City of Monroe, WI
Green County
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§ 5-12-1 Statement of purpose.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
The PUD planned unit development district is established to encourage and promote improved environmental and aesthetic design in the city by allowing for greater freedom, imagination and flexibility in the development of land while insuring substantial compliance to the basic intent of this title and the general plan for community development. To this intent, it allows variation in the relationship of uses, structures and open spaces in developments conceived and implemented as comprehensive and cohesive unified plans and projects. It is further intended to encourage more rational and economic development with relationship to public services, energy efficiency and community appearance consistent with the overall intent of this title and the general plan for community development.

§ 5-12-2 Permitted uses.

[2-17-1993; 6-6-2006; 2016 Code]
(A) 
Subject to the criteria listed in this chapter, the following shall be permitted uses in the planned unit development district:
(1) 
A permitted or conditional use in any of the other districts of this title.
(2) 
A large scale retail store.
(3) 
A large scale retail development.
(B) 
Each use in the planned unit development district shall be developed, and remain, in full compliance with such requirements as are made a part of an approved general development plan and such general development plan shall be enforced as a part of this chapter.

§ 5-12-3 Area, height, lot area per family and parking requirements.

[2-17-1993; 6-6-2006; 2016 Code]
Except as provided in this chapter, in the planned unit development district there shall be no predetermined specific area, height, lot area per family and parking requirements, but such requirements as are made a part of an approved general development plan shall be construed to be and enforced as a part of this chapter.

§ 5-12-4 Criteria for approval.

Notes
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[2-17-1993; 6-6-2006; 2016 Code]
As a basis for determining the acceptability of an application for zoning to the planned unit development district, the following criteria should be applied to the proposed general development plan:
(A) 
The proposed development shall be compatible with the physical nature of the site with particular concern for preserving natural features, existing vegetation and topography.
(B) 
The proposed development shall adequately provide for the improvement and continuing preservation and maintenance of attractive open space.
(C) 
The proposed development shall be an asset to the community aesthetically. The buildings and uses shall be compatible with the surrounding neighborhood.
(D) 
The proposed development shall not create a traffic or parking demand incompatible with existing or proposed facilities. The width and location of streets, drives, other paving and lighting should be appropriate to the uses proposed. In no case shall standards be less than those necessary to ensure public safety as proposed by the city.
(E) 
The proposed development shall not adversely affect the anticipated provision for school or other Municipal services. The proposed development shall offer proof as to the name of the school district or districts in which the planned unit development is located and verify that all plans have been submitted to the school district.
(F) 
The proposed development shall not adversely affect the economic prosperity of the city or of surrounding properties.
(G) 
The proposed development shall include suitable assurances that each phase could be completed in a manner which would not result in an adverse effect upon the community as a result of termination at that point.
(H) 
If the proposed development is either a large scale retail store or a large scale retail development the general development plan shall comply with all requirements set forth in section 5-12-5(C) of this chapter.
(I) 
The council may establish additional criteria to be applied or guidelines to be followed in the consideration of the proposed development. Such criteria or guidelines shall be in writing and shall be available for inspection by the applicant.

§ 5-12-5 Procedure.

