§ 151.126  CONVENTIONAL RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT.
   (A)   A conventional residential development consists of attached or detached dwelling units developed in accordance with the density and dimensional standards of § 151.125 (Table 151.125(1)).
   (B)   Conventional residential developments shall be permitted by right within subdivisions or on unsubdivided parcels.
   (C)   Conventional residential development shall be subject to the density and dimensional standards of § 151.125 and all other applicable standards of this chapter.
   (D)   No more than one principal structure shall be located on a single lot. However, this provision shall not preclude the development of a permitted nonresidential use (provided it meets all applicable standards of Table 151.125(4)) on a lot containing an existing principal residential structure.
(Ord., § 7.2, passed 10-13-2009)