§ 151.148  CIRCUMSTANCES FOR GRANTING A VARIANCE.
   (A)   The property in question cannot be put to a reasonable use if used under conditions allowed by the official controls.
   (B)   The plight of the land owner is due to circumstances unique to his or her property not created by the land owner.
   (C)   The variance, if granted, will not alter the essential character of the locality.
   (D)   Economic considerations alone shall not constitute an undue hardship if reasonable use for the property exists under the terms of the ordinance.
   (E)   Conditions may be imposed in the granting of variances to ensure compliance and to protect adjacent propertied.
   (F)   A variance may not be granted for any use that is not permitted under the ordinance for property in the zone where the affected persons land is located.
   (G)   Undue hardship, as used in connection with the granting of a variance, includes direct sunlight for solar energy systems.
(Ord. 75, passed 12-27-1990)  Penalty, see § 151.999