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ORDINANCE 2005- 012 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING LAND <br />DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS (LDRS) CHAPTER 913, SUBDIVISION AND PLATS, BY <br />AMENDING SECTION 913.07 REGARDING PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR <br />SUBMITTING AND PROCESSING SUBDIVISION APPLICATIONS AND 913 10 SECURITY <br />FOR CONSTRUCTION AND FOR MAINTENANCE OF REQUIRED IMPROVEMENTS. <br />BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER <br />COUNTY, FLORIDA THAT THE, INDIAN RIVER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT <br />REGULATIONS (LDRS) BE"AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: <br />1. LDR Section 913.07(5)(A),. Land Development Permit, is hereby amended to read as <br />follows: <br />"Land development permit. The land development permit is the instrument authorizing the <br />developer to proceed with land improvements as specified in the approved plans and specifications <br />set forth in the application and shown on the approved preliminary plat. <br />(A) Procedure. After TRC approval of the preliminary plat (at the time the preliminary <br />plat is scheduled for planning and zoning commission consideration and approval) <br />an applicant may apply for a land development permit. No construction may <br />commence until the applicant obtains a land development permit or land <br />development permit waiver. The public works director is hereby authorized to waive, <br />in writing, the requirement for a land development permit, where no improvements <br />delineated in section 913.09 are required or where a required improvement(s) can be <br />provided via another application and review process. No land development permit <br />waiver may be issued unless an initial concurrency certificate has been issued, or <br />concurrency acknowledgement form recorded, for the project portion to be covered <br />by the waiver. After issuance of a land development permit or land development <br />permit waiver, an applicant shall choose one of the following options for obtaining <br />final plat approval. <br />1. Residential Subdivisions. <br />a. Prior to .final plat approval, the applicant constructs all required <br />improvements and obtains a certificate of completion; or <br />b. Prior to final plat approval, the applicant: <br />• Constructs at least seventy-five percent (750/o) of all required <br />improvements, based upon the cost of improvements; and except <br />for any or all of the following: <br />• sidewalks <br />• the second or final layer of asphalt for roadways <br />• required off site improvements that are identified in an approved <br />developer's agreement as "bondable" items; and <br />Bold Underline: Added text <br />Strike: Deleted Text <br />F:\Community Development\Users\CurDev\ORDINANCE\2005\Reconsideration of Bonding out for res sub.rtf <br />1 <br />