Town of McCandless, PA
Allegheny County
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[Ord. 741, passed 7-3-1978]
There shall be a Zoning Map indicating the zoning classification applicable to each property. The Map shall be revised annually to agree with zoning and other changes authorized by Council. The President of Council and the Town Secretary shall sign the Map and shall initial the annual revision. If the zoning of any property as indicated on the Map is found not to conform with the zoning stated in the ordinance that last rezoned the property, the zoning stated in the ordinance controls and the Map shall be promptly revised to conform.
[Ord. 741, passed 7-3-1978]
The Town Manager shall maintain an official copy of the Zoning Map in the Town Hall. This copy shall be marked to indicate all authorized changes within 30 days of authorization. Such changes include rezoning, subdivision and the taking over of roads. A new copy shall be produced as soon as the original is updated each year.
[Ord. 741, passed 7-3-1978]
A separate record shall be kept of all ordinances authorizing changes in the Zoning Map. This log shall include a copy of each ordinance marked to show when the change was made on the official copy of the Zoning Map and shall be signed by the Zoning Officer to indicate that he has verified that each change has been properly made.
[Ord. 1127, passed 8-22-1994]
Where uncertainty exists with respect to district boundaries shown on the Zoning Map, the following rules shall apply:
Normally, district boundaries follow street and lot lines. Where the designation on the Zoning Map indicates a boundary within 25 feet of a lot or street line, such lot or street line shall be construed as the district boundary.
Where an apparent boundary is within 25 feet of two lot lines, the district boundary shall be construed to be the nearest lot line.
Where an apparent boundary line is not within 25 feet of a lot line, the Zoning Map shall be scaled to determine the location of the boundary.
Where practical, it is desirable for the zoning district boundaries to proceed in straight lines, rather than curved or stepped.