Except for “residential development” as defined in section (6), additional one-year extensions may be authorized where applicable criteria for the decision have not changed.(5)(a) If a permit is approved for a proposed residential development on agricultural or forest land outside of an urban growth boundary, the permit shall be valid for four years.
An extension of a permit described in subsection (5)(a) of this rule is valid for two years. A county may approve no more than five additional one-year extensions of a permit if:
The applicant makes a written request for the additional extension prior to the expiration of the extension;
The applicable residential development statute has not been amended following the approval of the permit, except the amendments to ORS 215.750 (Alternative forestland dwelling) by Oregon Laws 2019, chapter 433, section 1; and
An applicable rule or land use regulation has not been amended following the issuance of the permit, unless allowed by the county, which may require that the applicant comply with the amended rule or land use regulation.