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(a) On a street in an existing platted subdivision, where eighty percent of the buildable lots are occupied by residential dwellings, the minimum lot width may be reduced from the present 100 feet to a lot width equal to the average of the built lots at least 500 feet on either or both sides of the lot being considered. However, such lot shall be not less than sixty (60) feet in width at the building line and such reduction shall not apply to corner lots.
(b) Nothing in this Code shall be so interpreted as to reduce the buildable width of a corner lot to less than twenty-five (25) feet, and except that the lot was a separately owned lot of record on or before September 14, 1953.
(c) In an R-1 or R-1A Residence District, a side yard having a minimum width of fifteen feet adjacent to the street line of a corner lot shall be required, provided that this regulation shall not reduce the buildable width of the lot to less than twenty-five (25) feet, and except where the lot was a separately owned lot of record on or before September 14, 1953.
(Ord. 52-99. Passed 3-22-99; Ord. 89-04. Passed 4-26-04.)