Details for CITY OF TULSA

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Published in the Tulsa World, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, November 24, 2021
ORDINANCE NO. 24725
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TULSA ZONING CODE, TITLE 42, TULSA REVISED ORDINANCES
(HEREINAFTER “TITLE 42”) BY AMENDING CHAPTER 5 THEREOF, RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS, SECTION
5.020, USE REGULATIONS, TABLE 5-2: R DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS; CHAPTER 10 THEREOF, MIXEDUSE DISTRICTS, SECTION 10.020, USE REGULATIONS, TABLE 10-2: MX DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS;
SECTION 10.030, CHARACTER DESIGNATIONS, SECTION 10.030-B -P, PEDESTRIAN CHARACTER
DESIGNATION, TABLE 10-4: LOT AND BUILDING REGULATIONS FOR -P CHARACTER ZONES; SECTION
10.030-C URBAN CHARACTER DESIGNATION, TABLE 10-5: LOT AND BUILDING REGULATIONS FOR -U
CHARACTER ZONES; SECTION 10.030-D VARIABLE CHARACTER DESIGNATION, TABLE 10-6: LOT AND
BUILDING REGULATIONS FOR -V CHARACTER ZONES; CHAPTER 15 THEREOF, OFFICE, COMMERCIAL
AND INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS, SECTION 15.020 USE REGULATIONS, TABLE 15-2: O, C AND I DISTRICT USE
REGULATIONS; CHAPTER 20 THEREOF, OVERLAY DISTRICTS, SECTION 20.080 NIO, NEIGHBORHOOD
INFILL OVERLAY, SECTION 20.080-E PARKING REGULATIONS AND FIGURE 20-2: PARKING PROHIBITED
BETWEEN BUILDING AND STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY; CHAPTER 25 THEREOF, SPECIAL DISTRICTS, SECTION
25.020, AG, AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT AND AG-R, AGRICULTURAL-RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, SECTION
25.020-B USE REGULATIONS, TABLE 25-1: AG AND AG-R DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS; SECTION 25.040 CO,
CORRIDOR DISTRICT, SECTION 25.040-B USE REGULATIONS, TABLE 25-4: CO DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS;
SECTION 25.050, SR, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH DISTRICT, SECTION 25.050-B USE REGULATIONS, TABLE
25-5: SR DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS; SECTION 25.060, IMX, INSTITUTIONAL MIXED-USE, SECTION
25.060-B USE REGULATIONS, TABLE 25-7: IMX DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS; CHAPTER 45 THEREOF,
ACCESSORY USES AND STRUCTURES, SECTION 45.130, PARKING AND STORAGE OF COMMERCIAL TRUCKS;
CHAPTER 55 THEREOF, PARKING, SECTION 55.020 MINIMUM PARKING RATIOS, TABLE 55-1: MINIMUM
MOTOR VEHICLE PARKING RATIOS; SECTION 55.050 PARKING EXEMPTIONS AND CREDITS, SECTION
55.050-K ALTERNATIVE COMPLIANCE; CHAPTER 60 THEREOF, SIGNS, SECTION 60.020 PROHIBITED
SIGNS AND SIGN CHARACTERISTICS, SECTION 60.100 DYNAMIC DISPLAYS; CHAPTER 65 THEREOF,
LANDSCAPING AND SCREENING, SECTION 65.080 LANDSCAPE AND SCREENING MATERIAL; CHAPTER
70 THEREOF, REVIEW AND APPROVAL PROCEDURES, SECTION 70.010 COMMON PROVISIONS, SECTION
70.010-A APPLICABILITY, TABLE 70-1: REVIEW AND DECISION-MAKING AUTHORITY SUMMARY TABLE;
SECTION 70.020, ZONING CODE TEXT AMENDMENTS, ADDING SECTION 70.020-G APPLICABILITY; SECTION
70.040, DEVELOPMENT PLANS, SECTION 70.040-I AMENDMENTS TO APPROVED DEVELOPMENT PLANS;
SECTION 70.080 ZONING CLEARANCE AND PERMITS, SECTION 70.080-B COMPLIANCE WITH DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; SECTION 70.140 APPEALS OF ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS, AND FIGURE 70-7: APPEALS
OF ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS (GENERALLY); AND CHAPTER 95 THEREOF, DEFINITIONS, SECTION
95.040 TERMS BEGINNING WITH “A”; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES OR
PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Section 12. That Title 42, Chapter 25, Special Districts, Section 25.040, CO, Corridor District, Section 25.040-B Use
Regulations, Table 25-4: CO District Use Regulations, be and the same is hereby amended to correct “Governmental
Service” to read “Governmental Service or Similar Functions” and to read in pertinent part as follows:
Table 25-4: CO District Use Regulations
USE CATEGORY
CO
Supplemental Regulations
Subcategory (Section 35.020)
Specific Use
PUBLIC, CIVIC, AND INSTITUTIONAL
P*
Governmental Service or Similar Functions
Section 13. That Title 42, Chapter 25, Special Districts, Section 25.050, SR, Scientific Research District, Section
25.050-B Use Regulations, Table 25-5: SR District Use Regulations, be and the same is hereby amended to correct
“Governmental Service” to read “Governmental Service or Similar Functions” and to read in pertinent part as
follows:
Table 25-5: SR District Use Regulations
USE CATEGORY
SR
Subcategory (Section 35.020)
Supplemental Regulations
Specific Use
PUBLIC, CIVIC AND INSTITUTIONAL
S
Governmental Service or Similar Functions
Section 14. That Title 42, Chapter 25, Special Districts, Section 25.060, IMX, Institutional Mixed-Use, Section 25.060B Use Regulations, Table 25-7: IMX District Use Regulations, be and the same is hereby amended to correct
“Governmental Service” to read “Governmental Service or Similar Functions” and to read in pertinent part as
follows:
Table 25-7: IMX District Use Regulations

