(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 184772, 187339 and 188170, effective January 20, 2017.)
A. Any Person against whom a deficiency determination is made under Section 6.04.090 or civil penalties assessed under Section 6.04.170 may petition for a redetermination within the time required in Section 6.04.090. The deficiency determination becomes final at the expiration of the allowable time.
B. If a petition for redetermination is filed within the time provided in Subsection 6.04.090 A.3., the Director will reconsider the deficiency determination or civil penalties, and, if requested in the petition, will grant an oral hearing and give 10 days notice of the time and place of the hearing. The Director may continue the hearing from time to time as may be necessary.
C. The Director may adjust the amount of the deficiency determination as a result of the hearing and, if an increase is determined, such increase will be payable immediately after the hearing.
D. The Director’s order or decision becomes final 10 days after service upon the petitioner unless an appeal is filed with the Business License Appeals Board or Hearings Officer, if applicable, within 10 days after service.
E. No petition for redetermination or other appeal will be accepted and no petition or appeal is effective for any purpose unless the Operator has first complied with the payment provisions and has paid in full the amount determined to be due in the deficiency determination or civil penalty that is being appealed.