Are there other City permits required for building?

In addition to the DRB permit described above, some projects also require review by the City’s Planning Commission. The Planning Commission is a five-member citizen committee appointed by the City Council. The Planning Commission reviews and acts on various discretionary permits such as variances and conditional use permits, and advises the City Council on other land use matters such as zoning amendments and subdivisions. The Planning Commission generally meets once a month at 6 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month. The steps involved in submittal of plans for Planning Commission review and the review process itself are roughly the same as that described above for the Design Review Board.

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1. What is the Design Review Board?
2. Is there a preferred architectural style in Del Mar?
3. When does the DRB meet?
4. What steps are involved in the Design Review Board process?
5. The DRO standards seem to be so subjective. How can you ensure that they are carried out fairly?
6. How do I object to a project at the DRB?
7. Are there other City permits required for building?
8. Can I appeal the decision of the DRB or PC?