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A. Any Applicant subject to an Adverse Action or their Close Family Member who believes the Adverse Action was based on a violation of this Chapter shall have the right to submit a complaint to the City within one year of the date the Applicant submitted an application to the Housing Provider or the date of the violation, whichever is earlier. The City will schedule an administrative hearing before a hearing officer designated by the City Manager within 90 days of the date of submission of the complaint. The deadlines set forth in this Paragraph may be extended with the consent of all parties.

B. The parties shall have the following rights at an administrative hearing conducted pursuant to this Section:

1. To have an advocate of their choosing to represent them at the hearing;

2. To present any relevant witnesses and evidence, which will be considered without regard to the admissibility under the Rules of Evidence applicable to a judicial proceeding;

3. To examine the other party’s evidence and to rebut and cross-examine any witnesses;

4. To have a translator present at the hearing, when translation is reasonably necessary and reasonably available;

5. To request any reasonable accommodation needed to participate in the hearing process; and

6. To record the hearing.

C. Where the City determines that a violation of the Chapter has occurred, the City shall issue a determination and order any appropriate relief under this Chapter. (Ord. 7692-NS § 1 (part), 2020)