Section 1. That Title 42, Chapter 5, Residential Districts, Section 5.020, Use Regulations, Table 5-2: R District Use
Regulations, be and the same is hereby amended to correct “Governmental Service” to read “Governmental Service
or Similar Functions” and to read in pertinent part as follows:

USE CATEGORY
IMX
Subcategory (Section 35.020)
Supplemental Regulations
Specific Use
PUBLIC, CIVIC AND INSTITUTIONAL
S
Governmental Service or Similar Functions
Section 15. That Title 42, Chapter 45, Accessory Uses and Structures, Section 45.130, Parking and Storage of
Commercial Trucks, be and the same is hereby amended to revise the title thereof to read as follows: “Parking and
Storage of Commercial Vehicles” and be and the same is hereby amended to specify the characteristics of vehicles
prohibited from parking in residential districts, to identify where parking is prohibited and to read as follows:

Table 5-2: R District Use Regulations

Section 45.130 Parking and Storage of Commercial Vehicles

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF TULSA:

USE CATEGORY
RSRMRE
RD
RT
RMH Supplemental
Subcategory
Regulations
1
2 3 4 5
0 1 2 3
Specific Use
PUBLIC, CIVIC AND INSTITUTIONAL
Governmental Service or Similar
S
S S S S S
S
S
S S S S
S
Functions
Section 2. That Title 42, Chapter 10, Mixed-use Districts, Section 10.020, Use Regulations, Table 10-2: MX District Use
Regulations, be and the same is hereby amended to correct “Governmental Service” to read “Governmental Service
or Similar Functions” and to read in pertinent part as follows:
Table 10-2: MX District Use Regulations

A commercial vehicle, for the purpose of determining compliance with Section 45.130, is any vehicle,
including but not limited to a car, van, truck, bus, semi-truck, or tow truck, that includes any of the
following characteristics:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

More than two (2) axles;
A cab height greater than eighty-four (84) inches;
Any part or attachment to the vehicle capable of exceeding the height of ninety (90) inches;
A gross vehicle weight rating greater than twelve thousand (12,000) pounds;
An overall length of more than twenty-five (25) feet;
A commercial sign or message exceeding four (4) square feet per side; or
A tow sling or other device designed specifically to tow another vehicle.

45.130-B Where Prohibited

USE CATEGORY
MX1
MX2
MX3
Supplemental Regulations
Subcategory
Specific Use
PUBLIC, CIVIC AND INSTITUTIONAL
S
S
S
Governmental Service or Similar Functions
Section 3. That Title 42, Chapter 10, Mixed-use Districts, Section 10.030, Character Designations, Section 10.030-B -P,
Pedestrian Character Designation, be and the same is hereby amended to change the title of Section 10.030-B from
“-P, Pedestrian Character Designation” to “Pedestrian Character Designation”.
Section 4. That Title 42, Chapter 10, Mixed-use Districts, Section 10.030, Character Designations, Section 10.030-B
Pedestrian Character Designation, Table 10-4: Lot and Building Regulations for -P Character Zones, be and the
same is hereby amended to include a reference to the regulations for measurement of the Build-to Zone, and to read
in pertinent part as follows:
Table 10-4: Lot and Building Regulations for -P Character Zones
3,500 K Min. Ground Floor Ceiling Height (feet)
14
Minimum Lot Area (sq. ft.)
25
Minimum Lot Width (feet)
Minimum Transparency (%)
20
Ground floor
50
Minimum Street Frontage (feet)
100
Upper floors
20
Minimum Open Space per Unit (sq. ft.)
Minimum Building Setbacks (feet)
Min. Parking Setbacks (ft)(see also §55.080-C)[1]
Street
0
Primary street
30
Abutting R district
10
Secondary street or R zoning district
10
Abutting nonresidential district
0
Nonresidential zoning district
0
Abutting alley
5
Yes
Street-facing Entrance Required
Build-to Zone (BTZ) (minimum/maximum
in feet) See Section 90.110 for BTZ measure- 0/10
ment
Primary street BTZ
80
Secondary street BTZ
30
Section 5. That Title 42, Chapter 10, Mixed-use Districts, Section 10.030, Character Designations, Section 10.030-C
Urban Character Designation, Table 10-5: Lot and Building Regulations for -U Character Zones, be and the same
is hereby amended to include a reference to the regulations for measurement of the Build-to Zone, and to read in
pertinent part as follows:
Table 10-5: Lot and Building Regulations for -U Character Zones
Minimum Lot Area (sq. ft.)

