NOTE: If the property owner or agent is not present at the time of the Planning and Zoning and the City Council Meetings, the case will either be denied or not considered for action.
A Special Use Permit may be approved for a term not to exceed two (2) years. Special use permits for existing uses and/or/ structures shall automatically renew for successive two (2) year periods unless an objection is raised by the City Manager based on either:
A. A history of poor code compliance; or B. A revision to the Comprehensive Plan that renders the Special Use Permit incompatible. C. Special use permits for new uses/structures shall be deemed to have expired and shall become null and void if construction is not completed and occupation commenced within two years of the date the Special Use Permit was approved. D. If a Special Use Permit expires, or if the requisites of subsection (C) above are not met, two extensions of six months each in length may be granted, unless otherwise specified by ordinance. If no request for extension of a Special Use Permit is submitted, then the Special Use Permit shall be null and void. E. The City Manager may revoke a Special Use Permit for failure to comply with municipal regulations and the conditions placed on the use.