(A) When the application is complete, the office shall conduct an aeronautical study for the purpose of determining if a permit be issued.
(B) The office may approve an application for a temporary structure that will be in existence for such a short duration that it will no longer occupy the same airspace at the time a formal application can be considered by the office. Such approval may be granted only if it is evident that the proposed temporary structure will not adversely affect the safety of air navigation.
(C) The office reserves the right to reject any recommendation of the FAA or other government body after final consideration of the application. However, the office shall state the reasons for rejection in each case.
(D) The office shall make available a copy of the application and the conclusions of the aeronautical study to any interested parties, including, but not limited to, airport boards, municipal and county governments' officials, airport owners and operators.
(E) In cases where the FAA has determined that an aeronautical study is needed, the office will withhold final approval until the FAA has completed its study.
(F) An FAA objection or determination of a hazard can be used as sufficient evidence for denial of a permit.