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Every person entity, firm or corporation selling, or offering for sale, new residential property within an approved subdivision tract in the City shall:
(a) Current zoning information. Attach, affix, or incorporate into all printed matter relating to sales information about such residential properties, or otherwise make available to prospective buyers or display in a conspicuous location in the sales office, copies of the latest revised edition of the City of Thousand Oaks General Plan of Land Use, any specific plan of which the development is a part, the latest revised edition of the City of Thousand Oaks Zoning District Map, and the latest revised edition of a map showing all schools and parks, including the development status of each site, within the City. The map shall indicate that circumstances may change affecting the location and development of any proposed or partially developed school or park site.
(b) Forwarding of notices of public hearing. Upon receipt of any mailed, written notice of a public hearing held pursuant to Title 9 of this Code for the consideration of a zoning matter, subdivision or other development entitlement, forward that notice or a copy of that notice to each individual owner or buyer under a purchase contract of any lot or dwelling unit within that residential tract. The failure to forward such in a reasonably timely manner shall be deemed a violation of this section and subject the violator to the penalty provisions of Chapter 2 of Title 1 of this Code. However, any failure to forward the notices, as required by this section, shall not invalidate or affect the referenced public hearing.
(§ 1, Ord. 569-NS, eff. May 13, 1976, as amended by § 1, Ord. 1020-NS, eff. April 11, 1989)