Resolution to Amend the Rules and Regulations of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks

Resolution

by the

Commission on Chicago Landmarks

to Amend the

Rules and Regulations of the
Commission on Chicago Landmarks

 

February 3, 2011

 

Whereas, the Commission on Chicago Landmarks (hereinafter the “Commission”) hereby amends its Rules and Regulations as last adopted on February 5, 2009, by deleting the struck-through language and inserting the underscored language:

  • Article I [The Commission], Subsection A.1 [Membership, Officers, and Committees - Membership]:

a.        Members.  As set forth in section 2-120-590 of the Municipal Code of Chicago (the “Municipal Code”), the Commission on Chicago Landmarks (the “Commission”) shall consist of ten nine members, eight of whom shall be appointed by the Mayor, by and with the consent of the City Council.  The ninth member shall be the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development or his or her designee.  The tenth member shall be the Commissioner of the Department of Community Development or his or her designee; and 

  • Article I [The Commission], Subsection A.3 [Membership, Officers, and Committees - Committees]:

c.        Committee Membership.  The Chair shall appoint members of the Commission to serve on committees and shall also name a chair for each committee.  The Chair may also appoint members of the Commission to serve on committees on an interim basis, as required, to meet any quorum requirements as set forth in these Rules and Regulations.  The Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development shall not be a member of the Permit Review Committee; and

  • Article II [Hearings on Landmark Designations], Subsection G [Conduct of Hearing]:

2.        Incorporation into the record of various documents of the Commission, if any.  Such documents may include, but are not limited too: (i) notification to the owner or owners; (ii) certificate(s) of publication of a legal notice; (iii) letter(s) attesting to the posting of notices; (iv) the preliminary landmark recommendation and summary of information adopted by the Commission; (v) report(s) from the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development; and (iv) (vi) consent/non-consent form(s).  Documents may be examined at the hearing and are available for inspection at the Commission office; and

  • Article III [Procedure and Standards for Review of Permit Applications], Subsection F.1 [Informal Conference]:

1.         Informal Conference.  Within 10 days of receipt of the Commission’s written decision disapproving the permit application, the applicant may request in writing an informal conference with the Commission to review its decision. The Commission will conduct the informal conference within 15 days of receiving the written request unless the applicant and Commission agree in writing to an extension of the time limit. The purpose of this informal conference is to review the Commission’s decision and attempt to resolve the issues identified in the disapproval of the permit application. The Chair shall appoint a member of the Commission, other than the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development, to attend the informal conference on behalf of the Commission; and

  • Article IV [Hearings on Permit Review Applications], Subsection C [Hearing Officer]:

1.         Appointment  The Chair shall select a Hearing Officer in accordance with Article II, Section C.1, of these Rules and Regulations, except that the Chair shall not select the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development to serve as the Hearing Officer.  The Chair shall exercise the powers and duties of the Hearing Officer until a Hearing Officer is appointed.

  • Article IV [Hearings on Permit Review Applications], Subsection E.1 [Procedure]:

a.        Parties as a Matter of Right.  In any hearing held by the Commission on a permit application, the (i) applicant of the permit application, (ii) the owner of the property at issue, if different from the applicant, and (iii) the Landmarks Historic Preservation Division of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development shall be deemed parties to the hearing. All parties as a matter of right shall complete an appearance form available from the Commission and file it with the Commission by the date set by the Hearing Officer, but no later than 10 days prior to the hearing; and

  • Article IV [Hearings on Permit Review Applications], Subsection K [Final Review by the Commission]:

3.  Recusal by the Commissioner of the Department Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development

The Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development shall recuse himself or herself from any vote by the Commission on any final decision on a permit application; and

  • Article V [Hearings for Expedited Consideration of Proposed Landmark Designations and Permit Applications], Subsection C [Hearing Officer]:

1.         Appointment  The Chair shall select a Hearing Officer in accordance with Article II, Section C.1, of these Rules and Regulations, except that the Chair shall not select the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development to serve as the Hearing Officer; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks:

Section 1.   The above recitals are expressly incorporated in and made part of this resolution as though fully set forth herein.

Section 2.   The Commission hereby adopts the Rules and Regulations of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks, as revised and dated on this 3rd day of February, 2011, in accordance with § 2-120-610(9) of the Municipal Code, to be effective immediately upon publication.

