2. A "Dimensional Nonconformity” is a nonconforming situation that occurs when the height, size or minimum floor area of a structure, or the relationship between an existing building or buildings and the other buildings or lot lines, does not conform to the regulations applicable to the zoning district where the property is located.
☝ Commentary: examples of non-zoning structural requirements include modifications that are required by new building codes or the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
B. Repair, Maintenance and Alterations