Sec. 21-15-1. Sale of lots to local building contractors.

(a) As a condition of approval of a map for a residential subdivision consisting of eleven or more lots, the subdivider shall reserve for a limited period of time, for sale to consumers and builders other than the subdivider, owner, developer and builder of the subdivision the following percentage of lots, based on the total number of lots in the subdivision:
(1) In subdivisions consisting of eleven to forty-nine lots, ten percent of the lots, rounded to the nearest whole number;
(2) In subdivisions consisting of fifty or more lots, fifteen percent of the lots, rounded to the nearest whole number.
(b) Subdivision maps submitted in phases shall be considered as cumulative for purposes of this article.
(c) The lots to be reserved shall be designated at the time the final map is approved. Those lots shall be located in a contiguous area that contains five or more lots.
(d) Affected lots shall be offered for sale pursuant to Section 21-15-1 for a period of forty-five days. The subdivider shall notify the community development department in writing of the date the lots may be legally offered for sale. This forty-five day period shall commence upon written notification that the lots may be legally offered for sale. Notice of the offer for sale shall be posted in the community development department for public review. For the first ten days of the forty-five day period, the affected lots shall be offered for sale on a priority basis to local building contractors. For purposes of this article, a "local building contractor" means a builder or developer with a business license issued by the city with an office or other place of business located within the county. At the end of the forty-five day period, the subdivider will file a report with the community development department indicating:
(1) The number of lots sold pursuant to this article;
(2) The location of such lots by lot number or address; and
(3) The identity of the purchaser.
(Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)