When uncertainty exists as to the boundaries of districts as shown on the Zoning Map, the following rules shall apply:
   (A)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following the centerline of rivers, waterways, roads, streets, highways, or alleys shall be construed to follow those centerlines;
   (B)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following platted or unplatted lot lines shall be construed to follow the lot lines;
   (C)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following city boundaries shall be construed to follow city boundaries;
   (D)   Boundaries indicated as following shorelines, stream beds, or the perimeter of a waterbody or watercourse shall be construed to follow the general established seasonal high water limit of the shoreline or stream bed, and in the event of a more than temporary or seasonal change in shoreline or stream bed, shall be construed as moving with the newly formed/established seasonal high water limit;
   (E)   Boundaries indicated as parallel to or extensions of features indicated in divisions (A) through (D) above shall be so construed.  Distances not specifically indicated on the official Zoning Map shall be determined by the scale of the official Zoning Map; and
   (F)   Where physical or cultural features existing on the ground are at variance with those shown on the Zoning Map, or in other circumstances not covered by divisions (A) through (E) above, the Zoning Administrator shall interpret the district boundaries.  Upon appeal, the Zoning Board of Appeals reserves the right to review and uphold or override the interpretation of the Zoning Administrator.
(1993 Code, § 154.017)  (Ord. 84-1, passed 1-3-1984)