§ 156.021  TIME LIMITATIONS.
   (A)   Sketch plats.  The applicant shall submit to the Community Development Department two copies of the proposed sketch plat seven days before the date of the Planning Commission meeting at which consideration is requested. The approval of a sketch plat by the Planning Commission shall be valid for a period of two years. If a preliminary plat covering all or part of the land shown in a sketch plat has not been filed with the Secretary of the Planning Commission within two years of the date of approval of the sketch plat, then all approvals shall be void and the land owner shall have no rights or privileges based upon the former approval.
   (B)   Preliminary plats.  The applicant shall submit to the Community Development Department four copies of the preliminary plat and one copy of the preliminary plat checklist 15 days before the Planning Commission meeting at which consideration is requested. At the option of the applicant, a preliminary plat may be submitted without the necessary improvement plans with a request for conditional approval from the Planning Commission. After the granting of a conditional approval of such a partial submission of a preliminary plat, the applicant shall submit the necessary improvement plans within six months. If the improvement plans are not submitted within six months, all conditional approvals shall be void. The Planning Commission shall act upon all submissions related to the preliminary plats within 75 days of the receipt of materials or the plat shall be considered to have been approved. If a final plat covering all or part of the land shown in a preliminary plat has not been filed with the Community Development Department within two years after the approval of the preliminary plat, then all approvals shall be void.
   (C)   Final plats.  The applicant shall submit to the Community Development Department four copies of the final plat and two copies of the as-built plans for all improvements installed 15 days before the Planning Commission meeting at which consideration is requested. The Planning Commission shall act upon all submissions related to final plats within 75 days of the date of receipt of materials or the plat shall be considered to have been approved. If a final plat is not filed of record with the County Clerk within six months after the approval of the Planning Commission and City Council, then all approvals shall be void.
(Ord. 1573, passed 11-13-07)