§ 154.267  YIELD FORMULA.
   (A)   Generally.  In lieu of the yield plan method of  § 154.266, developers may elect to use a yield formula to be used as the basis for determining the maximum number of dwelling units allowed prior to bonus calculations.
   (B)   Step 1 - Determine base site area.  The first step of the yield formula involves calculating the site’s base site area, as follows:
 
1.   Determine gross site area
      acres
2.    Subtract ROW of existing streets (and ultimate ROW)
-     acres
                     
3.   Equals base site area
=     acres
 
   (C)   Step 2 - Determine net site area.  The second step of the yield formula involves calculating the net site area, as follows:
 
1.    Take base site area (from division (B) above)
      acres
2.   Subtract regulated wetlands (> than 0.1 acres in area) and wetland buffers as required by the County Water Resource Ordinances or United States Army Corps of Engineers, whichever is more stringent:
-     acres
                     
3.   Equals buildable area
=     acres
4.   Subtract 10% of buildable area for stormwater management
    acres
                     
5.   Subtract 15% of buildable area for streets
-     acres
                     
6.   Equals net site area
=       acres
 
   (D)   Step 3 - determine number of dwelling units allowed.  The third step of the yield formula involves a final calculation of the maximum number of dwelling units allowed on the site:
 
1.   Take net site area (from division (C) above)
      acres
2.    Multiply by zoning district maximum density (§ 154.265(B))
x     UPA
                     
3.   Equals pre-bonus maximum number of dwelling units allowed
=     units
 
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)