(a)  The method of consideration of minor development permit requests by the permit officer must be uniform in application and must be set out in writing and available for public inspection.  The permit officer shall use only forms approved by the Commission in its handling of any minor development permit application.

(b)  The local management plan shall specify the procedures which will be followed in the handling and consideration of all applications for a minor development permit, including appropriate response to receipt of an application for a major development permit.

(c)  The permit officer shall maintain a record of all applications, correspondence, public notices, responses from public notices, and a copy of his final disposition for all permit applications whether issued or denied.

(d)  The permit officer, in his handling of all minor development permit applications, must use a numbering system which will be developed by the Commission in consultation with local government.

(e)  It is the policy of the Coastal Resources Commission to allow local government the greatest flexibility in coordinating minor development permits with all other local permits and approvals.  The Commission requires, however, that the plan eventually submitted state how this coordination will be accomplished.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 113A‑124(c)(5);

Eff. November 1, 1984.