Sec. 21-11-4. Extension.

(a) The city engineer may extend the completion date upon written request by the subdivider and the submittal of adequate evidence to justify the extension. The request shall be made at least thirty days before the expiration of the subdivision agreement. At the discretion of the city engineer, the subdivider may be required to enter into a subdivision improvement agreement extension with the city. The agreement shall be prepared by the city engineer, approved as to form by the city attorney, and executed by the subdivider prior to being transmitted to the city council for its consideration. If approved by the city council, the mayor shall execute the agreement on behalf of the city.
(b) In passing upon a request for an improvement agreement extension, the city may require the following:
(1) Revision of improvement plans to provide for current design and construction standards when required by the city engineer;
(2) Revision of improvement construction estimates to reflect current improvement costs as approved by the city engineer;
(3) Increase of improvement securities in accordance with revised construction estimates;
(4) Increase of inspection fees to reflect current construction costs; however, inspection fees are not subject to decrease or refund;
(5) The city council or city engineer, as the case may be, may impose additional requirements considered necessary as a condition to approving a time extension for the completion of improvements;
(6) Subsections (b)(1) and (b)(5) of this section are not applicable to improvement agreements on vesting tentative maps.
(c) The subdivider shall pay the costs incurred by the city in processing the extension request and extension agreement. (Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)