(A)   The Commission shall take action and report within 45 calendar days from the date of submission of the final plan. Otherwise, such plan shall be deemed to have been approved, and a certificate as to the date of submission of the final plan for approval to the Commission and the failure of said Commission to report action thereon within 45 calendar days shall be issued on demand of the developer or his or her agent by the Commission.  The grounds of modification or of disapproval of any final plan submitted to the Commission shall be stated on the records of the Commission, and may include the refusal or failure of the developer to furnish such documents as the Commission may require pursuant to these regulations, or to comply with such provisions of the following division as the Commission may have required as prerequisites to approval of the final plan.
   (B)   Prior to final approval of the plan by the Planning Commission, the plan shall be submitted by the Commission, together with recommendations, to City Council for approval.  Final approval by the Commission shall not be granted unless the plan has been approved by City Council.
   (C)   After completion of all procedures and upon approval of a final plan, the Commission shall notify the subdivider or his or her agent of such actions. The developer shall then present this plan for the required signatures of the County Metropolitan Planning Department, the Commission, and the city, and subsequently be recorded.  In no case shall the plan be recorded after 90 days from the date of the original approval by the city and Commission.  Should the developer fail to record the final plan within such a period, the approval shall be null and void unless an extension of time is requested in writing by the developer.
(Ord. 1286, passed 6-7-1982)