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Section 1202.06    City Manager

As amended by the Charter of the City of Hudson from time to time, the powers and functions of the
City Manager and his staff with respect to administering this Code are as follows:

  1. Site Plans--Generally. Review and make recommendations to the Planning Commission on all applications for site plans.

  2. Site Plans-Minor Developments. Review and take final action on site plan applications for minor developments, or as necessary refer such applications to the Planning Commission.

  3. Amendments to Code. Review and make recommendations to the Planning Commission on all applications for private-party-initiated text or map amendments to this Code.

  4. Planned Developments. Review and make recommendations to the Planning Commission on all applications for preliminary and final Planned Developments.

  5. Subdivisions.  Review and make recommendations to the Planning Commission on all applications for preliminary and final subdivisions.
  6. Conditional Uses. Review and make recommendations to the Planning Commission on all applications for conditional uses.

  7. Minor Modifications. Review and take final action on applications for minor modifications.

  8. Minor Subdivisions. Review and take final action on applications for minor subdivisions.

  9. Annual Residential Development Allocation. Conduct studies and make recommendations to the Planning Commission regarding an annual residential development allocation pursuant to Chapter 1211 of this Code.

  10. Architecture/Design/Historic Preservation Compliance-Generally. Review and make recommendations to the Architectural and Historic Board of Review on applications for residential and commercial development relating to compliance with architectural/design and/or historic preservation guidelines and requirements.

  11. Architecture/Design/Historic Preservation Compliance - Minor Residential Improvements. Review and take final action on zoning applications for minor residential improvements, or as necessary refer such applications to the AHBR.

  12. Change of Use. Review and take final action on applications for change of nonresidential occupancy of structures or land.

  13. Appointments. Appoint authorized zoning enforcement officers for purposes of carrying out the duties and responsibilities for enforcement of this Code and of Part Fourteen of the City of Hudson Codified Ordinances.