A. The city’s community development department shall provide a nomination form to the applicant. For individual property nominations, the application must bear the signature of each property owner that would be reflected by a title report. For nomination of historic districts, a simple majority of properties within the district will be adequate for nomination. Each property in the district will be allocated one vote for such purpose regardless of the number of owners, but the application must be signed for each supporting property in the manner set forth above for individual properties. For district nominations, a complete listing of contributing and non-contributing properties is required.
B. When the community development department is satisfied as to the completeness and accuracy of the information, the nomination shall be referred to the board at their next regular meeting. Once the nomination is scheduled for a public meeting, the community development department will notify the owner(s) and the applicant of the nominated property of the date of the meeting and of the benefits and conditions which may result from designation. Prior to the board’s meeting, the community development department shall transmit to board members copies of the nominations of properties to be considered for designation with any other appropriate materials. (Ord. 2322 § 13, 2020; Ord. 2069 § 2 (Exh. B), 2011; Ord. 1946 § 5, 2005; Ord. 1635 § 1, 1996; Ord. 1484 § 3, 1992; Ord. 1258 § 1, 1987).