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(A) When a development is to occur at locations where approved master planning documents show new public improvements, the Council may condition its approval of subdivisions, land partitions, and conditional use permits to require that the customer enter into an advance financing agreement when the Council deems the agreement will best protect the public and promote the general welfare of the city. The developer, at his or her option, may alternatively elect to be reimbursed by negotiating with the city for reimbursement of added public improvements, where provisions and funds for the negotiations exist, or by completing the public improvement without reimbursement, or by a combination of methods.
(B) In accordance with § 51.03, the City Council may determine that an advance financed public improvement will best protect the public and promote the general welfare of the city by ensuring orderly new development. In the absence of a development application, the Council may, by motion, designate the city or other public entity as the developer and direct the Manager to prepare an advance financing application.
(Ord. 334-99, passed 12-14-1998)