1. This section applies to lot splits, which include any of the following:
a. A previously platted lot divided as a lot split by either metes and bounds description or by replatting. A metes and bounds division may only be divided one (1) time and by only one (1) new dividing lot line under the lot split process. Any further division requires replatting.
b. Lots zoned for commercial and industrial purposes may be divided into two (2) or more tracts without replatting the lot. However, the lot so produced shall conform to all minimum standards of this ordinance and other applicable codes of the City.
b. Interfere with maintaining existing service levels (e.g., additional curb cuts or repaving), or
C. Completeness Review
See Section 18.40.040, Completeness Review.
4. The applicant may appeal the denial of an application for a lot split to the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission shall act on the appeal within thirty (30) days following the filing. All decisions of the Planning Commission are final.
E. Approval Criteria
3. No lot split shall be approved if any of the following conditions exist:
a. A vacation of streets, alleys, utility easements or other public reservations is required or proposed (all of which would require a property to be replatted in accordance with Section 18.40.140 to 18.40.160 or 18.40.170);
4. The Planning Official may establish conditions of approval that are needed to carry out the intent and purpose of the requirements of this title that exist at the time of approval and Governing Body policies where those requirements are reasonably related to the development of the properties. These include, but are not limited to, installation of public facilities, dedication of right-of-way and easements and submission of covenants for the protection of other landowners in the original subdivision.
F. Subsequent Applications
G. Scope of Approval
A certified copy of the lot split shall be filed with the Register of Deeds office and the Planning Division within two (2) years following approval. Lot splits which are not timely recorded are null and void.