§ 156.071  NON-CONFORMING LOTS OF RECORD.
   (A)   Any district in which single-family dwellings are permitted, a single-family dwelling and customary accessory buildings may be erected on any single lot of record on July 3, 2002, subject to the following provisions:
      (1)   Permits for the erection of a single-family dwelling on lots less than 7,500 square feet in area shall be reviewed by the Town Council in accordance with the requirements of town code § 156.155 – Special Use Permits.
      (2)   Special use permits for the erection of a single-family dwelling on lots 7,500 square feet in area or greater shall be reviewed administratively in accordance with the requirements of this chapter.
   (B)   For lots of record as of November 20, 1975, the following dimensional requirements shall apply:
      (1)   Lots with 10,000 square feet or less:
         (a)   Front yard setback: 25 feet;
         (b)   Side yard setback: 8 feet.  For corner lots, the side yard setback is 10 feet on the side of the lot that abuts the street;
         (c)   Rear yard setback: 20 feet; and
         (d)   Lot coverage: 50%.
      (2)   Lots with 10,001 to 14,999 square feet:
         (a)   Front yard setback: 25 feet;
         (b)   Side yard setback: 8 feet.  For corner lots, the side yard setback is 10 feet on the side of the lot that abuts the street;
         (c)   Rear yard setback: 20 feet; and
         (d)   Lot coverage: 40%.
   (C)   If two or more lots of record or portions of lots with continuous frontage have been physically combined for the purpose of development, and if one or more of the lots involved is less than 7,500 square feet, the lots shall be considered recombined for the purposes of future development.
(Ord. 04-21, passed 10-6-2004, § 31; Am. Ord. 13-06, passed 11-6-2013; Am. Ord. 21-01, passed 6-2-2021)