§ 152.006  CONFLICTING PROVISIONS.
   (A)   Provisions interpreted as minimum requirements. The standards and regulations established by this chapter shall be construed to be the minimum requirements necessary for the promotion of public health, safety, or other general welfare. Minimum values are not intended to be target values. In some instances, conditions may create the need to exceed stated minimum standards.
   (B)   Relation to other regulations. The regulations of this chapter and requirements or conditions imposed pursuant to this chapter shall not supersede any other regulations or requirements adopted or imposed by the State of Arizona, or any federal agency that has jurisdiction by law over uses and development authorized by this chapter. All uses and development authorized by this chapter shall comply with all other such regulations and requirements. Where conflict occurs within this chapter or between the provisions of this chapter and any other city ordinance, chapter, resolution, guideline or regulation, (such as, but not limited to, fire codes, building codes, or engineering standards) the more restrictive provisions shall control, as determined by the Zoning Administrator, unless otherwise specified herein.
   (C)   Relation to private agreements. The provisions of this chapter shall apply regardless of any private agreements in the event that the provisions of this chapter are more restrictive. Otherwise, this chapter shall not interfere with, affect or annul any recorded easement, covenant, or other private agreement now in effect, unless a development agreement has been authorized by the City Council and executed by recording the development agreement with the County Recorder's office, pursuant to A.R.S § 9-500.05.
(Ord. 648-18, passed 11-28-2018)