- Applicant submits application,
a letter of intent, plat of property, and fees to Zoning Administrator.
(Refer to Article 20, Section 3-462, (A).
- Zoning Administrator determines
of all submission requirements have been met. Advise applicant within
30 days if additional material needs to be submitted.
- Zoning Administrator notifies
applicant that application has been received and is being processed.
Zoning Administrator prepares analyses for Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA).
- Board of Zoning Appeals holds
public hearing and reviews application. The Board of Zoning Appeals
shall make no decision on any administrative appeal until it has conducted
a public hearing thereon after giving public notice as required by the
provisions of Section 15.2-2204 and 15.2-2205 of the Code of Virginia
(1950), as amended, which provisions shall be incorporated into the
rules of the BZA. The public hearing must be heard within sixty (60)
days of the date such application was made.
- The Zoning Administrator
shall also transmit copies of all administrative to the Planning Commission,
which may send a recommendation to the BZA or appear as a party at the
- Time limit for action by
the BZA is ninety (90) days of the filing of the application.
- Any person or persons jointly
or severally aggrieved by any decision of the BZA, may present to the
Circuit Court of the County a petition specifying the grounds on which
aggrieved within thirty (30) days after the filing of the decision in
the office of the BZA, as provided in Section 15.2-2314 of the Code
of Virginia, 1950, as amended.
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