In any district where dwellings are permitted, a one-family detached dwelling may be erected on any lot of official record on April 26, 1968, irrespective of its area or width; provided, that the applicable yard and other open space requirements as may be modified hereinafter are complied with; provided further, that:
(a) Minimum side yards. Not less than 10% of lot width.
(b) Public sanitary facilities not available. In any district where neither public water supply nor public sanitary sewer is accessible, the lot area and frontage requirements otherwise specified shall be increased as follows:
(1) Where both public sewerage and public water supply are not accessible:
Minimum lot area
20,000 sq. feet
(2) Where public water supply is accessible, but where public sewerage is not accessible:
Minimum lot area
10,000 sq. feet
(3) Where different lot area requirements are recommended by the State Board of Health on the basis of percolation tests or other method, those requirements shall govern.
(c) Consideration of open space and the like. The Building Inspector shall examine and determine if the proposed construction arrangement gives adequate consideration to maximizing open space for light and air upon the land area available, and attainment of the other objectives of this chapter. If the Building Inspector shall find that such consideration has not been given in any case he or she shall refer the application to the Board of Appeals which shall review the matter and may impose conditions if it finds them to be necessary in the best interests of the proper enforcement of this chapter.
(Ord. 2046, passed 4-11-1968; Ord. 2252, passed 3-15-1971)