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The provisions of this chapter shall apply to all new development or redevelopment within town limits for which a building permit or development permit is required except for the following:
(A) Rebuilding the same amount of floor space of a structure that was destroyed by fire or other natural catastrophe;
(B) Remodeling or repairing a structure with the same use of land that does not result in an increase in the number of service units or place new demand on recreation facilities, fire protection, municipal facilities and equipment, or transportation system;
(C) Replacing a residential unit, including a manufactured home, with another residential unit on the same lot, if the amount of demand for facilities and services generated by the new residential unit does not increase;
(D) Placing a construction trailer or temporary office on a lot during the period of construction on the same lot;
(E) Construction of an addition to a residential structure that does not increase the amount of demand for facilities and services generated by the same use of land;
(F) Adding uses that are typically accessory to residential uses, such as a tennis court or a clubhouse, unless it is demonstrated clearly that the use creates new demand for recreation facilities, fire protection, municipal facilities and equipment, or the transportation system;
(G) All or part of a particular development project if:
(1) The project is determined to create affordable housing; and
(2) The exempt development's proportionate share of system improvements is funded through a revenue source other than development impact fees.
(H) Constructing a new elementary, middle or secondary school; and
(I) Constructing a new volunteer fire department.
(Ord. 17009, passed 4-3-17; Am. Ord. 18068, passed 10-9-18)