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(1) The planning director’s approval of an application shall expire in 12 months, 18 months, or 36 months from the effective date of approval, depending upon the type of land use application as specified in Table 9.7230 Expiration of Type II Application Approvals, or as provided in subsections (2) through (9) of this section. If an application approval has expired according to any of the conditions stated in subsections (2) through (9), the original application approval is revoked and a new application must be filed.

Table 9.7230 Expiration of Type II Application Approvals

Application

12 months

18 months

36 months

Adjustment Review

X

Conditional Use Permit, Modification

X

Design Review

X

Design Review, Modification

X

Historic Property, Alteration

X

Partition:

 – Tentative Plan

X

Planned Unit Development, Final

X

Planned Unit Development, Modification

X

Site Review

X

Site Review, Modification

X

Standards Review

X

Standards Review, Modification

X

Subdivision:

 – Tentative Plan

X

Traffic Impact Analysis Review

X

Variance

X

(2) Modifications to a conditional use permit shall be effective for 18 months after the effective date of approval. Within that time, the applicant shall submit to the city a final approved site plan and a development permit application or shall commence the authorized activity if no development permit is required. If the applicant fails to meet this requirement, the approval of the modification automatically expires. Prior to the expiration date, the applicant may submit another modification application requesting a change to the commencement or expiration time period.

(3) Historic property alteration approval shall be effective for 18 months after the effective date of approval, and construction shall commence within that time. The planning director may extend the commencement or completion time period if the applicant files an extension request with the city prior to the expiration of the applicable time period.

(4) Tentative partition approval shall be effective for 18 months after the effective date of approval. Within that time, any conditions of approval shall be fulfilled and the final plat, as approved by the city, shall be recorded at Lane County Deeds and Records. If the approved final plat is not recorded within 12 months after the final plat is submitted, the tentative partition approval is revoked and the land division procedures must be repeated.

(5) Final planned unit development approvals and modifications to a planned unit development approval shall be effective for 36 months after the effective date of approval. Within that time, the applicant shall submit to the city a final plan and an application for a development permit. Prior to the expiration date, the applicant may submit a modification requesting a change to the commencement or expiration time period. Unless the planning director provides otherwise, expiration of final plan approval of any phase automatically voids approval of all phases on which construction has not commenced.

(6) Approvals for site review and standards review not considered as part of another land use application and modifications of such approvals shall be effective for 18 months after the effective date of approval. Within that time, the applicant shall submit a final plan and an application for a development permit. Prior to the expiration date, the applicant may submit a modification requesting a change to the commencement or expiration time period. Site review or standards review approvals that are considered as part of another land use application shall be effective for the same time period as the primary land use application.

(7) Tentative subdivision approval shall be effective for 36 months after the effective date of approval. Within that time, any conditions of approval shall be fulfilled and the final plat, as approved by the city, shall be recorded by the applicant at Lane County Deeds and Records.

(8) Variance approvals shall be effective for 18 months after the effective date of approval. Within that time, the applicant must obtain a development permit, if necessary, or otherwise commence the approved use.

(9) Approvals for adjustment review or traffic impact analysis review not considered as part of another land use application shall be effective for 18 months after the effective date of approval. Within that time, the applicant shall submit an application for a development permit or the approval shall expire. Adjustment review or traffic impact analysis review approvals that are considered as part of another land use application shall be effective for the same time period as the primary land use application.

(Section 9.7230, see chart at front of Chapter 9 for legislative history from 2/26/01 through 6/1/02; amended by Ordinance No. 20269, enacted November 25, 2002, effective December 25, 2002; Ordinance No. 20351, enacted November 14, 2005, effective January 1, 2006; Ordinance No. 20417, enacted August 11, 2008, effective July 7, 2009; Ordinance No. 20460, enacted July 12, 2010, effective August 14, 2010; and Ordinance No. 20569, enacted November 14, 2016, effective December 17, 2016.)