Template Submission Documents – We have created template documents with special order forms that prompt you to enter all the necessary information, including descriptions of errors, corrections and changes to administrative procedures. We recommend that you use these model documents: (2) Prior correction of the infringement. The hearing may be cancelled and no fine may be imposed if the city manager or delegate authorizes the corrective measures completed and necessary at least forty-eight hours before the hearing, except where the offences constitute repeated infringements or where the infringements create a situation or condition which cannot be corrected, or if: that a hearing is necessary to ensure compliance. or the city manager or delegate undertakes to extend the deadline for correcting the infringement in accordance with PMC 1.03.030. The EPCRS recipe procedure provides general instructions for correcting errors and provides details on some acceptable correction methods. Given the agreement of the city to conclude a VCA, the responsible person must give up completely and does not have the right to be heard administratively or judicially under this title or by any other means with regard to the infringement and / or the necessary corrective measures. The VCA is a definitive and binding agreement, it is not a settlement agreement and its content cannot be disputed. (Ord. O2011-302§ 2 (Att. (A)) (20) “by-law” means and includes all the requirements expressed in the following provisions of the Puyallup Municipal Code, including all standards, by-laws and procedures adopted under that Decree; and the terms and conditions of any permit granted by the City or any accompanying agreement with the City, as amended now or in the following: (4) Renewal.
An extension of the time specified in the notice of civil violation to correct the violation may not be granted, except by order of the hearing examiner to comply with the Code or with the written consent of the City Manager or Commissioner and the person responsible for the violation. (3) Issuance of a voluntary correction agreement. A voluntary correction agreement may be concluded between the person responsible for the offence and the city acting through the city manager or delegate. . . .