§ 8.2-2. Relation of planned development district (PDD) regulations to other zoning regulations.  


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  • The regulations in article VIII.2 shall apply to the establishment and regulation of all planned development districts.

    An applicant may request that any requirements of article VIII.3 or the planned development district regulations be waived or modified if it is found to be inconsistent with planned development design principles and that the waiver or modification is consistent with the intent and purposes of the planned development district under the particular circumstances. If the applicant requests such a waiver or modification as part of the master plan, the applicant shall submit the request in writing as part of the application, and shall demonstrate that the waiver or modification would not adversely affect the public health, safety or general welfare and, in the case of a requested modification, that the public purposes of the original regulation would be satisfied to at least an equivalent degree by the modification. Any request for such a waiver or modification from the regulations specified in the zoning, subdivision, site plan and sign ordinances shall be reviewed and considered as part of the master plan. Subsequent to the approval of the master plan, any additional waivers or modifications of the requirements of the zoning, subdivision, site plan and sign ordinances must be reviewed by the planning commission and city council pursuant to sections 8.2-7 and 8.2-8 of this article. In addition to making the findings required for the granting of a waiver or modification, such waiver or modification may be granted only if it is also found to be consistent with the intent and purposes of the planned development district under the particular circumstances.

(Ord. No. 1349, § 1, 11-23-2009; Ord. No. 1474, § 1, 10-28-2013)