§ 156.005  APPLICATION; ABROGATION AND GREATER RESTRICTIONS.
   (A)   If the application of any provision(s) of this chapter to particular circumstances is held unconstitutional or invalid by the courts, the application of these provisions to other circumstances shall not be affected.
   (B)   It is not intended by this chapter to interfere with, abrogate, or amend any existing easements, covenants, or other agreements between parties, nor is it intended by this chapter to repeal, abrogate, annul, or in any way interfere with any existing provisions of laws or ordinances (other than previous zoning and subdivision control ordinances), or any rules, regulations, or permits previously adopted or issued pursuant to law relating to the use of buildings or premises; provided, however, that where this chapter imposes a greater restriction upon the use of buildings or premises than is imposed or required by those existing provisions of law or by those rules, regulations, agreements, covenants, or permits, the provisions of this chapter shall control; but where private covenants, permits, agreements, rules, or regulations impose a greater restriction than is imposed by this chapter, the greater restriction shall control.
(Ord. 23, §§ 1.10.40 and 1.10.60, passed 3-19-1997)