Pueblo County Code - Title 17 - Chapter 17.148 - Article 4
D. If the development contemplated by the applicant falls within more than one area and/or activity of State and local interest, the applicant may present one consolidated application regarding all areas and activities of State and local interest involved.
A. The Permit Administrator shall track and document all costs of reviewing and processing the application including costs of copying, mailings, publications, labor, overhead and retention of consultants, experts and attorneys that the County deems necessary to advise it on the application package. The applicant shall be billed for these costs. The Permit Administrator may bill the applicant during the Permit review process and/or at the completion of the Permit review process. Failure to pay the application fee in accordance with the determination and instructions of the Permit Administrator made pursuant to these regulations shall result in the suspension of any further proceedings on the Application until such time as the fee is paid in full. If, after receiving notice of suspension for failure to pay the required fee, the applicant fails to pay the fee within a period of 30 days, then the Application shall be deemed to have been abandoned and therefore denied without further action by the Permit Administrator and/or the Permit Authority. In the event the permit fee is not fully finalized and billed to the applicant prior to the approval of the permit, then a failure to pay the fee in full at the time of final billing shall result in an action by the Permit Authority to rescind the approval of the permit.
D. The permit authority shall reach a decision upon a permit application within ninety (90) days after the conclusion of the hearing, unless an extension is agreed to by the permit authority and the applicant.
A Permit may be transferred only with the written consent of the Permit Authority. The Permit Authority must ensure, in approving any transfer, that the proposed transferee can and will comply with all the requirements, terms, and conditions contained in the Permit and these Regulations; that such requirements, terms, and conditions remain sufficient to protect the health, welfare, and safety of the public; and that an adequate guarantee of financial security can be made. (Res. P&D 15-036, app. 7-15-2015)