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Permits shall be obtained as required by the specialty codes. General contractors shall obtain all permits for a given job at one time. No building permit that would result in the construction of new structures, or the enlargement or change in use of existing structures shall be issued prior to the presentation of an approved zoning permit to the Building Official by the applicant. Such zoning permit shall be issued by the Planning Director, or a designee, and shall verify that the contemplated project is in accord with all applicable zoning and planning regulations. It shall also set forth any special conditions to be met by the applicant prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy or any other planning and zoning related conditions to be enforced by the Building Official. The issuance and continued validity of any building permit issued by the City of Ashland shall be contingent on compliance by the applicant with all applicable city, county, state, or other regulations. On properties or in areas designated to be of significant historical value or interest applications for building permits, not requiring review by the Planning commission pursuant to Title 18 of the Municipal Code, shall be referred to the Ashland Historic Commission for review and recommendations, who shall have a period of time not to exceed seven days to complete such review and recommendations. (Ord. 2925, amended, 04/18/2006; Ord. 2775, amended; Ord. 2712 § 2, amended, 1993; Ord. 2685, amended, 1992; Ord. 2037 § 3, amended, 1979; Ord. 1981 § 6, amended, 1978)

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