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File #: REP 15-050    Version: 1 Name: CMC Ch. 18.55.130 Inactive applications
Type: Informational Report Status: Meeting Item
File created: 1/9/2015 In control: PLANNING COMMISSION
On agenda: 1/21/2015 Final action:
Title: Workshop for Land development applications and time limits for inactivity Details: There is an understanding that development applications may progress at the discretion of applicant, aside from the city's requirements to respond and issue decisions. Some applicants request that their development application, after being determined "technically complete", be placed on hold, essentially stopping the regulatory time clock for decision making. The reasons vary, although it is typically requested when ownership of a project changes hands, or there are technical studies that must be conducted in order to proceed. The city is concerned about the effect to the community when a development application is inactive for years, and the vested codes are no longer consistent with current regulations, particularly current environmental regulations. Presenter: Sarah Fox, Senior Planner
Code sections: Chapter 18.55 - ADMINISTRATION AND PROCEDURES
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 (MC15-01), 2. Exhibit 2 (MC15-01), 3. Exhibit 3 (MC15-01)
Related files: ORD 15-005
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Workshop for Land development applications and time limits for inactivity
Details: There is an understanding that development applications may progress at the discretion of applicant, aside from the city's requirements to respond and issue decisions.  Some applicants request that their development application, after being determined "technically complete", be placed on hold, essentially stopping the regulatory time clock for decision making.  The reasons vary, although it is typically requested when ownership of a project changes hands, or there are technical studies that must be conducted in order to proceed.  The city is concerned about the effect to the community when a development application is inactive for years, and the vested codes are no longer consistent with current regulations, particularly current environmental regulations.
Presenter:  Sarah Fox, Senior Planner
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Recommended Action:  Discussion only
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