18.93.050   Time limit for variances and temporary use permits.
   A.   Time limit: Application for necessary permits for use of the property and construction shall be made within nine months of the granting of a variance and within thirty days of the issuance of a temporary use permit. The board of adjustment may grant a different time limit on variances approved for lots or parcels that are substandard in size because of circumstances beyond the control of the property owner.
   B.   Revocation: Failure to apply for necessary permits within the time limit shall render the variance or temporary use permit null and void.
   C.   Appeal: Appeal of a board action shall suspend the running of the time limit during the period of appeal.
   D.   Time extension:
      1.   A new application for variance or temporary use permit shall be required after expiration of the time limit, unless an extension is granted by the board;
      2.   A request for a single three-month time extension may be made by submitting a written request and applicable fees for a board of adjustment public hearing.
(Ord. 1993-92 § 1, 1993; Ord. 1985-188 § 1 (part), 1985)