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Except as provided in Cal. Gov’t Code § 66452.6, an approved or conditionally approved tentative map shall expire 24 months after its approval or conditional approval. The expiration of the approved or conditionally approved tentative map shall terminate all proceedings and no final map or parcel map of all or any portion of the real property included within the tentative map shall be filed without first processing a new tentative map. The review authority may grant an extension of the expiration date for, a period or periods not to exceed three years. Requests for extensions shall be submitted in writing to the Planning Director prior to the expiration date. Upon submittal of an application by the subdivider to extend the expiration date of a tentative map, the expiration date shall automatically be extended until the application is acted upon by the review authority. If the review authority denies a subdivider’s application for extension, the subdivider may appeal the decision within ten days after the denial.
(Prior Code, § 16.03.110) (Ord. 670, passed - -1998)