1117.07  VARIATIONS.
   When a subdivider can show that a provision of the Subdivision Regulations would cause unnecessary hardship if strictly adhered to and when, in the opinion of the Planning Commission, because of topographical or other conditions peculiar to the site, a variation may be allowed without destroying the intent of such provision, the Planning Commission may recommend a variance to the Board of Zoning Appeals. The subdivider shall apply in writing to the Board stating the reasoning on which the departure is justified and this application shall be processed by the Board in accordance with the procedure outlined in Section 1109.03. Any variance authorized by the Board shall be made by formal vote and a copy thereof shall be attached to, and made a part of, the final plat. In recommending variances, the Planning Commission may require such conditions as required to adhere to the intent of these Regulations.
(Ord. 1974-99. Passed 10-22-74.)