§ 883-17. Hearings  


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  • Any hearing held pursuant to this chapter shall be within 10 days of the request for the hearing or preliminary determination of denial by the director of safety unless the applicant or permit holder agrees to an extension of time. The director shall cause a record to be made of all evidence admitted or proffered by the applicant or permit holder. All testimony shall be given under oath.

    The applicant or permit holder shall be permitted to appear and be heard in person or by an attorney:

    (a) To present the position, arguments and contentions of the applicant or permit holder;

    (b) To offer and examine witnesses and present evidence;

    (c) To cross-examine witnesses purporting to refute the position, arguments, and contentions of the applicant or permit holder;

    (d) To offer evidence, to refute evidence and testimony offered in opposition to the position, arguments, and contentions of the applicant or permit holder;

    (e) To proffer any such evidence into the record, if admission thereof is denied.

(Ordained by Ord. No. 438-1980, eff. Oct. 29, 1980; reordained by Ord. No. 456-1980, eff. Nov. 5, 1980)