§ 152.007  EXCEPTIONS.
   (A)   When requesting a subdivision, combination, or recombination, if any of the following conditions exist, the subdivider is required to present accurately drawn site and certified survey plan information for the proposed subdivision, combination, or recombination, have the subdivision, combination, or recombination reviewed by the Planning Commission, reviewed and approved by the City Council, and adhere to the park dedication requirements of §§ 152.080 through 152.085.
      (1)   A division which results in commercial or industrial parcels having an area of five acres or more with frontage on a public right-of-way measuring 300 feet or more and which does not result in the division of the parcel into two or more lots, any one of which is less than five acres in area or 300 feet in width and which does not necessitate the dedication of a public right-of- way. Such division shall not cause any structure on the lot to be in violation of the zoning ordinance or said new portions of lots to be in violation of city ordinance.
      (2)   Division of one previously platted parcel into no more than two buildable parcels, both of which will be in full conformance with all applicable zoning regulations, and for which no public right- of-way, easements, or other drainage concerns are evident to the Zoning Administrator.
      (3)   The adjustment of a lot line by the relocation of a common boundary and for which no public right-of-way, easements, or other drainage concerns are evident to the Zoning Administrator.
      (4)   Division of an existing lot of record where the division is to permit the adding of a parcel of land to an abutting lot or lots and the newly created property line will not cause the other remaining portion of the lot to be in violation with this chapter or the zoning ordinance, and for which no public right-of-way, easements, or other drainage concerns are evident to the Zoning Administrator.
      (5)   Combination of two or more parcels of record to create a parcel conforming to the requirements of the applicable zoning district and for which no public right-of-way, easements, or other drainage concerns are evident to the Zoning Administrator.
   (B)   Any easements which become unnecessary as a result of the division or combination must be vacated. In addition, new easements must be established as determined by the City Engineer.
   (C)   In the event that the County Recorder shall refuse to record an administrative subdivision due to the legal description of the proposed parcels or for any other reason, the applicant shall be required to comply with all of the requirements of §§ 152.026 and 152.040 for preliminary plats.