A. The Public Works Director may approve, modify and approve, or deny the application for an encroachment permit.
B. Ministerial decisions do not require interpretation or the exercise of policy or legal judgment in evaluating approval standards. Ministerial decisions include, but are not limited to, site plan approval of building or other specialty permits and final subdivision and planned unit development plans where there are no material deviations from the approved preliminary plans. Because no discretion is involved, ministerial decisions do not qualify as land use or limited land use decisions. The process requires no notice to any party other than the applicant. The Public Works Director’s decision is final and not appealable by any party through the normal land use process. Ministerial decisions may be appealed as provided in AMC 13.02.040. (Ord. 3040, added, 11/16/2010)