The Moorpark City Council on Wednesday night approved a three-year extension through 2019 for permits connected with a $200 million sound-stage project The Moorpark Studios West plan proposed by Triliad Development Inc., in Westlake Village, has been delayed due to financial reasons. The City Council originally approved the condition use and industrial planned developed permits in 2011. “We’ve had some tough years but the Council has been supportive with giving more time now that the economy is better,” said Triliad President Valerie Draeger. The project is proposed for 45 acres at 11289 Los Angeles Ave. and calls for 12 sound stages totaling 296,000 square-feet, three office buildings totaling 145,500 square feet and 18 studio-support buildings totaling 117,950 square feet. The project would be served by 1,696 surface parking spaces. David Bobardt, community development director for Moorpark, said there have been some minor site improvements done on the land and Triliad is working with CalTrans on widening the road leading to the site. “They have not asked for building or grading permits,” Bobardt said. Triliad is a developer of build-to-suit low-rise office, industrial, and research and development facilities. Past projects include buildings for restaurant chain Cheesecake Factory and motorcycle helmet distributor Helmet House, both in Calabasas; Mission Oaks Business Park, in Camarillo; and Haas Automation Inc., in Oxnard.