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(A) From time to time the Zoning Administrator may review planned unit developments within the city and may make a report to the City Council on the status of noncompliance for a particular planned unit development. If the Zoning Administrator finds that the development has not commenced within 1 year after the original approval of the conditional use for the planned unit development, the Zoning Administrator may recommend that the City Council extend the time or revoke the conditional use permit as set forth in § 196.06 (Revocation) of this title. Prior to cancellation or revocation of this permit, the City Council shall hold a public hearing at which time all interested parties will be given an opportunity to be heard.
(B) For additional phases of the planned unit development, if within 5 years the project has not progressed, the Zoning Administrator may recommend that the City Council determine what action will be taken with the remainder of the project. Prior to determining the outcome of the planned unit development, the City Council shall hold a public hearing at which time all interested parties will be given an opportunity to be heard.
(C) Minor changes in the location, placement, and heights of the buildings or structures may be authorized by the Zoning Administrator if required by engineering or other circumstances not foreseen at the time the final development plan was approved.
(D) Approval of the Planning Commission and City Council shall be required for other changes such as rearrangement of lots, blocks, and building tracts. These changes shall be consistent with the purpose and intent of the approved final development plan.
(E) Any amendment to the planned unit development shall require the same procedures as for the application for a conditional use permit as set forth Chapter 196 (Conditional Use Permits) of this title.
(Ord. 2011-06-07A, passed 6-7-2011)