How do I appeal a denied building permit application?

Appeals must be filed within thirty days after the date of the decision by the City Manager, (or representative thereof), from which the denial is made. All appeals must be in the form of a typewritten letter and must include sufficiently detailed plans to clearly show the scope of the work, if applicable. Eight copies of the application and all required information, including the plans and survey, must be submitted in order for the appeal to be considered. A filing fee of $200 must accompany the application.

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1. How do I get a permit?
2. What do I need to submit with my application?
3. How long will it take to receive my permit?
4. Do I need to submit the permit fee with the application?
5. What if my application is incomplete or denied?
6. How do I appeal a denied building permit application?
7. How long is the permit valid?
8. How much will the permit cost?
9. How can I pay for a permit?
10. When can I begin working on my project?
11. What types of inspections will I need?
12. How do I schedule an inspection