§ 87.02.130  Extensions of Time for Tentative Maps.
   When a subdivider has not completed all Tentative Map or Vesting Tentative Map conditions of approval and timely filed a Parcel or Final Map with the County within the time limits established by § 87.02.120, time extensions may be granted in compliance with this Section, § 86.06.060 (Time Limits and Extensions), and Map Act §§ 66452.6 and 66463.5.
   (a)   Filing of Extension Request.  An extension request shall be in writing and shall be filed with the Department on or before the date of expiration of the approval or previous extension, together with the required filing fee.
   (b)   Findings for Approval of Extension.  Extensions to the initial time limit may be granted only after first finding all of the following:
      (1)   There have been no changes to the provisions of the General Plan, any applicable community plan, any applicable specific plan, or this Development Code applicable to the project since the approval of the Tentative Map;
      (2)   There have been no changes in the character of the site or its surroundings that affect how the policies of the General Plan, any applicable community plan, any applicable specific plan, or other standards of this Development Code apply to the project; and
      (3)   There have been no changes to the capacities of community resources, including but not limited to water supply, sewage treatment or disposal facilities, roads, or schools so that there is no longer sufficient remaining capacity to serve the project.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007)