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A. It is the intent of this section that a Conditional Use Permit, once it is granted and meets all of the conditions and restrictions imposed as a condition of approval, shall constitute restrictions running with the land and shall be adhered to by the owner of the land, and all successors or assigns. The use permit can be considered automatically void without Town Council action unless one or more of the following actions have occurred:

1. If a building permit is necessary to implement the use permit, a building permit shall have been issued within one (1) year of the effective date of the use permit, and substantial construction occurred.

2. If a building permit is not necessary to implement the use permit, then the actual use shall commence within six (6) months of the effective date of the use permit.

3. Any use permit issued by the Town Council shall be considered null and void if construction does not conform to the originally approved site plan. (See Modification of a Conditional Use Permit.) (Prior code §  5-7)