16.94.100 Extensions.
   A.   Request by Subdivider. The subdivider may request an extension of the expiration date of the approved or conditionally approved tentative map by written application to the department. The application shall be filed before the map is to expire and shall state the reasons for requesting the extension. The subdivider shall be solely responsible for filing the application.
   B.   Director's Action. In approving, conditionally approving, or disapproving the request for extension, the di-rector shall make findings of fact in support of the decision.
   C.   Conditions of Approval. In granting an extension, new conditions or exactions may be imposed and existing conditions may be revised, as deemed appropriate and necessary by the director, in order to support the findings identified in Section 16.94.080(D) (Findings) and Section 16.94.140 (E) (Director's Decision on Residential Tentative Parcel Maps).
   D.   Time Limit of Extensions. The maximum number of years that a tentative map may be extended shall not exceed six (6) from the original expiration date of the map unless otherwise specified in the subdivision map act. Each extension of time granted may not exceed a total of three (3) years.
   E.   Development Fees. The subdivider shall pay any increase in applicable development fees which have occurred since the original date of the approval or conditional approval of the tentative map.
(Ord. 556 § 29, 2020; Ord. 538, Exhibit A (part), 2018; Ord. 182 § 2 (part), 1997)