A. The planning director shall forward copies of the proposed boundary line adjustment plan to the building official, public works department and fire authority, who shall review the plan and submit comments to the planning director.
B. Following receipt of the comments of those consulted under subsection A of this section, the planning director shall approve or deny the requested boundary line adjustment. Following a decision, the director shall notify the applicant to file a final Mylar drawing for signatures. The Mylar shall be transmitted to the appropriate county office for recording. The boundary line adjustment must be recorded within 30 days or the boundary line adjustment shall be null and void. A recorded Mylar copy shall be provided to the city.
C. An aggrieved person may appeal the director’s decision on a boundary line adjustment, within 14 days of mailing the director’s decision, to the hearing examiner, in accordance with procedures prescribed in ACC 18.70.050(B) through (E). The hearing examiner’s decision shall be final unless appealed to superior court as prescribed in ACC 2.46.160. (Ord. 6442 § 16, 2012; Ord. 6239 § 1, 2009; Ord. 6186 § 14, 2008; Ord. 6061 § 5, 2006; Ord. 6006 § 4, 2006; Ord. 5170 § 1, 1998; Ord. 4840 § 1, 1996; Ord. 4296 § 2, 1988.)