§ 154.076  FAILURE TO COMPLETE IMPROVEMENTS.
   If all the required improvements have not been completed by the end of the two-year period (or three-year period, in the case of an extension), the Administrator, with the assistance of the Village Attorney, may:
   (A)   Require the surety to perform on the bond, and to pay to this municipality an equal amount to the cost of completing the required improvements or the amount of the bond not theretofore released, whichever is less;
   (B)   Order the Village Clerk to retain all escrow funds needed to complete the required improvements, and to return the balance (if any) of such funds to the subdivider/developer; or
   (C)   Require the subdivider/developer to submit a new performance bond/escrow deposit in an amount sufficient to cover any increase in the cost of constructing the required improvements.
(1999 Code, § 34-3-19)