A. General Authority. The director of the community development department is charged with the administration and enforcement of the provisions of this chapter.
B. Recording. The director is authorized to cause to be recorded, or to require the owner to record, in the real property records of the King County recorder’s office, the MFTE covenant with the city required under BCC 4.52.060(A), and such other document(s) as will identify such terms and conditions of eligibility for exemption under this chapter as the director deems appropriate for recording, including requirements under this chapter relating to affordability of units.
C. Power to Correct Errors. The director may at any time amend an administrative decision to correct an error clearly identifiable from the public record. Such a correction does not affect any time limit provided for in this chapter.
D. Power to Clarify. The director may at any time clarify a statement in a written administrative decision as long as the clarification does not alter the intent or effect of the decision.
E. Power to Adopt Procedures, Fees. The director may develop, adopt, and carry out procedures as needed to implement this code, including, but not limited to, setting fees and charges imposed pursuant to this code and developing procedures for periodic adjustment of these fees and charges. (Ord. 6582 § 5, 2021; Ord. 6231 § 2, 2015.)