[Ord. No. 1346 §1(21.05-A), 11-13-1989]
The subdivider shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the department that the proposed non-residential subdivision is specifically adapted to the uses anticipated and that the potential impact on adjacent areas has been taken into account.
The City may impose reasonable additional requirements with respect to public utilities, buffers, streets, stormwater drainage, sidewalk design and construction, and fencing to ensure compliance with the purpose and intention of this Chapter.
Residential areas abutting a proposed non-residential subdivision shall be protected from potential nuisance by requiring extra depth or width for commercial lots, by establishing a permanently landscaped buffer strip, or by other appropriate means as approved by the Commission.
In order to preclude the possibility of through commercial traffic in residential areas, commercial traffic generated by the non-residential subdivision shall not congest intersections directly servicing residential areas or generate traffic in or through residential subdivisions.
[Ord. No. §1346 §1(21.05-B), 11-13-1989]
Lot Dimensions. Minimum lot area, site area, lot depth and width shall conform to the requirements of the City's Zoning Ordinance.
Buffer And Screening Requirements. Shall conform to requirements of the Zoning Code.
Islands In Turnarounds. Shall not be required.
Public Streets. The City may allow a street dedicated to public use provided that the public interest is served and the City has written confirmation prior to final plat approval that a State or County agency will accept such street for maintenance.