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2171-10. Application Review.
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(a) The Director shall review the application for completeness and shall determine any additional requirements necessary to make the application complete. The Director may reject the application as incomplete if it does not contain the documentation required by the Director, other County Departments or other responsible agencies. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(b) The Director may reject the application as ineligible for consideration if it is not made by a qualified applicant or is not made for a development proposal which meets the eligibility standards set forth in previous sections of this Chapter. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(c) The Director shall process the development agreement and any associated proposed land use entitlements for environmental review in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(d) If the Director determines that an application is incomplete or ineligible, the Director must provide this determination in writing to the applicant. The applicant may appeal said written determination by the Director pursuant to the appeal procedures set forth in Chapter 2 of the Humboldt County Zoning Regulations for the appeal of an administrative determination. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(e) At such time that the Director has determined the application is complete and eligible for consideration, the applicant may enter into negotiations with the County regarding the terms of the development agreement. When the County and the applicant have reached tentative agreement on the terms of the development agreement, the development agreement may be considered by the Planning Commission in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 2171-13 below. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)