[2-17-1993; 6-6-2006; 2016 Code]
The procedure for rezoning to a planned unit development district shall be as required for any other zoning district change in this title, except that in addition thereto the rezoning may only be considered in conjunction with a general development plan, and said plan shall be subject to the following requirements:
(A) 
Pre-application conference. Before submitting a completed planned unit development application, the applicant shall meet with city staff to discuss the planned unit development process and any issues that may affect the proposed planned unit development. It is the intent of this section to provide for an exchange of general and preliminary information only and no statement by either the applicant or the city staff during such conference shall be regarded as binding or authoritative for purposes of this chapter.
(B) 
Planned unit development application. Following the pre-application conference the proponent of a planned unit development shall file with the city plan commission a completed planned unit development application on a form provided by the city. The following shall be included in or as attachments to such application:
(1) 
Project description. A statement describing the general character of the intended development.
(2) 
Map. An accurate map of the project area showing sufficient detail to make possible the evaluation of the criteria for approval as set forth in section 5-12-4 of this chapter, including:
A) 
The relationship to the surrounding properties and topography and key features.
B) 
The pattern of public and private roads, driveways and parking facilities.
C) 
A description of land uses and building types, size and arrangements.
D) 
A utility feasibility analysis.
(3) 
Organizational structure. A general outline of intended organizational structure related to property owner's association, deed restrictions and private provision of common services.
(4) 
Phased development plan. A plan for phasing such development or a statement that the development will not occur in phases.
(5) 
Other. Any other data required by the city plan commission or the council.
(C) 
Large scale retail planned unit developments. In addition to any other requirements of this chapter, no application for zoning property as a planned unit development that includes a large scale retail store or a large scale retail development shall be approved unless the following requirements are satisfied:
(1) 
Size limitation. A large scale retail store may exceed 150,000 square feet in size only if the general development plan includes the following written findings:
A) 
That the proposed large scale retail store exceeding 150,000 square feet in size is reasonably necessary to accomplish the applicant's business plan.
B) 
That the proposed large scale retail store includes features in its design that mitigate, to the extent reasonably possible, adverse impacts resulting from its size and a summary of the particular design features that will be used to mitigate such adverse impacts.
C) 
That the proposed large scale retail store can reasonably be expected to produce economic benefits for the city and its citizens which exceed the benefits that can be expected to accrue if the large scale retail store is less than 150,000 square feet in size.
(2) 
Impact analysis. The applicant has filed with the city plan commission before final action on the planned unit development application written analysis of the following:
A) 
Economic impact. An analysis of the economic impact of the proposed large scale retail store or large scale retail development funded by the applicant and prepared by a qualified professional. At a minimum the economic impact analysis shall contain:
1) 
A comprehensive list of assumptions used in completing the study. A draft of such assumptions shall be presented to the planning commission for review and the planning commission may direct that modifications be made to the assumptions and redirect the focus of the study.
2) 
A description of the market area for the proposed large scale retail store or large scale retail development.
3) 
An evaluation of the potential economic impacts of the proposed large scale retail store or large scale retail development on the city's business districts.
4) 
The anticipated change in sales tax and property tax revenues within the city resulting from development of the large scale retail store or a large scale retail development. If as a result of the large scale retail store or large scale retail development it is anticipated that a reduction in sales tax or property tax revenues generated from any other properties or businesses in the city will occur the anticipated reductions shall be identified and separately analyzed.
5) 
The projected net costs and long term benefits to the city related to necessary improvements to public services and infrastructure.
B) 
Traffic impact. A traffic impact analysis of the proposed large scale retail store or large scale retail development funded by the applicant and prepared by a licensed traffic engineer following Wisconsin department of transportation district one guidelines. The traffic impact analysis shall include weekend traffic generation and impact analysis and recommendations for mitigating potential impacts to the city's traffic circulation system. If the traffic impact analysis suggests that the project will have significant adverse impacts on the city's traffic circulation system the plan commission may require as a condition for approval that the applicant pay for required off-site improvements.
C) 
Municipal services impact. A municipal services impact analysis of the proposed large scale retail store or large scale retail development funded by the applicant and prepared by a qualified professional that identifies and analyzes each anticipated impact of the large scale retail store or large scale retail development on municipal services, including sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water, fire protection and police protection services.
D) 
Neighborhood impact. A neighborhood impact analysis of the proposed large scale retail store or large scale retail development funded by the applicant and prepared by a qualified professional containing sufficient documentation for the plan commission to evaluate the impact of the development on the immediate neighborhood surrounding the planned unit development. The following criteria shall be used by the plan commission in evaluating the project's impact on the neighborhood:
