Sec. 21-10-4. Proceedings before the city council.

(a) A public hearing on the proposed reversion to acreage shall be held before the city council. Notice of the public hearing on the proposed reversion to acreage shall be given not less than ten days before the date of hearing in the following manner:
(1) By publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the city of Woodland;
(2) By mailing said notice to the owners of real property within three hundred feet of the property that is the subject of the application;
(3) By mailing or delivering said notice to the initiator and property owner or the owner’s duly authorized agent;
(4) By mailing or delivering said notice to each local agency expected to provide water, sewage, streets, roads, schools or other essential facilities or services to the proposed reversion to acreage and whose ability to provide those facilities or services may be significantly affected; and
(5) Such other notice as is deemed necessary or desirable may be given.
(b) The city council may approve a reversion to acreage only if it finds that:
(1) Dedications or offers of dedication to be vacated or abandoned by the reversion to acreage are unnecessary for present or prospective public purposes;
(2) One of the following conditions is present:
(A) All owners of an interest in the real property within the subdivision have consented to the reversion, or
(B) None of the improvements required to be made have been made within two years from the date the final map or parcel map filed for record, or within the time allowed by agreement for completion of the improvements, whichever is later, or
(C) No lots shown on the final map or parcel map have been sold within five years from the date such map was filed for record.
(c) The city council may require as conditions of the reversion that the property owners dedicate or offer to dedicate streets or easements. The city council may also require that a portion of previously paid subdivision fees, deposits or improvement securities be retained if the same are necessary to accomplish any of the provisions of this chapter. (Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)