(a)   After any project is approved by the Planning Commission, the applicant shall commence with construction of the project not more than twelve months after the approval or the approval shall be deemed null and void by the Planning Commission.
   (b)   Applicants granted approval by the Planning Commission shall apply for a building permit within 180 days of the approval.
   (c)   Any applicant who has not complied with Section 1101.04 (b) shall have the Planning Commission approval revoked and may reapply to the Planning Commission for consideration of site plan approval.
   (d)   In no case shall a Planning Commission approval be valid for a period of longer than twelve months unless a building permit is issued and construction is commenced within that period and is diligently pursued to completion or the approved use is commenced within that time period.
   (e)   The Planning Commission may, for good cause shown, extend the time limit, set forth in Section 1101.04 (a), but in no case more than eighteen months from and/or after the date of the original issuance of the Planning Commission approval. A request to extend the time limit shall be filed with the Planning Commission not less than sixty days prior to the expiration of the original approval date.
(Ord. 2018-5.  Passed 2-12-18.)