§ 1.08  INTERPRETATION OF ZONE BOUNDARIES.
   Rules for interpretation of zone boundaries are as follows:
   1.08.01   Boundaries indicated as approximately following the rights-of-way of a street, alley, or other public way will be construed to follow such rights-of-way lines and when the rights-of-way are officially vacated, the zones bordering such rights-of-way will be extended out to the centerline of the vacated rights-of-way.
   1.08.02   Boundaries indicated as approximately following platted lot lines will be construed as following such lot lines.
   1.08.03   Boundaries indicated as approximately following political boundary lines will be construed as following such boundary lines.
   1.08.04   Boundaries indicated as approximately following the rights-of-way of railroad lines will be construed as following such lines.
   1.08.05   Boundaries indicated as approximately following the centerlines of streets, streams, rivers, ditches, gullies, ravines or other bodies of water will be construed to follow such centerlines.
   1.08.06   Boundaries indicated as approximately following a topographic elevation, determined by the scale of the map, will be construed as following such ground elevation lines.
   1.08.07   Boundaries indicated as approximately parallel to features indicated in divisions §§ 1.08.01 through 1.08.06 of this section will be construed as parallel to such features. Boundaries indicated as approximate extensions of features will be so construed. Distances not specifically indicated on the official zoning map will be determined by the scale of the map, if an accurate legal description cannot be determined.
(Ord. O-37-06, passed 8-15-06)