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(A) Hardship. Where the Planning Commission finds that extraordinary hardships may result from strict compliance with these subdivision regulations, it may vary the regulations so that substantial justice may be done and the public interest secured, provided that such variation will not have the effect of nullifying the intent and purpose of these regulations.
(B) Large scale developments. The standards and requirements of these subdivision regulations may be modified by the Planning Commission in the case of a plan and program for a new town, a complete community or a neighborhood unit which, in the judgment of the Planning Commission, provides adequate public spaces and improvements for the circulation, recreation, light, air and service needs of the tract when fully developed and populated, and which also provides such covenants or other legal provisions as will assure conformity to, and achievement of, the plan.
(C) Conditions. In granting variances and modifications, the Planning Commission may require such conditions as will, in its judgment, substantially secure the objective of the standards or requirements so varied or modified.
(D) Minor subdivisions. The City Engineer, on behalf of the Planning Commission, subject to the conditions listed below, shall approve a proposed division of land without plat if such proposed division is not contrary to applicable platting, zoning or health regulations. On presentation of an instrument of conveyance, the City Engineer shall stamp the same in the following manner:
NO PLAT REQUIRED
Engineer, City of Lebanon
(1) Conditions of approval:
(a) Minimum lot area and frontage requirements shall be complied with.
(b) Plat and description of property shall be based on a survey.
(c) Lot shall front on a dedicated street or an established public road having a width of at least 50 feet.
(d) All streets or parts thereof indicated on the Official Thoroughfare Plan shall be dedicated or reserved.
(e) No more than five parcels shall be formed from any one tract as shown on the tax rolls as of January 6, 1959.
(2) Engineer’s rules. The City Engineer shall prepare rules and regulations which shall provide for implementation of this section. A fee of $10 per lot shall be paid with each application.
(Ord. 1092, passed 5-17-64; Am. Ord. 6206, passed 4-26-88)