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(a) Lots should be in conformance with the zoning regulations of Chapter 160 of this Code.
(b) Corner lots for residential use shall have extra width to permit appropriate building setbacks from both sides.
(c) Each lot shall abut a dedicated right-of-way or shall include an approved private street.
Exception: When there is no building or structure on the lot, a mutual access easement may be provided instead of the requirements of § 157.097(c) only when the parcel is zoned CN Conservation.
(d) Depth and width of properties proposed for commercial and industrial users shall provide off-street parking per Chapter 160 - Shape Places Zoning Ordinance.
(e) All interior lot lines between two lots are a straight line or a series of straight lines. Curved interior lot lines shall be prohibited.
(f) In undeveloped or vacant areas, streets shall be identified and classified through the transportation planning process. The location of major streets shall conform to the official major street plan.
(g) Flag pole lots.
(1) Maximum lot size of flag pole lot. The pole lot shall be limited to not exceed, in length, twice the width of the lot or twice the length of the lot, whichever dimension is lesser.
(2) Minimum lot width of pole section of lot. The minimum lot width of the pole section of the flag pole lot shall be a minimum of 28' and include a mutual access easement or private drive that provide access to the flag section of the lot and provides frontage to an approved private drive or public street. No parking shall be allowed on the access easement or private drive.
(3) Limit of number of flag pole lots and length of lots. There shall be only one flag lot within each subdivision and only one pole per flag lot. The pole is limited to not exceed in length twice the width of the lot or twice the length of the lot, whichever dimension is lesser.
(4) Designation of property lines. The following requirements determine the location of the front, side, and rear property lines of a flag lot:
A. Front yard. The front yard shall be the yard that most nearly parallels the public or private street providing access to the lot, and which abuts the end of the pole, but does not include the pole.
B. Side and rear yards.
1. The side yard shall be any yard that is not a front or rear yard, exclusive of the pole portion of the lot.
2. The rear yard shall be the lot boundary opposite the front yard.
(1992 Code, App. A, § 15A.07.030) (Ord. 81-08, passed 7-7-2008; Ord. 87-18, passed 10-2-2018)