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(a) Conditions on approval of a Tentative Map, Vesting Tentative Map, or Parcel Map, or improvement plans or agreement may relate wholly or in part to any improvements or structures which may be constructed within, or associated with, the subdivision, as well as to the subdivision itself.
(b) Subject to Section 1412.1, conditions may be required to be fulfilled before or after such filing of the related Final or Parcel Map. Where such conditions are to be fulfilled after filing of the related Final Map, the subdivider shall, where appropriate, enter into an improvement agreement and furnish security for compliance with those conditions including but not limited to security satisfying the requirements of California Government Code Section 66499, pursuant to the provisions of Article 6 and Article 8 of this Division.
(c) No conditions shall be imposed on a Tentative Map, Vesting Tentative Map or Parcel Map or improvement plans or improvement agreement that are not consistent with, exceed the limitations set forth in, or otherwise conflict with the Plans or Plan Documents.
(d) The provisions of this Code providing for Vesting Tentative Maps do not enlarge, diminish, or alter the types of conditions which may be imposed on a development, nor in any way diminish or alter the City's power to protect against a condition dangerous to the public health or safety.
(e) The Mission Bay Project Area consists of two redevelopment areas with many improvement requirements set forth in the Plans and Plan Documents which will be phased during the development of the project. Many of these improvement requirements will be required by specific, Mission Bay Project Area-wide levels of development. It is therefore possible that a Tentative Map or Parcel Map for a specific development proposal will trigger the requirement for Mission Bay Project Area- wide improvements, based on all development that has occurred to date in the Mission Bay Project Area. For purposes of the Subdivision Map Act, including, but not limited to, Government Code Section 66411.1, any such improvement requirements that are imposed as conditions upon a division of land shall be deemed to be reasonable offsite and onsite improvements for the parcels being created.
(Added by Ord. 329-98, App. 10/30/98)