1) 
Whether the development is compatible with existing uses in the general vicinity.
2) 
Whether the architecture and site design of the development blends harmoniously with the architectural design and site characteristics of adjoining properties.
3) 
The relationship of the development to abutting zoning districts or anticipated land uses abutting the planned unit development as identified in the city's land use plan.
E) 
Independent review of impacts. The plan commission shall have authority to accept or reject any impact analysis presented by the applicant. If determined necessary by the plan commission and authorized by the council, the applicant shall provide adequate funding to the city to hire one or more consultants, selected by the plan commission, having appropriate education, training and experience to complete and present any impact study and analysis required by this section or to review the analysis presented by the applicant.
(3) 
Comparative site analysis. If a planned unit development that includes a large scale retail store or a large scale retail development is proposed for a site that is not located entirely within the city limits or that has been annexed to the city in whole or in part within three years before a request for rezoning to planned unit development then the applicant shall provide to the plan commission a written analysis documenting that sites located wholly within the city other than the proposed site were seriously considered for the planned unit development and explaining the reasons why such site or sites were not selected. The plan commission may direct that the municipal services impact analysis include the cost of providing municipal services to the selected site compared to the cost of providing municipal services to any reasonably suitable site located within the city that was not selected.
(4) 
Analysis of vacated large scale retail store. If the applicant knows or has reason to believe that an occupant of the large scale retail store or large scale retail development will relocate from an existing large scale retail store in the city then the applicant shall provide to the plan commission an analysis of the anticipated short and long term reuses of the large scale retail store that will be vacated. An applicant shall be considered to have reason to believe that an anticipated occupant of the large scale retail store or large scale retail development will relocate from an existing large scale retail store if before final action on the planned unit development application by the plan commission a written or oral commitment to relocate to such large scale retail store or large scale retail development has been made by such anticipated occupant even if there remains one or more unsatisfied contingencies related to such commitment. Approval of the planned unit development may be conditioned on one or more of the following:
A) 
Reuse. Reasonable assurances that a productive use of a vacated site will be made within a reasonable period and that such reuse will continue for an extended period.
B) 
Redevelopment. If a vacated site is not capable of productive reuse reasonable assurances that such site will be redeveloped within a reasonable period.
(5) 
Site plan. File with the city plan commission before final action on the planned unit development application a detailed site plan drawn to scale showing the following:
A) 
Physical features. The location of setbacks, easements, all existing and proposed buildings and structures, access points, buffering, vehicular and pedestrian circulation patterns, parking, loading, storage and delivery areas, merchandise display areas, mechanical equipment, drainage, landscaping, and the specific location of the use or uses of the planned unit development.
B) 
Elevations. Elevation plans of all proposed structures.
C) 
Other. Other information necessary to establish that the requirements of this chapter will be met.
(6) 
Development agreement. Before action by the plan commission recommending rezoning to the planned unit development district of a parcel on which there exists or is proposed to be developed a large scale retail store or large scale retail development the applicant shall file with the plan commission a proposed development agreement that incorporates terms not materially inconsistent with the following:
A) 
Aesthetic character.
1) 
Facades and exterior walls:
A. 
Facades greater than 100 feet in length. Facades greater than 100 feet in length, measured horizontally, shall incorporate wall plane projections or recesses having a depth of at least three percent of the length of the facade and extending at least 20 percent of the length of the facade. No uninterrupted length of any facade shall exceed 100 horizontal feet.
B. 
Ground floor facades. Ground floor facades that face public streets shall have arcades, display windows, entry areas, awnings or other similar features along no less than 60 percent of their horizontal length.
2) 
Detail features.
A. 
Horizontal detail. Building facades must include a repeating pattern that includes no less than three of the following elements in the horizontal plane:
1. 
Color change;
2. 
Texture change;
3. 
Material module change;
4. 
An expression of architectural or structural bays through a change in plane no less than 12 inches in width, such as an offset, reveal or projecting rib.
B. 
Vertical detail. Building facades must include a repeating pattern that includes at least one of the following elements in the vertical plane:
1. 
Color change;
2. 
Texture change;
3. 
Material module change;
C. 
Repeat of detail features. All detail features shall repeat at intervals of no more than 30 feet, either horizontally or vertically.
3) 
Roofs. Roofs shall have no less than two of the following features:
A. 
Parapets. Parapets concealing flat roofs and rooftop equipment such as HVAC units from public view.
B. 
Eaves. Overhanging eaves, extending no less than three feet past the supporting walls.
C. 
Sloping roofs. Sloping roofs that do not exceed the average height of the supporting walls, with an average slope greater than or equal to one foot of vertical rise for every three feet of horizontal run and less than or equal to one foot of vertical rise for every one foot of horizontal run.
D. 
Roof slope planes. Three or more roof slope planes.
