§ 154.10  ZONING ANNEXED TERRITORIES; PROPERTIES NOT INCLUDED; SUBDIVIDING.
   (A)   Upon annexation of territory, included within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the Plan Commission, to the municipality, it shall automatically be zoned "A" Agricultural District. The zoning shall be temporary and the Plan Commission shall recommend to the Common Council, within a period not to exceed six months from the effective date of the annexation, a final zoning of such property. All rezoning requirements and procedures as set forth in this chapter shall be followed.
   (B)   In every case where property has not been specifically included within a district, the same is declared to be in the "A" Agricultural District. The zoning shall be temporary, and the Plan Commission shall recommend to the Common Council within a period not to exceed six months from the date the Common Council was informed at a regularly scheduled meeting of property not being specifically zoned a final zoning of such property. All rezoning requirements and procedures, as set forth in this chapter, shall be followed.
   (C)   Where a tract of land may hereafter be divided into lots, the division of the tract shall be such that no lot lies in two or more districts.
(Ord. 99-14, passed 12-20-99; Am. Ord. 16-2003, passed 11-17-03)