(a) A local government may exercise the option provided in subdivision (b) of Section 30600, if it does so for the entire area of its jurisdiction within the coastal zone and after it establishes procedures for the issuance of coastal development permits. Such procedures shall incorporate, where applicable, the interpretive guidelines issued by the commission pursuant to Section 30620.
(b) If a local government elects to exercise the option provided in subdivision (b) of Section 30600, the local government shall, by resolution adopted by the governing body of such local government, notify the commission and shall take appropriate steps to assure that the public is properly notified of such action. The provisions of subdivision (b) of Section 30600 shall take effect and shall be exercised by the local government on the 10th working day after the date on which the resolution required by this subdivision is adopted.
(c) Every local government exercising the option provided in subdivision (b) of Section 30600 or acting on coastal development permits prior to certification of its local coastal program pursuant to Sections 30520, 30600.5, and 30624, shall within five working days notify the commission and any person who, in writing, has requested such notification, in the manner prescribed by the commission pursuant to Section 30600.5 or 30620, of any coastal development permit it issues.
(d) Within five working days of receipt of the notice required by subdivision (c), the executive director of the commission shall post, at a conspicuous location in the commission’s office, a description of the coastal development permit issued by the local government. Within 15 working days of receipt of such notice, the executive director shall, in the manner prescribed by the commission pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 30620, provide notice of the locally issued coastal development permit to members of the commission.