§ 155.158  DECISION; WRITTEN FINDINGS OF FACT.
   (A)   If, after the hearing, the Plan Commission determines that the application and plat comply with the standards in the Subdivision Control Ordinance it shall make written findings and a decision granting primary approval to the plat and shall provide the applicant with a copy. This decision must be signed by the Plan Commission President.
   (B)   If, after the hearing, the Plan Commission disapproves the plat, it shall make written findings that set forth its reasons and a decision denying primary approval and shall provide the applicant with a copy. This decision must be signed by the Plan Commission President.
   (C)   In deciding whether to approve a request for approval of any subdivision, as that term is defined in § 155.151, the Plan Commission shall pay reasonable regard to: (i) the Comprehensive Plan, (ii) current conditions and the character of current structures and uses in the vicinity of the proposed subdivision, (iii) the conservation of property values throughout the jurisdiction, and (iv) responsible development and growth, and decide whether the proposed subdivision meets the following standards:
      (1)   That the proposed subdivision will not adversely affect the community;
      (2)   The use and value of the area adjacent to the property proposed to be subdivided will not be affected in a substantially adverse manner;
      (3)   That the zoning district will not be disrupted or harmed;
      (4)   That the approval will not be injurious to the public health, safety, and general welfare of the community; and
      (5)   The resultant lots and parcels will not violate any of the provisions of this chapter solely as a result of the proposed subdivision.
(Ord. 208, passed 12-19-1983; Am. Ord. 08-11, passed 11-17-2008)