§ 155.370  RULES FOR GRANTING OF VARIANCES.
   The following rules shall be applied in the granting of variances:
   (A)   In granting a variance, the Board may specify, in writing, to the applicant such conditions in connection with the granting, that will, in its judgement, secure substantially the objectives of the regulations or provisions to which such variance applies.  The breach of any such conditions shall automatically invalidate the permit granted.
   (B)   Each variance granted shall become null and void unless the provisions of the variance have been utilized by an applicant within 12 months after the granting of the variance.
   (C)   No application for a variance which has been denied wholly or in part by the Board shall be resubmitted for a period of one year, from the date of the last denial, except on grounds and newly discovered evidence or proof of changed conditions found upon inspection by the Board to be valid.
   (D)   In authorizing any variance, the Zoning Board of Appeals may require that a bond be furnished to insure compliance with the requirements, specifications and conditions imposed with the grant of variance.
   (E)   The granting of use variances shall be prohibited.
(Ord. 616, passed 9-23-2013)