. May 31, 2012)
   B.   Upon request from the Commercial Outfitter in writing to Yolo County Parks for such an Agreement the County will prepare a draft Commercial River Use Agreement for review by the Commercial Outfitter within 30 days. County Counsel shall also review the draft Agreement after review from the Commercial Outfitter. (§ 2, Ord. 1421, eff. May 31, 2012)
   C.   After reasonable efforts have been made to negotiate an agreement, the County shall either approve or deny the proposed Agreement based upon a determination that the Agreement and any related materials, including the River Use Plan, are consistent (or in the case of denial, inconsistent) with the purpose and requirements of this Chapter.  Brief written findings shall be issued in connection with this decision.  Actions taken by the Parks Division on an application may be appealed to the Board of Supervisors in the time and manner provided in Title 1, Chapter 4 of the Yolo County Code, which shall govern all aspects of such appeals. (§ 2, Ord. 1421, eff. May 31, 2012)
   D.   A fully executed Commercial River Use Agreement constitutes a permit authorizing the Commercial Outfitter to non-exclusive use of the stream in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Agreement.  Each Agreement is unique to the Commercial Outfitter based on the amount, location, and type of use proposed. Upon receipt of the fully executed Commercial River Use Agreement, including all required documents per the terms of the Agreement, the Commercial Outfitter may begin to use the stream according to the terms of the Agreement. (§ 2, Ord. 1421, eff. May 31, 2012)