3.24.210 Review of permit applications.

A.    The commission shall maintain with the Department of Planning and Community Development and the department’s zoning and codes and inspection division a current record of designated landmarks, historic districts and structures of merit, as well as a record of those having been initiated and undergoing consideration. Upon receipt of any application for a permit to carry out any construction, alteration or demolition on a landmark site, in an historic district or on a structure of merit site, or on an initiated landmark site, in an initiated historic district or on an initiated structure of merit site, the Department of Planning and Community Development shall, unless the structure or feature concerned has been declared unsafe or dangerous pursuant to Section 3.24.280 of this chapter, promptly forward such permit application to the commission for review.

B.    The City Council shall set by resolution the fees for Landmarks Preservation Commission review of any application for a permit to carry out any construction, alteration or demolition on an initiated or designated nonresidential landmark site (or nonresidential portion thereof), in an initiated or designated historic nonresidential district (or nonresidential portion thereof), or on an initiated or designated nonresidential structure of merit (or nonresidential portion thereof.)

Landmarks Preservation Commission review of applications for permits to carry out any construction, alteration, or demolition on residential initiated or designated landmarks, residential initiated or designated historic districts and residential initiated or designated residential structures of merit, located in any zoning district and nonresidential initiated or designated landmarks, nonresidential initiated or designated historic districts and nonresidential initiated or designated structures of merit located in residential zoning districts, are not subject to the landmarks review fees.

Applicants who are qualified non-profits and other applicants with projects valued at less than three hundred fifty thousand dollars may apply to the City Manager for a fee waiver if it can be demonstrated that the payment of the fee would pose a hardship. (Ord. 6403-NS § 3, 1998: Ord. 5949-NS § 1, 1989: Ord. 5686-NS § 1, (part), 1985: Ord. 4914-NS § 1 (part), 1976: Ord. 4694-NS § 6, 1974) (Ord. 6403-NS repealed pursuant to modifications made by the California Court of Appeal on 1/7/98)