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A. Basement Home:
1. None allowed in an A district.
2. Basement homes in a B district must have written approval of adjoining property owners. Said approval shall be filed with the building inspector.
3. Basement homes allowable in all other districts, provided said basement home complies with said zoning regulations pertaining to such districts.
B. Houses Per Lot: No more than one dwelling structure will be permitted on any one lot in any of the districts.
C. Accessory Buildings:
1. Any garage must be located at least three feet (3') from the property line or alley line, except where the car entry faces the alley, the building must be located at least twelve feet (12') from the alley line.
2. Any other accessory building must be located three feet (3') from the property line or alley line.
D. Living Area Requirements:
1. A District: Any single-family dwelling must have at least one thousand one hundred (1,100) square feet of area, excluding the basement, under one roof.
2. B District: Any single-family dwelling must have at least seven hundred fifty (750) square feet of area, excluding the basement, under one roof.
3. Family Dwelling Widths: Any family dwelling, including single, two-family, or multiple dwellings, whether built on the premises or moved thereon, shall have a minimum width of twenty feet (20'). This minimum width requirement shall apply to all family dwelling move ins, prefabricated, modular or otherwise, and to mobile homes and/or doublewides to be used as family dwellings in A and B residence districts (excluding B subdistricts).
E. Move Ins:
1. A District: No family dwelling move ins shall be allowed in an A residential zone.
2. B District: Only new family dwelling move ins having a minimum width of twenty feet (20'), square footage of seven hundred fifty feet (750') and placed on a permanent foundation shall be allowed in a B residential district.
3. All Other Districts:
a. Move ins shall be allowed, provided they generally conform to existing standards in that particular district.
b. To assure compliance with subsection E3a of this section, a performance bond in the amount of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) shall be filed with the building inspector. In any event, any move ins must be inspected by the building inspector and approved by the city council.
F. Streets, Curbs And Subdivisions:
1. Any owner or owners of a tract of land or parcel of land who is subdividing the tract or parcel of land into lots and blocks and intends, at some future date, to request admission into the city limits be required to present the city council with a plat showing the locations and widths of all streets and all alleys, the location of the area to be platted as a park or playground, the dimensions of all lots and blocks and the manner in which the streets and alleys of the proposed subdivision will connect to the existing streets and alleys in the city. Said plat shall be submitted for the approval of the city prior to obtaining the approval of the county commissioners of Pondera County and prior to filing of said plat with the Pondera County clerk and recorder.
2. Before a subdivision is admitted into the city, the owner of the subdivision shall be required to furnish the city council, for their approval, plans and profiles of all the streets and alleys of the subdivision. These plans and profiles shall be complete enough to show the proposed finished grades of the curb, centerline of the streets and alleys and show how the finished grades conform to the drainage pattern of the existing streets and alleys in the city. At the same time, the owners shall request of the council to zone said subdivision either A, B or C.
3. Before a subdivision is admitted into the city, the owner shall be required to grade the streets and alleys to the finished grades previously approved by the city council and shall be required to surface the streets and alleys with a pit run gravel obtained from a source approved by the city. The surface material shall have a minimum depth of six inches (6"). The subdivision shall be further developed by the construction of integral curb and gutter along the sides of all streets. The type of integral curb and gutter constructed shall conform in neat dimensions to the standards approved by the city. Unless approved by the city council, any new streets or existing streets without curbs shall not be less than forty feet (40') in width.
4. It is provided, however, that the city council may, by resolution, make any exceptions as to such requirements as they may deem necessary and proper.
G. Trees: No trees of the cottonwood variety or similar species which by nature are obnoxious shall be allowable within the city limits. (1975 Code § 10-1-8)