§ 1041-13. Notice to Public  

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  • The Office of Environmental Quality shall, at the applicant's expense, provide written notice by United States mail to: (1) Any community council, hospital, school, or daycare located within one mile of the Proposed Project; and (2) all readily ascertainable addresses within one quarter of a mile of the Proposed Project. The Office of Environmental Quality shall also give notice through the City's website of all projects that are subject to the provisions of this section. This written notice shall be mailed within ten days following the determination that the application is complete.

    Within ten days after the notice is mailed, the City shall make all Comprehensive Information submitted by the applicant available to the public.

    Any interested party or member of the public may submit information, relating to either the Proposed Project or the community within which the Proposed Project is located, to the EJ Examiner and the EJ Examiner shall consider all such information in making a determination as to whether or not a Proposed Project should be granted or denied an EJ permit. The interested parties and any member of the public shall have 30 days from the date the notice is mailed to provide additional written information relating to the EJ factors, the EJ standard, and the application. This 30-day period may be extended at the discretion of the EJ Examiner.

    Each applicant and any member of the public shall have a reasonable opportunity during normal City business hours to examine any information that has been submitted concerning the Proposed Project. The Office of Environmental Quality shall be responsible for collecting and storing any information relating to the application and for maintaining a copy of the entire file.

(Ordained by Ord. No. 0210-2009, § 1, eff. July 24, 2009)