Chapter 16.06


16.06.010    Organization of these development regulations.

16.06.020    Relationship to other rules, regulations, and agreements.

16.06.030    Territorial applicability.

16.06.040    Director – Duties.

16.06.050    Appeals.

16.06.010 Organization of these development regulations.

The provisions of this title shall apply to PMC Titles 13 through 24. (Ord. 1867 § 2, 2014; Ord. 1727 § 2, 2009; Ord. 1505 § 4, 2001).

16.06.020 Relationship to other rules, regulations, and agreements.

These development regulations shall not abrogate or annul any other rule, regulation, covenant, or private agreement. Any rule, regulation, covenant, or private agreement which is more restrictive or imposes a higher standard than these development regulations shall govern. (Ord. 1505 § 4, 2001).

16.06.030 Territorial applicability.

These development regulations shall apply to all land within the city limits. To the extent possible under state law and inter-local agreements, these regulations shall also apply to all land outside the city limits and within the city’s urban growth area as established in the comprehensive plan. (Ord. 1505 § 4, 2001).

16.06.040 Director – Duties.

A. The mayor shall appoint the administrator of the development regulations, which person is hereafter referred to as “the director.”

B. The director shall interpret these development regulations, PMC Titles 13 through 24. For consistency of interpretation, the director shall render interpretations in writing and apply said interpretations to future instances having the same context. Administrative interpretations shall be communicated to the planning commission and city council for concurrence. (Ord. 1727 § 3, 2009; Ord. 1505 § 4, 2001).

16.06.050 Appeals.

All Type I or Type II decisions of the director may be appealed to the hearing examiner by submitting a written appeal and the appeal fee to the city clerk within 10 calendar days of the action. When an appeal period ends on a weekend or holiday, the appeal shall be accepted on the following working day. The fee for an appeal shall be as set by resolution. (Ord. 1512 § 2, 2001; Ord. 1505 § 4, 2001).