C. Completeness Review
See § 18.40.040 Completeness Review.
2. The Planning Commission may approve, approve with conditions, or deny the final plat.
3. The Planning Commission shall render its decision within 60 days after its first meeting after the plat is submitted to the Planning Official. If the Planning Commission fails to timely render its decision, the plat is deemed approved.
5. If the Planning Commission finds that the plat does not conform to subsection E below, it shall notify the owner or owners of that fact. The notice shall be in writing and shall specify in detail the reasons the plat does not conform to subsection E.
6. If the plat conforms to subsection E, the Planning Commission chair shall endorse on the plat the fact that the plat has been submitted to and approved by the Planning Commission. The secretary of the Planning Commission shall attest the chair's signature.
E. Approval Criteria
1. The Planning Commission shall approve a final plat if it determines that:
F. Subsequent Applications
G. Scope of Approval
1. After the Governing Body endorses its acceptance of lands and easements dedicated for public purposes, the final plat shall be recorded with the Register of Deeds of Johnson County as provided by law. No plat shall be recorded with the Register of Deeds prior to its endorsement by the Mayor.
2. After the applicant provides public improvements assurances and records the final plat, the applicant may construct the improvements shown on the plat and proceed to the building permit approval process.
1. Final plats shall be recorded with the Register of Deeds office within two (2) years following Governing Body approval of land dedicated to public purposes. Final plats which are not timely recorded are null and void.
I. Final Plat Extensions
1. Requests for final plat extension shall be made in writing to the Planning Official prior to the two (2) year expiration date provided above. Final plat extensions may only be granted by one of the following:
a. The Planning Official may administratively grant a one (1) year extension if no changes are made to any City ordinance, regulation or approved plans that would require a change in the final plat. The applicant may appeal the Planning Official’s denial of an extension to the Planning Commission.
b. The Planning Commission, upon appeal from the Planning Official’s decision to deny a final plat extension, may grant the one (1) year extension upon finding that the extension will not impact the City’s ability to administer current ordinances or regulations.