4) 
Materials and colors.
A. 
Building exterior. Predominant exterior building materials shall be of high quality, including, but not limited to, brick, sandstone or other native stone or tinted or textured concrete masonry.
B. 
Facade. Facade colors shall be low reflectance, subtle, neutral or earth tone colors.
C. 
Trim. Building trim and accent areas may feature brighter colors, including primary colors.
B) 
Entryways. Each large scale retail store shall have clearly defined, highly visible customer entrances featuring no less than three of the following:
1) 
Canopies or porticos;
2) 
Overhangs;
3) 
Recesses or projections;
4) 
Arcades;
5) 
Raised corniced parapets over the door;
6) 
Peaked roof forms;
7) 
Arches;
8) 
Outdoor patios;
9) 
Display windows;
10) 
Architectural details such as tile work and moldings which are integrated into the building structure and design;
11) 
Integral planters or wing walls that incorporate landscaped areas or places for sitting.
C) 
Site design.
1) 
Building entrances. All building entrances shall be architecturally prominent and clearly visible from the abutting public street.
2) 
Parking facilities. The preferred location for parking is within the side or rear building yards. If parking is provided in the front yard, then additional landscaping may be required between the parking area and the street right-of-way.
3) 
Back sides. The minimum setback for any building facade shall be 40 feet from the nearest property line. Where the facade faces abutting residential uses an earthen berm, no less than six feet in height and appropriate plantings or other landscaping elements shall be provided.
4) 
Connectivity. The site design must provide direct connections and safe street crossings to adjacent land uses.
5) 
Natural features. The site design shall use the natural features and topography of the site to the maximum extent possible.
D) 
Pedestrian circulation.
1) 
Sidewalks. Sidewalks on site shall:
A. 
Link the site to existing public sidewalks and pedestrian trails.
B. 
Be provided along the full length of any structure where it abuts a parking lot and along the full length of any part of the site that abuts a public street.
C. 
Be located at least six feet from the facade of any building to provide planting beds for foundation landscaping, except where features such as arcades or entryways are part of the facade.
2) 
On-site pedestrian walkways. On site pedestrian walkways shall:
A. 
Connect focal points of pedestrian activity such as, but not limited to, public sidewalks, street crossings and building entrances. Where considered appropriate by the plan commission to enhance their attractiveness such walkways shall feature adjoining landscaped areas that include trees, shrubs, benches, flower beds, ground covers or other suitable landscaping elements.
B. 
Include weather protection features such as awnings or arcades at all customer entrances.
C. 
Be distinguished from driving surfaces through the use of durable low maintenance surface materials such as pavers, bricks or scored concrete to enhance pedestrian safety and comfort as well as the attractiveness of the walkways.
E) 
Bicycle parking facilities.
1) 
Number of bicycle parking spaces. A minimum of one bicycle parking space shall be provided for every 50 automobile parking spaces unless characteristics of the development dictate otherwise in which case the plan commission may require a greater or lesser number. Each bicycle parking space shall include a facility for securing the bicycle by chain, cable or other means. Bicycle parking spaces shall be provided in a location or locations that are reasonably convenient to building entrances.
2) 
Location of bicycle parking spaces. Bicycle parking spaces or related facilities shall not impede free pedestrian circulation on any sidewalk or pedestrian walkway.
F) 
Outdoor display areas. Outdoor display of merchandise shall be permitted only as follows:
1) 
Exterior display merchandise areas shall be permitted only where clearly depicted on the site plan.
2) 
Exterior display areas located other than on a building apron should be separated from motor vehicle routes, sidewalks and pedestrian walkways by a physical barrier visible to drivers and pedestrians.
3) 
Exterior display areas located on a building apron shall maintain a minimum unobstructed walkway width of 10 feet between the display items and any vehicle drives.
G) 
Outdoor storage, loading or unloading equipment and facilities. Outdoor storage, loading or unloading equipment and facilities, including loading docks, service vehicles, trailers, equipment, containers, crates, pallets, merchandise, materials, forklifts, trash, recyclables shall be permitted only where clearly depicted and labeled on the site plan. Such facilities shall be appropriately screened or located so as to minimize any unsightly esthetic effects. No delivery, loading, unloading, trash removal or compaction activity shall be permitted between the hours of 10:00 PM and 7:00 AM unless sound barriers are provided that effectively reduce noise emissions from such operations to a level of 45 db or lower, as measured at the lot line of any adjoining property.
H) 
Central features and community space. Each large scale retail store or large scale retail development shall contribute to the establishment or enhancement of community and public spaces by providing at least two of the following, each of which shall have direct access to the public sidewalk network, and such features shall be constructed of materials that are not inferior to the principal materials of the building and landscape:
1) 
Patio or seating area;
2) 
Pedestrian plaza with benches;
3) 
Transportation center;
4) 
Window shopping walkway;
5) 
Outdoor playground area;
6) 
Kiosk area, water feature;
7) 
Clock tower;
8) 
Such deliberately shaped area or a focal feature or amenity that, in the judgment of the plan commission, adequately enhances such community and public spaces.
I) 
