(A)   All official city maps shall be modified to allow for the inclusion of designated historically significant sites in an appropriate and consistent manner.
   (B)   An application for a subdivision of property, site development plan and/or zoning district amendment shall identify all significant historic and archeological features and structures (as designated by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen) that are located on the affected property or within 300 feet of the boundary of the affected property. Any proposed development plan for the affected tract shall be guided by city zoning and subdivision regulations and the principles and standards contained within the publication, Saving the Farmstead (a publication of the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County, dated December 1996). The development plan shall be configured in a manner that protects the historic and archeological features on the property to the greatest extent feasible and practical. The plan shall be subject to review and comments by a qualified historic preservation consultant retained by the city and the recommendations of the city’s Historic Commission. Upon approval of a development plan by the Planning Commission, no grading or building permits shall be issued by the City Manager or his or her designee until stabilization measures are in place to permanently protect the feature from the impact of nearby construction.
(2011 Code, § 2-408)  (Ord. 07-01, passed 4- -2007)