A. Filing – Final Binding Site Plan. A final binding site plan shall be filed with the department of community development at such time as the property owner(s) intends to sell or lease a portion of property as approved in a general binding site plan.
B. Limitations. The final binding site plan shall not be used to modify the provisions of the approved general binding site plan, building permit, final occupancy permit, or associated planned unit development other than to divide lots for sale or lease within areas designated for lot development in the general binding site plan.
C. Review Procedures – Final Binding Site Plan. The final binding site plan shall be reviewed for compliance with the conditions of the general binding site plan, building permit, applicable planned unit development conditions and all other applicable regulations in effect at the time of application.
D. Approval and Recording. Upon determination of consistency, the final binding site plan shall be signed by the community development director and the public works director and filed with the county auditor of the county in which the property is located. (Ord. 2123 § 2 (Exh. B), 2013; Ord. 1815 § 1, 2000; Ord. 1632 § 1, 1996).