Sec. 9-3.1505.  Supplemental improvements.
   (a)   The subdivider may be required to install improvements for the benefit of the subdivision which may contain supplemental size, capacity, or number for the benefit of property not within the subdivision as a condition precedent to the approval of a subdivision or parcel map and thereafter to dedicate such improvements to the public.
   (b)   The City or appropriate entity shall enter into an agreement for reimbursement to the subdivider of the costs of the supplement capacity, size, or number.  However, the subdivider shall be reimbursed only for that portion of the costs of such improvements equal to the difference between the amount it would cost the subdivider to install improvements to serve the subdivision only and the actual costs of oversized improvements.
   (c)   To pay the costs of such a reimbursement, the Council, at its discretion, may:
   (1)   Immediately reimburse the subdivider for the entire cost of oversizing and thereafter levy a charge upon the real property benefitted thereby; or
   (2)   Collect a reasonable use charge for the account of the subdividers from persons not within the subdivision using the oversized improvements; or
   (3)   Establish and maintain local benefit districts for the levy and collection of the charge attributable to the property benefitted by the supplemental capacity.
   (d)   If the City has adopted a local drainage or wastewater plan or map as required for the imposition of fees therefor, or has established an area of benefit for bridges or major thoroughfares as provided in this chapter, the City may impose a reasonable charge on property within the area benefitted and may provide for the collection of such charge as set forth in this chapter.  The City may enter into reimbursement agreements with a subdivider who constructs such facilities, bridges, or thoroughfares, and the charges collected by the City therefor may be utilized to reimburse the subdivider as set forth in this section.
(Ord. 744-NS, eff. April 17, 1980)