§ 151.185  RESTRICTIONS FOR A UNIPLEX.
   (A)   (1)   This section only applies to buildings on lots platted on a final plat recorded at the Recorder's Office of St. Clair County on or before 7-7-2003.
      (2)   The restrictions of this section, where different from other sections of the Development Code, shall apply to all uniplex structures:
         (a)   Minimum lot size: Determined by existing platted lot;
         (b)   Minimum setbacks: From party wall lot line: None;
         (c)   Each side of uniplex shall have separate utility connections including sanitary sewer;
         (d)   Parting wall between uniplex sides shall conform to all structural and fire codes and be at least eight inches below earth grade in crawl space; and
         (e)   As built survey and legal description required prior to recording.
      (3)   A common wall maintenance agreement recorded at the Recorder's Office of St. Clair County and then filed with the Village Clerk.
   (B)   (1)   This section only applies to buildings on lots platted on a Final Plat recorded at the Recorder's Office of St. Clair County after 7-7-2003 that are in a Multi-Family Residential (MR) Zone District.
      (2)   Uniplexes are only permitted in a MR Zone District for lots referenced above.
      (3)   The restrictions of this section where different from other sections of the Development Code shall apply to all uniplex structures.
         (a)   Minimum lot size:
            1.   Lot area: 5,625 square feet;
            2.   Lot width: 45 feet; and
            3.   Lot depth: 125 feet.
         (b)   Minimum setbacks: From party wall lot line: None. All other setbacks of the MR Zone are to apply.
         (c)   Each side of uniplex shall have separate utility connections including sanitary sewer.
         (d)   Parting wall between uniplex sides shall conform to all structural and fire codes and be at least eight inches below earth grade in crawl space. Parting walls to be concrete block or poured concrete from eight inches below grade to bottom of subfloor.
         (e)   As built survey and legal description required prior to recording.
         (f)   A common wall maintenance agreement recorded at the Recorder's Office of St. Clair County and then filed with the Village Clerk.