§ 31.11  INTERPRETATIONS.
   (A)   The Board is authorized to interpret the zoning map and to pass upon disputed questions of lot lines or district boundary lines and similar questions.
   (B)   An application for a map interpretation shall be submitted by filing the application with the Administrator. The application shall contain sufficient information to enable the Board to make the necessary interpretation.
   (C)   Where uncertainty exists as to the boundaries of districts as shown on the official zoning map, the following rules shall apply:
      (1)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following the centerlines of alleys, streets, highways, streams, or railroads shall be construed to follow such centerlines;
      (2)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following lot lines, corporate limits, or extraterritorial boundary lines, shall be construed as following such lines, limits, or boundaries;
      (3)   Boundaries indicated as following shorelines or the centerlines of streams, rivers, lakes, or other bodies of water shall be construed to follow such shorelines or centerlines, and in the event of change in the shoreline or centerline, the boundary shall be construed as moving with the actual shoreline or centerline;
      (4)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following designated limits of areas of special flood hazard shall be construed as following such limits;
      (5)   Where a district boundary divides a lot or where distances are not specifically indicated on the official zoning map, the boundary shall be determined by measurement, using the scale of the official zoning map; and
      (6)   Where any street or alley is hereafter officially vacated or abandoned, the regulations applicable to each parcel of abutting property shall apply to that portion of such street or alley added thereto by virtue of such vacation or abandonment.
(Prior Code, Ch. 1 Art. XII § 1210)