A. The building director shall issue a building permit, the issuance of which is nondiscretionary, for complete applications that meet all the requirements.
B. If an application is deemed incomplete, the building director shall issue a written correction notice to the applicant detailing all deficiencies in the application, and any additional information or documentation or payment of fees required to be eligible for expedited permit issuance shall be sent to the applicant for resubmission.
C. The building director may require an applicant to apply for a conditional use permit if the director finds, based on substantial evidence, that the electric vehicle charging station could have a specific, adverse impact upon the public health and safety. Such decisions may be appealed to the city planning commission.
D. If a conditional use permit is required, the city may deny such application if it makes written findings based upon substantive evidence in the record that the proposed installation would have a specific, adverse impact upon public health or safety and there is no feasible method to satisfactorily mitigate or avoid the adverse impact. Such findings shall include the basis for the rejection of the potential feasible alternative for preventing the adverse impact. Such decisions may be appealed to the city planning commission.
E. Any condition imposed on an application shall be designed to mitigate the specific, adverse impact upon health and safety at the lowest possible cost. (Ord. 4861 § 1, 2016)