A minor subdivision may be created from any tract or parcel subject to the restrictions as provided in § 157.040.  Residential minor subdivisions must meet the following requirements:
   (A)   No less than one acre parcels and 200 feet of frontage.
   (B)   No block may be longer than 1,250 feet.
   (C)   Each block must be separated by a 50-foot strip.
   (D)   There will be no creation of additional streets or easements of access to other residential parcels.
   (E)   A minor subdivision may be developed on a county road for which such development will not have an adverse impact on additional traffic with the placement of additional driveways.
   (F)   All plans must conform to the subdivision plans as stated in this chapter with the exception of any road requirements.  Further, all plans must be submitted with the modification of § 153.041(A)(7).
   (G)   The plat must be submitted to the Building Commissioner.
   (H)   The Building Commissioner after review of the plan for conformity with this chapter will schedule a meeting with the building developer and the Plat Committee for review of such plans.
   (I)   After the Plat Committee review, the Building Commissioner will submit such subdivision plat to the Plan Commission. Further plans will be pursuant to the subdivision control ordinance regarding major subdivisions.
(`88 Code, § 8-103)  (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98; Am. Ord. 2005-11, passed 9-6-05; Am. Ord. 2009-01, passed 1-20-09)