G. The city informs the meeting at which the city council is considering a draft town planning plan or a change in the town planning plan, as well as the public consultation (s) on the proposed development contract or the amendment of that agreement as follows: E. The owner can request a change to a development contract. Before the vote on the amendment, the city council holds a public hearing. The City Council approves, rejects or amends an amendment by ordinance that was adopted by majority vote, plus one of the members of the municipal assembly. The by-law authorizes the city manager to make the change on behalf of the city if he approves or amends the development contract. City Council does not approve or amend an amendment unless it is consistent with land use decisions and approved amendments. [15-0395, No. 1 (A); 12-0347, No. 1 (A).] C. A development agreement cannot deviate from the following development standards: the performance of the work by city forces and the recovery of costs by the use of an owner`s title in accordance with this policy are not considered by the City to be a definitive default within the meaning of the subdivision contract.

However, the City reserves the right to consider any breach of a contract, clause, condition or requirement of the subdivision contract as a delay in that agreement under this agreement. F. If necessary, the development contract must specify that all developments must have an adequate service, such as water, sanitation, drainage and roads. The developer is responsible for verifying which services are currently available for the site, whether they are appropriate and, if necessary, to expand or provide additional services. 2.4 Conditional approval may be granted if the city is satisfied that a construction complies with existing legislation (planning law, etc.), that the requirements for conditional approval of the subdivision contract are met, and that roads and services are completed and functional within a construction. The developer remains fully responsible for the design and construction of municipal improvements according to recognized technical practices and standards that meet specific needs and location conditions for development. Some site-specific conditions may justify compliance with stricter standards. The safety reduction expectations and requirements for the various stages of the development process are outlined below. It should be noted that the reductions will only be considered when at least 50% of the agreed work has been completed to the satisfaction of the City. In addition, another safety reduction schedule may be used at the city`s discretion if the minimumholdhold is deemed insufficient due to the size and/or complexity of the development. Under no circumstances is a derogation from development standards granted if no equivalent benefit is granted to the city. 2.

design standards such as architectural treatment, maximum heights, lapels, landscaping, drainage and water quality requirements and other development features; A. A development agreement must, as far as possible, comply with existing development rules. However, where a development agreement may authorize development standards different from those prescribed by this Code in order to provide flexibility, obtain public benefits, meet the changing needs of the Community, or authorize changes that offer functional equivalence or adequately achieve the objectives of otherwise applicable development standards. The City may consider and enter into a development contract with property owners located within the city or with persons who have control of real estate within the city, if the owners of such buildings execute an authorization for the property to be subject to the operating contract and to be bound to it.