Where, in the case of a particular proposed subdivision, it can be shown that strict compliance with the requirements of this chapter would result in substantial injustice or hardship to the subdivider because of unusual topography or other situations or conditions which are not self-inflicted, or that these conditions would result in inhibiting the achievement of the objectives of these regulations, the Board of Supervisors may vary, modify, or waive the requirements so that substantial justice may be done and the public interest secured; provided, however, that such variance, modification, or waiver will not have the effect of nullifying the intent and purpose of this chapter or being contrary to the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan for the county. In no case shall any variation, modification, or waiver be more than a minimum easing of the requirements, and in no instance shall it result in any conflict with the proposals of the adopted Major Thoroughfare Plan for the county or the applicable zoning regulations.
(Ord. passed 8-10-1989)