§ 155.566  PRELIMINARY PLAN; STATUS WHEN APPROVED.
   Approval of a preliminary plan shall not constitute approval of the final plan nor qualify a plat of the planned unit development for recording; rather, it shall be deemed an expression of approval of the preliminary plan as a guide to preparation for the final plan. A preliminary plan which has been granted approval as submitted or approval with conditions or modifications shall not be modified or revoked nor otherwise impaired by action of the village pending an application for final approval without the consent of the landowner, provided that application for final approval is filed within the time or times specified in the resolution granting preliminary approval. In the event that a plan is given preliminary approval and thereafter, but prior to final approval, the landowner chooses to abandon such plan and so notifies the Planning and Zoning Board in writing, or fails to file application for final plan approval within the required time period, the preliminary plan approval shall be deemed to be revoked, and all that portion of the area included in the plan for which final approval has not been given shall be subject to those local ordinances applicable thereto. No building permit shall be issued for any structure until approval of the final plan by the Village Board.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 22, subs. .220, passed 2-15-1999)