The general principles of design and minimum requirements for the laying out of subdivisions, set forth in this chapter, may be varied by the Planning Commission in the case of a subdivision large enough to constitute a more or less self-contained neighborhood which is to be developed in accordance with a comprehensive plan safeguarded by appropriate restrictions, and which, in the judgment of the Commission, makes adequate provision for all essential community requirements.  However, no modification shall be granted by the Commission which would conflict with the proposals of the major street plan, the school plan, the park and playground plan, or with other features of the adopted master plan, or with the intent and purposes of the general principles of design and minimum requirements.
('83 Code, § 156.45)(Ord. 27-1960, passed 7-12-60)