CHAPTER 21. SUBDIVISIONS.
Article 7. Expirations and Extensions of Approvals.
Sec. 21-7-1. Expiration and extension of tentative map approval.
(a) Expiration. The approval or conditional approval of a tentative map
shall expire thirty-six months from the date the map was approved or
conditionally approved. Failure to file a final map or parcel map in compliance
with Article 9 of this chapter with the city engineer within such period shall
terminate all proceedings, and any subdivision of the same land shall require
the filing and processing of a new tentative map.
(b) Extension. The
subdivider may request an extension of the tentative map approval or conditional
approval by written application to the planning commission; such application to
be filed with the community development department at least thirty days before
the approval or conditional approval is due to expire. The application shall
state the reasons for requesting the extension and shall be accompanied by such
fees as set by resolution of the city council as amended from time to time. The
planning commission may deny the request or grant an extension with the existing
conditions of approval.
(c) Any extension or extensions of a tentative map
approval or conditional approval granted by the planning commission shall not
exceed an aggregate of sixty months. Modification of a tentative map after
approval or conditional approval shall not extend the time limits imposed by
this section. (Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)