Chapter 15.36
LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS

Sections:

15.36.010    Purpose.

15.36.020    Public improvements required.

15.36.030    Improvement plans.

15.36.040    Appeals.

15.36.010 Purpose.

Much of the existing development in the city lacks full public improvements. The city council has determined that the lack of said public improvements may be injurious to the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Marina, and may detract from the overall character of the community.

Therefore, the city council desires to achieve a uniformity of public improvements which will provide more efficient facilities and systems and will reduce the burden of maintenance of said facilities and systems. (Ord. 78-5 § 1, 1978)

15.36.020 Public improvements required.

Full public improvements, both on site and off site when the project has direct impact on adjacent properties, including, but not limited to, street improvements (including right-of-way dedications), curbs, gutters, sidewalks, paveout, fire hydrants, facilities for control of surface drainage, sanitary facilities for refuse storage and disposal, and necessary additions to water and sewer lines shall be installed in accordance with the requirements of the city engineer, fire inspector, building inspector, planning director and other appropriate officials on all construction requiring the issuance of building permits. Requirements for said improvements may be established as conditions of approval of use permit, zoning permit, site design review, variance, subdivision, minor subdivision, or other zoning or subdivision approvals, or at the time of application for building permits. (Ord. 78-5 § 2, 1978)

15.36.030 Improvement plans.

Applicants are required to submit necessary improvement plans to the appropriate agencies for approval prior to issuance of building permits, and are required to install said improvements prior to final signing of building permits. (Ord. 78-5 § 3, 1978)

15.36.040 Appeals.

Applicants dissatisfied with the requirements established by this procedure may appeal to the city council who may affirm, reverse or modify the decision. (Ord. 78-5 § 4, 1978)