Chapter 2.21
REHEARING

Sections:

2.21.010    Scope.

2.21.020    Filing of request for rehearing.

2.21.030    Filing fee.

2.21.040    City response.

2.21.050    Notice of hearing.

2.21.060    Conduct of hearing.

2.21.010 Scope.

The City Council’s action to approve or deny is final. The City Council may rehear and reconsider its action if there is new and different evidence not available at the previous hearing. (Ord. 492 § 2, 1998)

2.21.020 Filing of request for rehearing.

The applicant or any other interested person adversely affected by the action may file a written request for a rehearing along with the new and different evidence with the City Council. Any such request must be filed in writing within 10 calendar days after the action which is the subject of the request. (Ord. 492 § 2, 1998)

2.21.030 Filing fee.

The written request shall be accompanied by a fee to be set by resolution of the City Council. (Ord. 492 § 2, 1998)

2.21.040 City response.

Upon receipt of the request and filing fee, the City Clerk shall submit the matter to the City Council as soon as possible, but in no case later than 30 days. At that meeting the City Council may, at its discretion, either take no further action on the request or set the matter for another public hearing which shall be held within 30 days after the Council accepted the request for a rehearing unless the applicant consents to a continuance. (Ord. 492 § 2, 1998)

2.21.050 Notice of hearing.

If the City Council accepts the request for a rehearing, notice shall be given not less than 10 days nor more than 30 days prior to the date of the hearing by publication in a newspaper of general circulation published in the City. Notice shall also be mailed to all those who received notice of the original hearing. (Ord. 492 § 2, 1998)

2.21.060 Conduct of hearing.

The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with the applicable provisions of Chapter 2.18 PMC and constitutional due process. The determination of the City Council at the rehearing shall constitute a final decision. (Ord. 492 § 2, 1998)