A. In any case where the conditions of granting of a use permit have not, or are not, complied with, the planning commission shall give notice to the permittee by certified mail sent to the address shown on the application for the use permit, at least ten days prior to a hearing thereon. At the conclusion of the hearing the planning commission may revoke such permit. Such revocation shall be subject to the right of appeal in the same manner as set forth in Chapter 20.58.
B. In any case where a substantial start has not been made to use the use permit within one year after the date of granting thereof, or the use permit has been abandoned for a period of one year, then, without further action by the planning commission or board of supervisors, the use permit granted shall be null and void. Evidence of a substantial start or abandonment of a use permit may be reviewed by the planning commission as per subsection A of this section. (Ord. 78-19 (part), 1978; Ord. 67-10 § 5.0504, 1967.)