(A)   Permits expire on December 31 of the third year following the original issuance date.
   (B)   If a permitted project has achieved start of construction, but is not complete by the expiration date of the permit, the permitee may submit in writing a request for an extension to the Administrator. Upon receipt of such request, the Administrator may extend the expiration date for a maximum of three years for permitted activities that are outside of the special management areas. Expiration dates for permitted activities within the special management areas may also be extended for a maximum of three years, if the activity is in compliance with the current requirements of this subchapter.
   (C)   If a permitted project has not received start of construction within one year of the date of the permit, then the development shall comply with any new floodplain management regulations, including updated FIRM, FIS and LOMR, that took effect after the issuance date.
(Ord. 2019-03, passed 4-15-2019)