16.16.140  APPROVAL BY CITY COUNCIL.
   At its first regular meeting following the filing of the map with the City Clerk, or within ten days following the filing thereof, the City Council shall consider the map, the plan of subdivision and the offers of dedication. The City Council may reject any or all offers of dedication. If the City Council shall determine that the map is in conformity with the requirements of this chapter and that it is satisfied with the plan of subdivision, it shall approve the map. When the subdivider shall have filed with the City Clerk the agreement and bond, or made the deposit described in Section 16.16.150, and when such agreement and bond shall have been approved by the City Attorney, as to form, and by the city engineer as to sufficiency, the City Clerk shall transmit the map to the clerk of the county board of supervisors. When all bonds, money, or negotiable bonds required under the provision of this chapter to secure the payment of taxes and assessments which are a lien on some part of the subdivision but which are not yet payable, have been deposited with and approved by the board of supervisors, the clerk of the board shall transmit the final map to the county recorder. If the City Council shall determine either that the map is not in conformity with the requirements of this chapter, or that it is not satisfied with the plan of subdivision, it shall disapprove said map specifying its reason or reasons therefor and the City Clerk shall in writing advise the subdivider of such disapproval and of the reason or reasons for such disapproval. Within thirty days after the City Council has disapproved any map, the subdivider may file with the planning commission a map altered to meet the approval of the City Council . In such case the subdivider shall conform to all the requirements imposed upon him or her by this chapter when filing the first final map with the planning commission, and the same proceedings shall be had thereon as are prescribed by this chapter upon the filing of the first final map with the planning commission. No map shall have any force or effect until the same has been approved by the City Council and no title to any property described in any offer of dedication shall pass until this recordation of the final map. (Ord. 89 § 4.6(c), 1955).