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(a) Except as provided in Section 70.27(1), Wis. Stats., when it is proposed to replat a recorded subdivision, or part thereof, so as to change the exterior boundaries of a recorded subdivision, or part thereof, the subdivider or person wishing to replat shall vacate or alter the recorded Plat as provided in Sections 236.40 through 236.44 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The subdivider or person wishing to replat shall then proceed, using the approval procedures for Preliminary and Final Plats prescribed in this Article.
(b) Whenever a Preliminary Plat or a replat is filed, the Plan Commission shall schedule and hold a public hearing before it acts on the plat. Notices of the proposed replat and public hearing shall be published as a Class 3 notice and be mailed at the subdivider's expense, to the owners of all properties within the limits of the exterior boundaries of the proposed replat and to the owners of all properties within two hundred (200) feet of the proposed replat.
(c) Whenever an approved Final Plat is submitted for reapproval within six (6) months of the initial resolution approving the plat, and which is substantially in conformance with the approved plat, and which has not been recorded with the Register of Deeds, said plat shall be reapproved by the Village Board. No Final Plats shall be reapproved by the Village Board following the expiration of the six (6) month period. Such plats shall be submitted as a new plat. AI previous approvals shall be null and void and shall have no further bearing on the subsequent review and approval of the plat by the Village.
(d) Where lots are more than double the minimum size required for the applicable zoning district, the Plan Commission may require that such lots be arranged so as to allow resubdivision of such parcels into normal lots in accordance with the provisions of the Chapter.