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The purpose of the Low-Density Residential District Regulations is to permit the development of detached single-family residential dwellings on individual building lots fronting public streets, which can be serviced by public utilities, in areas of the community that are adjacent to or nearby areas that have a low density of development. LDR Districts are envisioned for properties annexed into the city and additional annexations appear likely and where environmental conditions make further land subdivisions impractical or cost prohibitive. Such districts act as a density buffer between the more intensely developed area of the city and lower density residential and agriculture uses in neighboring townships.
(Ord. 98-067, passed 7-7-98; Am. Ord. 05-012, passed 4-5-05; Am. Ord. 20-086, passed 12-1-20)