In any particular case where the subdivider can show that, by reason of exceptional topographic or other physical conditions, strict compliance with any requirements of the regulations set out in this chapter could cause practical difficulty or exceptional and undue hardship, the Planning Commission may relax the requirement to the extent deemed just and proper, so as to relieve the difficulty or hardship.  However, relief may be granted without detriment to the public good and without impairing the intent and purposes of these regulations or the desirable general development of the neighborhood and the community in accordance with the adopted master plan and the zoning code.  Any modification thus granted shall be entered in the minutes of the Commission setting forth the reasons which, in the opinion of the Commission, justified the modification.
('83 Code, § 156.03) (Ord. 27-1960, passed 7-12-60)