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(A) Areas and widths of lots.
(1) No lot shall have an average width of less than 65 feet unless otherwise established by a planned development ordinance plan or conditional use permit. No lot shall have an area of less than 5,500 square feet.
(2) In any case, lots shall conform with the requirements of any town zoning regulations effective for the area in which the proposed subdivision is located.
(3) Where property is zoned for business uses, other widths and areas may be permitted at the discretion of the review authority.
(B) Frontage. Lots shall have a minimum frontage of 65 feet on a street.
(C) Side lines. Side lines of lots shall be as near as possible to right angles to the street line upon which the lot faces.
(D) Double frontage. Lots other than corner lots having double frontage with depths of less than 200 feet will not be approved, except where necessitated by topographic or other physical conditions or where ingress or egress to and from one of the streets is prohibited.
(E) Corner lots. Corner lots shall have an average width of at least 65 feet.
(F) Future division. Where parcels of land are subdivided into larger building sites than required by the town zoning regulations, each lot indicated thereon shall be restricted against resubdivision unless it can be divided in accordance with divisions (B), (C) and (D) of this section and other provisions of this chapter.
(G) Division of jurisdiction. No lot or parcel shall be permitted to be divided by a town or county boundary line.
(H) Water and sewer. All newly created lots and unimproved lots shall be served for domestic purposes by the public water system, or in accordance with § 16.08.050(D)(1) of this code. The lots also shall be served by the public sewer system unless specifically exempted by the Town Council.
(I) Exception. This section shall not apply to any lot or parcel which the subdivider offers to dedicate to the town or any public agency or district.
(Prior Code, § 16.07.030) (Ord. 670, passed - -1998)