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K -2 <br />Class 5. Point of Historic Interest. A site of a building, stricture, or object <br />that no longer exists, but is associated with historic events or <br />persons, or architecturally significant structures. <br />C. Application of State Historical Building Code. <br />Any building or structure rated as Class 1, 2, 3 or 4 in the Newport Beach <br />Register of Historical Property shall be deemed a "qualified historical building or <br />structure" for purposes of applying the State Historical Building Code, as set <br />forth in Part 2.7 (commencing with section 189050) of Division 13 of the Health <br />and Safety Code of the State of California and Part 8 of Title 24 of the California <br />Administrative Code. The Director of the Building Department may apply the <br />said State Historical Building Code to any such building or structure, providing, <br />however, that the highest standards of structural and fire safety are maintained. <br />Class 5 properties shall be listed in the Newport Beach Register of Historical <br />Property for recognition purposes only. <br />D. Procedures. <br />1. The owner of any structure who desires that such structure be included in <br />the Register shall make application to the City Council in form prescribed <br />by the City Manager stating the characteristics of such structure in terms <br />of the criteria outlined above. The City Manager shall submit applications <br />to the Parks, Beaches, and Recreation Commission, the Arts Commission, <br />and the Newport Beach Historical Society for review and recommenda- <br />tion before submitting such application to the City Council for <br />consideration. The City Council shall consider all recommendations <br />before making its determination. <br />2. The City Council, itself or on the recommendation of the Parks, Beaches <br />and Recreation Commission, the Arts Commission, or the Newport Beach <br />Historical Society, may initiate submission of an application for <br />designation of a structure or site as a historic property. In either case, <br />planning staff shall prepare an application for the property, seek the <br />consent of the property owner(s), and refer the application to the City <br />Manager for review and City Council consideration as described above. If <br />the consent of the property owner(s) can not be obtained, staff will notify <br />the City Council of the reasons, withdraw the application, and seek City <br />Council direction on further negotiations, if any. <br />3