Topcoat of Private Streets in Concord Village Phase Two Sample Clauses

Topcoat of Private Streets in Concord Village Phase Two. Developer shall ensure that the topcoat of the private streets in Concord Village Phase Two is installed within ninety (90) days from the date of passage on April 25, 2022; provided, however, that the City may extend such deadline by up to sixty (60) days in the event that installation of such topcoat is delayed due to weather, documented contractor issues outside the reasonable control of Developer, or any other circumstance constituting a Force Majeure Event. For purposes hereof, a “Force Majeure Event” is any event causing a failure or delay in fulfilling the obligations under this section of this Agreement due to any condition beyond the reasonable control of the Developer including, but not limited to, acts of God, strikes, war, riot, earthquake, tornado, hurricane, fire, civil disorder, explosion, flood, sabotage, pandemic, or governmental order relating to national defense requirements. If installation of the topcoat of the private streets in Concord Village Phase Two is not completed within the period set forth in this section (as it may be extended hereunder), no building permits for any of the Units (defined below) shall be issued until completion of installation of the topcoat of the private streets in Concord Village Phase Two.

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