§ 23.07.001 GENERAL.
   (A)   The form, content, submittal and approval of tentative maps shall conform to the provisions of the Subdivision Map Act and this title.
   (B)   An application for approval of a tentative map pursuant to this chapter shall not be deemed complete until the subdivider has obtained all other necessary discretionary county approvals for the development that are required pursuant to the provisions of this code.
   (C)   Within the boundaries of an adopted specific plan, the subdivider may submit and the county may approve an application, in accordance with § 23.07.005, for a "large lot" tentative map consisting of large, non-buildable lots; provided, however, said large lot map shall not be construed to create any buildable lots and shall be utilized only for financing and/or infrastructure planning purposes. The subdivider may not build any structures on any lots identified on any such "large lot" tentative map approved under this section until such time as the subdivider seeks and obtains approval of a tentative subdivision map or parcel map in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Subdivision Map Act and the county's Subdivision Ordinance that further subdivides and creates such buildable lots.
(1966 Code, § 17-16) (Ord. 617, § 2(part); Ord. 860, § 4 (part), 2010)