§ 1435-07-3. Repeal of Designation  


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  • A designation may be repealed if the property owner petitions the Historic Conservation Board in writing setting forth clear and convincing evidence that the qualities which caused the Historic Landmark, Historic District or Historic Site to be originally designated have been lost or destroyed. Upon petition, the process for the repeal of a designation is the same as prescribed for designation as set forth in Sections 1435-07 above. The Historic Conservation Board shall consider the repeal of the designation of a Historic Landmark, Historic District or Historic Site that is lawfully demolished or destroyed at its next regularly scheduled meeting and shall act at that meeting to make a recommendation to the City Planning Commission, which shall consider the matter at its next regularly scheduled meeting. City Council shall then vote on the repeal of the designation at its next regularly scheduled meeting. Upon repeal of the designation, the associated conservation guidelines shall be null and void and of no further force or effect as to said Historic Landmark, Historic District or Historic Site. Upon the repeal of any designation, the city's official zone map shall be amended to remove the designation.

(Ordained by Ord. No. 217-2012, § 1, eff. July 20, 2012)