Parking. Parking lots and parking structures should not visually dominate the large scale retail store or large scale retail development setting and should enhance the city's aesthetic qualities and natural surroundings. Parking facilities should be designed and landscaped with increased emphasis on pedestrian ways that provide public connectivity to and through the site. The visual impacts of parking lots shall be mitigated through measures such as landscaping, screening, or situating parking areas away from the front of buildings. Where practical parking areas should be separated into smaller delineated groupings of spaces separated by landscaping or other design elements. All parking areas of five or more vehicles shall be paved and graded according to a drainage plan designed and installed under accepted engineering practice. All drainage plans shall be reviewed and approved by the appropriate city staff.
J) 
Outdoor lighting. Outdoor lighting shall be full cut-off fixtures and downward facing and no direct light shall bleed onto adjacent properties. Reflected glare onto nearby buildings, streets or pedestrian areas is prohibited. The applicant must provide to the city information on how outdoor lighting will be accomplished to minimize impacts on adjacent properties or roadways. To minimize any indirect overflow of light on adjacent properties, the height of any proposed parking lot light standard should be as short as possible and should stair step down to a lower height when close to residential uses. The applicant shall submit to the city sufficient information, in the form of an overall exterior lighting plan, to enable the city to determine that the requirements of this section will be satisfied. The exterior lighting plan shall include at least the following:
1) 
Manufacturer specification sheets, cut-sheets or other information provided by the manufacturer for all proposed lighting fixtures.
2) 
The proposed location, mounting height, and aiming point of all exterior lighting fixtures.
3) 
If building elevations are proposed for illumination, drawings shall be provided for all relevant building elevations showing the fixtures, the portions of the elevations to be illuminated, the luminance levels of the elevations, and the aiming point for any remote light fixture.
4) 
A brief written narrative, with accompanying plan or sketch, which demonstrates the objectives of the lighting and a computer generated photometric grid showing foot-candle readings every 10 feet within the property or site, and 10 feet beyond the property lines at a scale specified by city staff. Iso-footcandle contour line style plans are also acceptable.
K) 
Landscaping. A detailed landscape plan drawn to scale showing the following:
1) 
General design elements. General design elements in the following areas:
A. 
Screening of parking, storage areas, and unsightly objects such as public utilities and substations.
B. 
Creating buffer zones between residential, commercial and industrial areas.
C. 
Erosion control.
D. 
Wind and noise barriers.
E. 
Streetscape enhancement.
F. 
Improving the relationship of site to structure through the use of shade, screening, accent, and foundation plantings.
2) 
Locations. One or more of the general design elements in each of the following locations:
A. 
Along building foundations.
B. 
Along circulation drives.
C. 
Along the perimeter of the site.
D. 
Within parking lots.
3) 
Use of plantings. If plantings are used for landscaping the variety and species shall be disclosed on the landscape plan and shall be attractive, appropriate for the design objectives to be achieved and selected so as to minimize adverse impacts on underground utilities, generation of organic waste and street and sidewalk maintenance.
L) 
Signs. Exterior signage should provide for modest, coordinated, and complimentary exterior sign locations, configurations, and color throughout the site and should not be visually dominating. All freestanding signage within the development should complement signage affixed to structures within the site. The plan commission may require that signs for multiple businesses within the planned unit development be integrated and consolidated into one or more sign structures.
M) 
Reuse of site. The development agreement shall address in detail how the applicant intends to assure reuse of the site in the case that the applicant abandons the large scale retail store or large scale retail development. The plan commission may require that the large scale retail store or large scale retail development be designed and developed to include features that enhance the flexibility of the site and structures (such as partitions or multiple entryways) so as to facilitate reuse by multiple tenants if the building or development is abandoned.
N) 
Adverse impacts. The development agreement shall address in detail how the adverse impacts identified in any impact analysis required by this chapter will be addressed in the development.
O) 
Deferred selection of options. If development will occur in phases the development agreement may provide that selection of certain options permitted by this chapter may be deferred until approval of the specific implementation plan for any phase, provided however, that any options selected in one phase shall be applied consistently in all other phases unless otherwise expressly provided in the development agreement.
P) 
Incorporation in general development plan. The development agreement shall be adopted by reference and made a part of the general development plan. The city may at its option enforce the development agreement as a part of the general development plan. Remedies shall be cumulative and the choice of one remedy by the city shall not preclude another remedy.
Q) 
Authority of plan commission to waive requirements. The plan commission may waive any one or more of the required terms of the development agreement if the plan commission makes an affirmative finding that a literal enforcement of this section would result in unnecessary hardship or would not further the interests of the city.
(D) 
Existing large scale retail store or large scale retail development. A large scale retail store or large scale retail development lawfully existing on the effective date of this section that by virtue of enactment of this section becomes a non-conforming use may be rezoned to a planned unit development without complying with the procedures set forth in paragraphs (A) and (C) of this section. The applicant shall comply with the requirements of paragraph (B) of this section, provided however, the criteria set forth in section 5-12-4 of this chapter shall not be applied to deny an application where the characteristics and impacts of such development will not be materially different following approval than the characteristics and impacts existing on the effective date of this section.

