Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 10 – 12 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 CHAPTER 10. ADMINISTRATION | Article 10.2. Review Procedures Sec. 10.2.1. Common Review Procedures 5. Content of Notice a. Published, Web or Mailed Notice The content of required published, web or mailed notice shall be as follows: i. A case number; ii. The address or Parcel Identification Number of the subject property (if available). Zoning map amendments that directly affect more than 50 properties owned by a total of at least 50 different property owners are exempted from this specific content requirement. iii. The general location of the land that is the subject of the application, which may include a location map; iv. A description of the action requested and nature of the questions involved; v. The time, date and location of the public hearing, public meeting or the neighborhood meeting if applicable and the name of the reviewing body; vi. A phone number and e-mail address to contact the Department of City Planning; vii. The address for the City’s web portal; viii.A statement that persons may appear at the public hearing, public meeting or at the neighborhood meeting if applicable or make written comments to the Planning Director as applicable; and a statement that more specific information is available at the Department of City Planning. b. Posted Notice Required posted notice of a public meeting or public hearing shall provide at least the following: i. A case number; ii. A description of the action requested; iii. The address for the City’s web portal; and iv. A phone number and e-mail address to contact Planning and Development. 6. Notice of Decision a. Except when notice is provided by permit issuance, notice of decision shall provide at least the following: i. A case number; ii. The address of the subject property (if available and relevant); iii. The general location of the land (if relevant) that was the subject of the application, which may include a location map; iv. A description of the application; v. The date the application was decided; vi. A description of whether the application was approved, approved with conditions or denied; vii. A phone number and e-mail address to contact Planning and Development; and viii.The address for the City’s web portal. b. Unless otherwise stated by general law, this UDO or by the rules of procedure adopted by the applicable reviewing body, within 10 business days following the effective date of a decision, a copy of the decision shall be sent by either electronic notification or first class mailing to the applicant and the property owner (if the property owner is not the applicant) and filed with Planning and Development, where it shall be made available for public inspection during regular office hours. In the case of permit issuance, receipt of the permit by the applicant, contractor, property owner or their representative shall constitute written notice of the decision. c. In the case of a quasi-judicial decision, notice of the decision shall also be given to the applicant, the property owner (if the property owner is not the applicant) and each person who has filed a written request for notice with the presiding officer or secretary of the reviewing body (if any) at the time of the hearing of the case, with such notice to be delivered to the requesting party by either personal service or by registered mail or certified mail, return receipt requested.

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