Prior to the issuance of a building permit for any dwelling unit or units, the applicant shall irrevocably offer to dedicate a portion of the land on which said unit or units are located and pay a fee for the development thereof, or pay a fee in lieu of dedication and the development fee for the purpose of providing park and recreational facilities to serve the future residents of the unit or units; provided, however, that, for projects having fifty or fewer dwelling units, only the payment of the in-lieu fee shall be required. Upon the approval of the Director of the Community Services Department, the applicant may irrevocably offer land other than the land on which the units are located. (Ord. 3474 § 2 (part); October 21, 1975: Ord. 4913 § 4 (part); March 29, 1988: Ord. 5181 § 1; October 9, 1990: Ord. 5966 § 30; April 26, 2005.)