§ 5-12-6 Approval of general development plan.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
(A) 
Approval of the rezoning and related general development plan shall establish the basic right of use for the area when in conformity with the plan as approved.
(B) 
Upon final approval of and adoption of the zoning change to the planned unit development district, all plans submitted as well as other commitments, restrictions and other factors pertinent to assuring that the project will be carried out as presented, shall be filed with the zoning administrator and shall be referred to in regard to enforcement or modification of the development plans.

§ 5-12-7 Phase approval.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
Detailed plans are not required to be completed when zoning is approved. However, before commencement of any phase, the city plan commission shall review and approve a specific implementation plan. This approval may be granted administratively by the city plan commission and is contingent upon:
(A) 
Filing of the specific implementation plan with the city plan commission by the applicant. Said plan shall include the following:
(1) 
A final plat of the phase area showing detailed lot layout, intended uses of each parcel, public dedication, public and private streets, driveways, walkways, and parking facilities.
(2) 
The location and treatment of open spaces areas.
(3) 
The arrangement of building groups other than single-family residences and all final landscape plans.
(4) 
Architectural drawings and sketches illustrating the design of proposed structures.
(5) 
A utility plan locating all utility installations.
(6) 
A storm water drainage and erosion control plan.
(7) 
Agreements, bylaws, provisions or covenants which govern the organizational structure, use, maintenance and continued protection of the planned unit development.
(B) 
At the option of the city plan commission, the applicant shall provide for the development of park lands, playgrounds and other public spaces. At the option of the city plan commission, the applicant shall provide one of the following:
(1) 
Dedication of area equal in amount to at least five percent of the area of the planned unit development district exclusive of streets and alleys. The city plan commission shall have the option of dictating the lands to be used to fulfill this requirement; or
(2) 
Payment of monies to a nonlapsing fund for park land development. The city plan commission may require the applicant to pay to the city a sum of money, on a per unit basis in the case of a planned unit development, for the development of park lands or playgrounds. All monies paid thereunder shall be paid to a nonlapsing fund maintained by the city and administered by the council, to purchase and develop park lands or playgrounds. The sum of money to be paid by the applicant shall be $100.00 for each unit to be developed for single-family residential use. If more than one family unit is allowed, an additional $50.00 per unit shall be assessed. If payment of a fee is required by the city plan commission, such fee shall be assessed as a condition for, city plan commission approval of the specific implementation plan. Such fee shall be due and payable in cash upon approval of the specific implementation plan.
(C) 
At a regular meeting, the city plan commission shall approve or require changes consistent with the approved general development plan. Upon final approval of the specific implementation plans, said plans shall be filed with the zoning administrator and shall be referred to in regard to enforcement or modification of the development plans. All covenants, restrictions or contractual agreements with the city which have not been previously recorded shall be recorded with the Green County register of deeds office before final issuance of building permits for the phase.

§ 5-12-8 Modifications.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
Any change of use of any parcel of land or addition to or modification of any approved development plans shall be submitted to the city plan commission for approval. Minor changes can be granted administratively. If, in the opinion of the city plan commission, the modification constitutes a major change of the original development plan, a new application shall be required to be submitted to the council for approval under the procedures provided in this chapter.

§ 5-12-9 Fees.

[2-17-2015; 2016 Code]
Fees for processing an application to zone property to the planned unit development district or for processing changes or additions to an approved general development plan or specific implementation plan shall be set by resolution of the council.