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    Sec. 24.1-21.1. Development of Large Lots Generally.

     

    Sec. 24.1-21.1. Development of large lots generally. 
     
    Notwithstanding any other provisions of this article, subdivisions without public sewer service may be approved by the city council when the following conditions are met:
     
    (a) Each proposed lot must have at least one (1) acre in area.
     
    (b) The large lot development must have a minimum size of six (6) lots.
     
    (c) City sewer service is not reasonably available and economically feasible to extend, as defined in Section 24.1-31(c) of the subdivision ordinance, and sewer service extension is not planned in the city's current capital improvements program.
     
    (d) The subdivision plat must include all standard sewer service easements requested by the city, in order that the development can be readily connected to city sewer service in the future.
     
    (e) The health official must approve each of the requested large lots as having sufficient area to accommodate two (2) septic disposal fields prior to subdivision approval by the city.
     
    (f) All other city land development regulations must be met.
     
    (g) The city council may disapprove any large lot development if it believes the development will be detrimental to the orderly development of the area or the efficient provision of public services. (Ord. No. O-85-141, § 1, 6-11-85; Ord. No. O-89-248, § 1, 9-12-89; Ord. No. O-10-034, 4-27-10, eff. 7-1-10)
     
    Last updated date: 6/28/2010 11:24:37 AM