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(A) By authority of the Colorado City Town Council adopted pursuant to powers and jurisdictions vested through A.R.S. § 9-462.01 pertaining to zoning regulations, and A.R.S.§§ 9-240 and 9-463 pertaining to subdivision of lands within incorporated areas, and other applicable laws, statutes, orders and regulations of the State of Arizona and the Town of Colorado City, the Colorado City Town Council does hereby grant the Planning and Zoning Director, hereafter referred to as "Director," the power and authority to administratively review and approve or disapprove of minor adjustments of lot line boundaries for parcels within the Town of Colorado City, as per the regulations contained herein.
(B) A lot line adjustment is an agreement between adjoining property owners to adjust, revise or move a common boundary line which does not result in a net gain in the number of lots, tracts or parcels. For purposes of this section, a lot line adjustment shall conform to the following provisions:
(1) A lot line adjustment shall be between owners of adjoining properties and shall be done solely for the purpose of revisions to common boundary lines;
(2) Additional lots or parcels are not being created by this process; and
(3) Following the adjustment, all lots shall contain conforming setbacks and minimum lot size, width, depth and frontage, and shall meet all other lot development standards of the Town of Colorado City.
(Ord. 2007-2, passed 5-29-2007; Am. Ord. 2014-02, passed 12-15-2014)