X.Requests for Redetermination by the Historic Site Board
Requests for redetermination may be submitted within thirty (30) days after the Historic Site Board transmits the notice of the Director’s final decision. Such requests shall set forth the reasons why the Director’s decision was improper, including all new relevant facts and information.
(a)The Historic Site Board has the power to reverse or alter its prior recommendations, in whole or in part, if any of the following occur:
(1)There is a significant error in the facts, information or analysis on which the prior decision was based; or
(2)The prior determination, in light of current information, appears to have been arbitrary, capricious, or based on substantial error.
(b)The Historic Site Board shall advise the applicant within sixty (60) days after receipt of a request for redetermination whether it will consider such request, and if so, set the date for a hearing by the Historic Site Board.
(c)The Historic Site Board will forward their recommendation to the Director for final decision.
(d)If the request for redetermination is denied, then the original determination shall become final for all purposes, unless the resource is later shown to be demolished, altered, or has lost its integrity, and that no person who had an ownership interest in or occupied the subject property has caused such destruction of elimination by any act, omission or neglect.
If a request for redetermination is denied, the Decision of the Director may be appealed to the Board of Supervisors within ten days. Hearings before the Board of Supervisors shall be scheduled by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for a date not less than ten days but not more than 90 days from the date the appeal is filed.
XII.Duty to Keep in Good Repair
The owner of an Historical Resource(s), or Historical Resource(s) located within an Historic District, shall keep in good repair the exterior portions of all such Historical Resource(s), and interior components thereof whose maintenance is necessary to prevent deterioration and decay of any exterior element of an Historical Resource(s).
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