§ 154.89  TIME LIMITS.
   (A)   The final development plan(s) shall be submitted within one year of approval of the preliminary development plan or the approval of the preliminary development plan will expire and the plan will be deemed null and void.
   (B)   Upon expiration of the preliminary development plan, the property shall still be zoned as a planned development with a voided preliminary development plan. The property owner or agent may submit an application and new preliminary development plan for consideration pursuant to § 154.84.
   (C)   Upon the expiration of the preliminary development plan, the GPHPC or Village Council may initiate hearings to remove the planned development district.
   (D)   The GPHPC may authorize an extension of these time limits if good cause is shown for the delay of the final development plan submission.
   (E)   For phased developments, the GPHPC and Village Council may approve a phased final development plan schedule as part of the preliminary development plan approval. In such case, the approved time frames shall establish when the approved preliminary plan shall expire.
(Ord. 2006-12, passed 5-1-06)