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Upon receipt of a completed application, the board of building standard's certification committee shall review the application and any recommendation received from the Residential Construction Advisory Committee, and shall make a recommendation to the board of building standards. The committee may ask for additional information to be submitted by the applicant prior to making a recommendation to the board. If the committee requests additional information from the applicant, failure to submit the requested information within ninety days from the date of the request may be cause for disapproval of the application by the board. After receiving a recommendation from the personnel committee, the board shall hold a certification hearing to take action on the application. The applicant may be present at the hearing to respond to any questions from the board and all interested persons appearing at such hearing may be given an opportunity to comment.
103.3.7.1.1 Certification, Approval or Denial
Following the hearing, the board may approve, table pending further review and/or receipt of additional documentation, deny the application for residential certification, or take such other action as the board deems appropriate. If the board requests additional information, failure to submit the requested information within ninety days from the date of the request shall be cause for disapproval of the application by the board. The board may require personal appearance by the applicant at the public hearing. Failure to appear shall at the time and place designated by the board for the public hearing may be cause for disapproval of the application by the board.
If the application is denied, in whole or in part, by the board of building standards, the applicant shall be notified in writing of such denial, the reason for the denial, and their rights of appeal pursuant to Sections 3781.10, 3781.101, and Chapter 119. of the Revised Code.
103.3.7.1.2 Records
The board shall retain, as a part of applications which have been approved, any or all documents submitted or electronic versions of such documents, which shall be properly marked for identification and ownership.
103.3.7.1.3 Board Action
All applications shall be considered individually by the board and the action taken shall be recorded in the minutes, noted on the application form, and the applicant notified as required.

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