§ 1314.



The proposed subdivider, or any interested party may appeal to the Board from a final decision of the Director approving, conditionally approving, or disapproving a Tentative Map, or a Parcel Map for which a Tentative Map is not required. Any such appeal must be filed in writing with the Clerk of the Board within 10 days of release of the decision appealed, and must be accompanied by the fee specified in Section 1315 (b) of this Code.


The Director shall mail or deliver to the proposed subdivider, any tenant in a property for which a Conversion is proposed, and any person who owns property within 300 feet of a proposed subdivision, other than a Conversion for which a Tentative Map is not required, notice of: (1) his or her decision on any Tentative Map, or Parcel Map for which a Tentative Map is not required, and of any conditions which may have been incorporated in a conditional approval; (2) the right to appeal the Director’s decision; and (3) the availability for examination of the Director’s report.


With respect to appeals under this Section, the Board shall schedule a hearing on the appeal to be held within 30 days after the appeal has been filed, and shall give notice as provided in Section 1313 (a)(1) and to the persons entitled to notice of the Director’s decision under Section 1314 (b). The Board also shall publish notice of the hearing in at least one newspaper of general circulation within the City and County of San Francisco.


(Amended by Ord. 427-85, App. 9/12/85; Ord. 283-08, File No. 081235, App. 12/5/2008)


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