§ 154.334  SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS.
   (A)   Compliance with Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study.  All development plans shall comply with the Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study for the High Street/State Route 94 Corridor as defined in the Comprehensive Plan of the city and adopted by the City Council per Ordinance 98-090. Compliance with the Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study must demonstrate through construction of roadway improvements, frontage roads, joint curb cuts, interconnecting driveways or other required improvements as defined in the access plan. The Planning Commission may approve plans which do not comply directly with the Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study only if in the opinion of the Planning Commission the plans achieve goals and guidelines of the Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study.
   (B)   Financial guarantee.  Financial guarantee of improvements as required in the Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study in lieu of construction of improvements shall be permitted as determined appropriate by the Planning Commission. Such instrument of financial guarantee shall be approved by the Director of Law and in force prior to issuance of any construction permits.
   (C)   Dedication and easements.  Dedication of roadways as required and/or easements between the city and private property owners or easements between property owners to effect the Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study shall be approved by the Director of Law and recorded prior to issuance of any construction permits.
   (D)   Specifications. Standards and specifications for curb cuts, frontage roads and public roads shall be as determined by the City Engineer.
   (E)   The Planning Commission may impose additional requirements beyond requirements in the Great Oaks District Transportation Impact Fee Study when the impact associated with traffic management warrants additional improvements as judged by the Planning Commission.
('65 Code, § 1349.05)  (Ord. 82-87, passed 12-1-87; Am. Ord. 98-137, passed 12-1-98)