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(a) Definition. “Minor Subdivision” means any subdivision involving no more than five lots after the original tract has been completely subdivided, all of the lots of which front on an existing Village street and in which there is no new street or right of way required or proposed, and that the lots resulting are not reduced below minimum lot sizes for the Zoning District in which they are located.
(b) Minor subdivision plats may be approved for recording by the Zoning Inspector without referral to the Planning and Zoning Commission or Village Council provided that all appropriate information to meet the requirements of this Ordinance is met and the plat has received a favorable review by the Madison County Engineer, if required, and by the Village Engineer. Where there are any unusual conditions associated with a proposed subdivision, the plat shall be forwarded to the Planning and Zoning Commission for review and approval.
(c) Minor subdivision requests presented to the Zoning Inspector shall include the appropriate information to meet the requirements of Section 1173.07 of the Subdivision Regulations, and other information as requested by the Zoning Inspector at a Pre-application Conference.
(d) Any plats approved by the Zoning Inspector under this section shall be reported to the Planning and Zoning Commission at its next regularly scheduled meeting.
(e) Any person aggrieved by a decision of the Zoning Inspector shall have the right to appeal said decision to the Planning and Zoning Commission within ten (10) days of the decision.
(Ord. 22-089. Passed 12-5-22.)