Where the Planning Commission finds that strict enforcement of these regulations would create an undue hardship because of exceptional and unique physical conditions that exist on the property to be subdivided, but not usually found within the jurisdiction of ths city planning unit, the Planning Commission may modify these regulations to the extent necessary to provided relief from the undue hardship; provided, however, that this relief may be granted without detriment to the public welfare and without substantially impairing the intent and purpose of these regulations. In granting variances or modifications, the Planning Commission may require those conditions as will substantially secure the objectives of the standards or requirements so varied or modified.  Financial disadvantage to the property owner is no proof of hardship within the purpose of these regulations.
(Ord. 930.1, passed 3-15-71)