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1-10(A) PRE-IDO APPROVALS
1-10(A)(1) Any approvals granted prior to the effective date of this IDO shall remain valid, subject to expiration pursuant to Subsection 14-16-6-4(X) (Expiration of Approvals) and to amendment pursuant to Subsection 14-16-6-4(Y) (Amendments of Approvals) or 14-16-6-4(Z) (Amendments of Pre-IDO Approvals), as applicable. Any use standards or development standards associated with any pre-IDO approval or zoning designation establish rights and limitations and are exclusive of and prevail over any other provision of this IDO. Notwithstanding the pre-IDO approval, development on such a site is exclusively subject to the procedures and decision criteria established in Part 14-16-6 (Administration and Enforcement). Where those approvals are silent, provisions in this IDO shall apply, including but not limited to the following:
1-10(A)(1)(a) Subsection 14-16-4-1(E) (Previously Allowed Uses) for the continuity of conditional uses.
1-10(A)(1)(b) Subsection 14-16-6-4(Z) (Amendments of Pre-IDO Approvals) for amending pre-IDO approvals.
1-10(A)(1)(c) Section 14-16-6-8 (Nonconformities) for information about expansions when the use or structure is nonconforming under this IDO.
1-10(A)(2) For former Special Use zones that were converted to the Planned Development (PD) or Planned Community (PC) zone districts through adoption of this IDO, any approval associated with the Special Use zone is considered the required Site Plan – EPC or Framework Plan, respectively. Any use standards or development standards associated with pre-IDO approvals or zoning designations establish the rights and limitations for the PD and PC zone districts and are exclusive of and prevail over any other provision of this IDO.
1-10(A)(3) When referencing pre-IDO approvals, the most recent approval, including any amendments, shall apply unless specified otherwise.
1-10(B) REFERENCES IN PRE-IDO REGULATIONS AND APPROVALS
Any City regulations or approvals that refer to zone district designations that existed prior to the effective date of this IDO will be deemed to refer to the IDO zone district associated with the previous zone district as shown in Table 2-2-1.
1-10(C) PREVIOUS VIOLATIONS
Any violation of the City zoning, subdivision, or land development regulations in effect prior to the effective date of this IDO will continue to be a violation under this IDO, unless the development or other activity that was a violation of the previous regulations is consistent with the requirements and regulations of this IDO.