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The commission shall consider and decide appeals where it is alleged there is error in any order, requirement, condition, decision or determination made by the director regarding approval or denial of a floodplain permit or certificate of compliance.

A. The appellant shall file an appeal with the commission clerk within 10 calendar days after the director’s decision. The appellant shall include their name or names, their interest in the matter, their address, and which order, requirement, condition, decision or determination made is being appealed.

B. The commission may reverse or affirm, wholly or in part, or modify the order, requirement, condition, decision or determination under appeal, so long as such action is in conformity with this chapter. The commission shall make its decision in writing, setting forth its findings of fact, reasons for its decisions and corrective actions to be taken, if necessary.

C. Either the appellant or appellee may appeal the commission’s decision to superior court. Appeals may be made in accordance with the Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure. (Ord. 2021-27 § 4, 2021; Ord. 2009-55 § 2, 2010; Ord. 92-001 § 3, 1992; Ord. 86-019 § 4, 1986; Ord. 85-124 § 3, 1985. 2004 Code § 15.04.060.)