§ 158.239  AMENDMENTS.
   (a)   Major amendments. The following changes in an initial and/or final development plan are considered major amendments:
      (1)   Any change in the proposed land uses;
      (2)   Any major change in the street pattern;
      (3)   An increase in density above that provided for in division (b)(5) below;
      (4)   Any major change in proposed landscaping; and
      (5)   Any major change in signage.
   (b)   Minor amendments. The following changes in an initial and/or final development plan are considered minor amendments:
      (1)   Any adjustment in the size or shape of the building envelope (increasing the height or reducing the building setback);
      (2)   Major decrease in density;
      (3)   Any decrease in the size of required open areas;
      (4)   A minor change in the street pattern;
      (5)   Any increase in density of a subarea:
         A.   Less than 25% for a subarea with less than eight units;
         B.   Less than 15% for a subarea with between nine and 20 units; and
         C.   Less than 8% for a subarea with 21 units or more.
      (6)   Any change in the number of parking spaces;
      (7)   Any minor change in proposed landscaping; and
      (8)   Any minor change in signage.
   (c)   Minimal amendments. The following changes in an initial and/or final development plan are considered minimal amendments:
      (1)   Any adjustment of a building within a previously established building envelope;
      (2)   A minor reduction in density;
      (3)   Any minimal change in landscaping; and
      (4)   Any minimal change in signage.
(1992 Code, App. F, § 13.05)  (Ord. 10-06, passed 1-23-2006)