A. If the Manager determines that a land use permittee has violated a provision of the Act, a provision of this chapter or any provision of a land use permit, or that an imminent threat exists to coastal resources or the public’s health, safety, or welfare, a land use permit may be revoked pending a hearing before the Board.
B. Revocation of a land use permit
1. Where a land use permittee is in violation of the Act, a provision of this chapter or any provisions of a land use permit, or where a stop work order or citation has been issued, the Manager shall initiate revocation proceedings by issuing a notice of revocation to the land use permittee, citing the nature of the violation, the legal authority for the proposed action, and the time and date of a hearing to be held before the Board. The land use permittee shall be given at least seven (7) days notice of the hearing.
2. The Board may revoke a land use permit based upon any of the grounds for bringing an enforcement action.
3. Upon revocation of a land use permit no further work other than emergency mitigation measures ordered by the Manager shall be done on a project, use or action until an amended or new land use permit has been applied for and obtained pursuant to the Act and the provisions of this chapter.History: Rule 8-80 (Ex. Ord. 03-80); ASCMP Reg. (Ex. Ord. 07-88); Rule 2-97, eff 4 Aug 97.