Resolution

by the

Commission on Chicago Landmarks

to Amend the

Rules and Regulations of the
Commission on Chicago Landmarks

 

February 3, 2011

 

Whereas, the Commission on Chicago Landmarks (hereinafter the “Commission”) hereby amends its Rules and Regulations as last adopted on February 5, 2009, by deleting the struck-through language and inserting the underscored language:

 

·             Article I [The Commission], Subsection A.1 [Membership, Officers, and Committees - Membership]:

                         a.        Members.  As set forth in section 2-120-590 of the Municipal Code of Chicago (the “Municipal Code”), the Commission on Chicago Landmarks (the “Commission”) shall consist of ten nine members, eight of whom shall be appointed by the Mayor, by and with the consent of the City Council.  The ninth member shall be the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development or his or her designee.  The tenth member shall be the Commissioner of the Department of Community Development or his or her designee; and      

 

·             Article I [The Commission], Subsection A.3 [Membership, Officers, and Committees - Committees]:

c.                Committee Membership.  The Chair shall appoint members of the Commission to serve on committees and shall also name a chair for each committee.  The Chair may also appoint members of the Commission to serve on committees on an interim basis, as required, to meet any quorum requirements as set forth in these Rules and Regulations.  The Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development shall not be a member of the Permit Review Committee; and

 

·             Article II [Hearings on Landmark Designations], Subsection G [Conduct of Hearing]:

                         2.        Incorporation into the record of various documents of the Commission, if any.  Such documents may include, but are not limited too: (i) notification to the owner or owners; (ii) certificate(s) of publication of a legal notice; (iii) letter(s) attesting to the posting of notices; (iv) the preliminary landmark recommendation and summary of information adopted by the Commission; (v) report(s) from the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development; and (iv) (vi) consent/non-consent form(s).  Documents may be examined at the hearing and are available for inspection at the Commission office; and

 

·             Article III [Procedure and Standards for Review of Permit Applications], Subsection F.1 [Informal Conference]:

            1.         Informal Conference.  Within 10 days of receipt of the Commission’s written decision disapproving the permit application, the applicant may request in writing an informal conference with the Commission to review its decision. The Commission will conduct the informal conference within 15 days of receiving the written request unless the applicant and Commission agree in writing to an extension of the time limit. The purpose of this informal conference is to review the Commission’s decision and attempt to resolve the issues identified in the disapproval of the permit application. The Chair shall appoint a member of the Commission, other than the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development, to attend the informal conference on behalf of the Commission; and

 

·             Article IV [Hearings on Permit Review Applications], Subsection C [Hearing Officer]:

1.         Appointment  The Chair shall select a Hearing Officer in accordance with Article II, Section C.1, of these Rules and Regulations, except that the Chair shall not select the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development to serve as the Hearing Officer.  The Chair shall exercise the powers and duties of the Hearing Officer until a Hearing Officer is appointed.

 

·             Article IV [Hearings on Permit Review Applications], Subsection E.1 [Procedure]:

a.        Parties as a Matter of Right.  In any hearing held by the Commission on a permit application, the (i) applicant of the permit application, (ii) the owner of the property at issue, if different from the applicant, and (iii) the Landmarks Historic Preservation Division of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development shall be deemed parties to the hearing. All parties as a matter of right shall complete an appearance form available from the Commission and file it with the Commission by the date set by the Hearing Officer, but no later than 10 days prior to the hearing; and

 

·             Article IV [Hearings on Permit Review Applications], Subsection K [Final Review by the Commission]:

                3.  Recusal by the Commissioner of the Department Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development

               

                     The Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development shall recuse himself or herself from any vote by the Commission on any final decision on a permit application; and

 

·             Article V [Hearings for Expedited Consideration of Proposed Landmark Designations and Permit Applications], Subsection C [Hearing Officer]:

1.         Appointment  The Chair shall select a Hearing Officer in accordance with Article II, Section C.1, of these Rules and Regulations, except that the Chair shall not select the Commissioner of the Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning Housing and Economic Development to serve as the Hearing Officer; now, therefore

 

Be it resolved by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks:

 

Section 1.   The above recitals are expressly incorporated in and made part of this resolution as though fully set forth herein.

 

Section 2.   The Commission hereby adopts the Rules and Regulations of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks, as revised and dated on this 3rd day of February, 2011, in accordance with
§ 2-120-610(9) of the Municipal Code, to be effective immediately upon publication.

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