§ 23.07.008 APPEAL.
   (A)   The subdivider or any interested person aggrieved by a decision of the Planning Commission with respect to the tentative map application may, within ten days after the date of the decision, file an appeal in writing with the Clerk of the Board. The Clerk of the Board shall set the matter for public hearing before the Board of Supervisors, the hearing to commence within 30 days after the filing of the appeal. The hearing may be continued from time to time, but must be concluded within 60 days from the date of commencement of the hearing. Notice of the hearing shall be given as provided in § 23.07.006. Within ten days following the conclusion of the hearing, the Board of Supervisors shall render its decision on the appeal. The Board of Supervisors may remand, sustain, modify, reject or overrule any recommendations or rulings of the Planning Commission and may make any findings which are consistent with the provisions of the Subdivision Map Act and this title.
   (B)   If the Board of Supervisors fails to act upon an appeal within the time limits set forth in this section, the tentative map, insofar as it complies with all other applicable provisions of the Subdivision Map Act, this title, this code and the general plan, shall be deemed to be approved or conditionally approved as last approved or conditionally approved by the Planning Commission. A tie vote by the Board of Supervisors shall be deemed a vote to uphold the Planning Commission.
(1966 Code, § 17-23) (Ord. 617, § 2(part))