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An approved development plan shall remain valid for a period of twelve (12) months following the date of its approval, unless the Planning Commission authorizes a longer period at the time of approval or grants an extension to the above stated time frame for good cause.
(a) Preliminary Development Plan. If, at the end of that time, a final development plan has not been submitted to the Building Inspector, then approval of the preliminary development plan shall expire and shall be of no effect unless resubmitted and re-approved in accordance with this Chapter.
(b) Final Development Plan. If, at the end of that time, construction of the development has not begun, then approval of such final development plan shall expire and shall be of no effect unless resubmitted and re-approved in accordance with the procedures set forth in this Chapter. Construction is deemed to have begun when all necessary excavation and piers or footings of one or more principal buildings included in the plan have been completed.
(Ord. 2012-21. Passed 7-11-12.)