a PUD. The Planning Commission has the power to decide whether or not to allow the PUD based on their experience, knowledge, public hearing and the standards set forth herein.) Accompanying all preliminary plats shall be calculations for overall density, parking requirements and other material the Planning Commission may reasonably require. Furthermore, the Planning Commission may establish a schedule of reasonable fees to be charged for plat review.
If the Planning Commission approves the preliminary plat the developer may proceed with activities leading to final plat approval providing that the project shall be developed in conformance with the approved preliminary plat.
Zoning permits shall be required for each building in accordance with Section 310 through 330 of these Regulations.
c.Expiration of Approval
Final approval of a PUD shall expire if road and utility improvements on the site have not been completed within one (1) year of original approval and/or if the project
is abandoned for more than twenty-four (24) consecutive
months. An extension of time shall be requested by the
property owner and /or the owner's legal counsel, by
letter submitted to the Administrator and the request
placed on the next Commission docket.(Abandonment shall
be deemed to have occurred when the above mentioned
improvements have not been made pursuant to the approved
All approved PUD plats shall be recorded in the County Clerk's Office