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(a) A variance, once granted, shall not be withdrawn or changed unless there is a change of circumstances. Further:
(1) If, after the expiration of one year, no substantial construction has begun and the variance request and approval were not a portion of a plan approved further by the Planning Commission, the variance shall be deemed null and void.
(2) If, however, the variance approvals have become part of a plan which ultimately has been approved by the Planning Commission, these variance approvals shall remain in effect as part of that plan, including any extension period granted by the Planning Commission and Council.
(Ord. 94-87. Passed 5-17-94.)
(b) If an appeal has been denied by the Board, it need not reconsider the same appeal if it is resubmitted within six months after the date of the decision unless the underlying conditions have substantially changed.
(Ord. 1970-232. Passed 9-15-71.)