Sec. 25-27-50. Appeals.

The planning commission action on the conditional use permit shall be final unless, within fourteen calendar days after the decision, the applicant or any other person including the city council, any individual city council member, or the city manager, not satisfied with the decision of the planning commission, may appeal to the city council. No conflict of interest shall exist solely by reason of the filing of an appeal by the city council, an individual city council member, or the city manager. Any appeal shall be filed with the city clerk and, except an appeal by the city council, a council member, or the city manager, shall be accompanied by a filing fee as prescribed by city council resolution. The city clerk shall set a date for a public hearing and shall give notice to the appellant, the applicant and neighboring property owners in the manner provided in Section 25-27-20.
The zoning administrator’s action on the minor conditional use permit shall be final unless, within ten calendar days after the decision, the applicant or any other person not satisfied with the decision of the zoning administrator, may appeal in writing to the planning commission. Said appeal shall be accompanied by a filing fee as prescribed by city council resolution. At its next regular meeting after the filing of such appeal, the planning commission shall set a date for a public hearing and shall give notice to the appellant, the applicant and neighboring property owners. (Amended during the March 2009 supplement.)