Each copy of a permit, posted as required in Section 5 of this Article, shall have attached thereto, during such posting, a notice which shall specify the following:
The name and address of the permittee.
That said permit has been issued authorizing the doing of the things set forth.
That any person who may deem that his interests or property or that the general public interest will be adversely affected as the result of operation authorized by or under such permit shall have the right to appeal to the Board of Appeals; that such right may be exercised by filing a notice of appeal from the order or decision granting said permit with the Board of Appeals at its office, within 10 days after the issuance of the permit, and that said notice of appeal may include a statement of grounds of appeal or objections to the issuance of said permit.
The date of the last day within which said notice may be filed.
Unless otherwise provided by law, the cost of all posting required by Sections 5 and 6 hereof shall be paid by the applicant at the time of issuance of permit. The cost of each such posting shall be $2.50, except that only one fee of $2.50 shall be charged as to such posting of permits issued simultaneously to any one owner for the construction of two or more new buildings or structures of the same use or occupancy, size and construction located on the same or adjoining lots. In such instances, a fee of $0.25 shall be added as the cost of each such additional related posting. For this purpose, adjoining lots shall be deemed to include all lots facing on any one street which constitute a single area of land in any one block.
(Added by Ord. 4541, App. 7/30/47)