45.130-A Description

Min. Parking Setbacks (feet)(see also §55.080-C)
[1]
Primary street
Secondary street or R zoning district
Nonresidential district
Min. Ground Floor Ceiling Height (feet)
Mixed-use and commercial buildings
Other buildings
Minimum Transparency (%)
Mixed-use buildings
Ground floor
Upper floors
Commercial buildings
Ground floor
Upper floors
Other buildings
Street-facing Entrance Required

Townhouse
1,600
30
Apartment/condo
7,500
10
All other
3,500
0
Minimum Lot Width (feet)
Townhouse
20
14
Apartment/condo
50
–
All other
25
20
Minimum Street Frontage (feet)
40
Minimum Open Space per Unit (sq. ft.)
Townhouse
200
20
Apartment/condo/mixed-use
100
35
Minimum Building Setbacks (feet)
Street
0
20
Abutting R district
10
20
Abutting nonresidential district
0
Yes
Abutting alley
5
0/20
Build-to Zone (BTZ) (minimum/maximum
in feet) See Section 90.110 for BTZ
measurement
Primary street BTZ
60
Secondary street BTZ
30
Section 6. That Title 42, Chapter 10, Mixed-use Districts, Section 10.030, Character Designations, Section 10.030-D
Variable Character Designation, Table 10-6: Lot and Building Regulations for -V Character Zones, be and the same
is hereby amended to include a reference to the regulations for measurement of the Build-to Zone and to correct a
formatting error, and to read in pertinent part as follows:
Table 10-6: Lot and Building Regulations for -V Character Zones
Build-to Zone (BTZ) (minimum/maximum in
Minimum Lot Area (sq. ft.)
feet) See Section 90.110 for BTZ measurement
0/110
Townhouse
1,600
Primary street BTZ
50
Apartment/condo
7,500
Secondary street BTZ
25
Min. Parking Setbacks (feet)(see also §55.080-C)
All other
3,500
[1]
Minimum Lot Width (feet)
Street or R zoning district
10
Townhouse
20
Nonresidential zoning district
0
Apartment/condo
50
Min. Ground Floor Ceiling Height (feet)
All other
25
Mixed-use and commercial buildings
14
Minimum Street Frontage (feet)
20
Other buildings
–
Minimum Open Space per Unit (sq. ft.)
Minimum Transparency (%)
Townhouse
200
Mixed-use buildings
Apartment/condo/mixed-use
100
Ground floor
40
Minimum Building Setbacks (feet)
Upper floors
20
Street
0
Commercial buildings
Abutting R district
10
Ground floor
35
Abutting nonresidential district
0
Upper floors
20
Abutting alley
5
Other buildings
20
Street-facing Entrance Required
Yes
Section 7. That Title 42, Chapter 15, Office, Commercial and Industrial Districts, Section 15.020 Use Regulations,
Table 15-2: O, C and I District Use Regulations, be and the same is hereby amended to correct household living uses
for Industrial zoning districts and correct a formatting error, and to read in pertinent part as follows:
Table 15-2: O, C, and I District Use Regulations
USE CATEGORY
Supplemental
OL OM OMH OH CS CG CH CBD IL IM IH Regulations
Subcategory
Specific Use
RESIDENTIAL
Household Living (if in allowed building type identified in Table 15-2.5)
Single household
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
S
S
S
Two households on single lot
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
S
–
–
Three or more households on single lot
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
S
–
–
Section 8. That Title 42, Chapter 20, Overlay Districts, Section 20.080 NIO, Neighborhood Infill Overlay, Section
20.080-E Parking Regulations, Section 20.080-E2, Location, be and the same is hereby revised to correct the number
of a Figure referred to therein, and to read as follows:
2. Location
The parking area is prohibited between building and street right-of-way (see Figure 20-5) on lots
occupied by a Townhouse, Cottage House Development, Multi-unit House and Apartment/Condo.
Section 9. That Title 42, Chapter 20, Overlay Districts, Section 20.080 NIO, Neighborhood Infill Overlay, Section
20.080-E Parking Regulations, Figure 20-2: Parking Prohibited between Building and Street Right-of-Way, be and
the same is hereby revised to correct the number thereof and to correct the labeling within the figure and to read
as follows:
Figure 20-5: Parking Prohibited between Building and Street Right-of-Way

No commercial vehicle as defined in §45.130-A may be parked or stored outdoors within a residential
zoning district. This provision is not intended to prohibit the following:
1. Vehicles accessory to a permitted non-residential use and parked on the lot containing the use;
2. Deliveries and pickups by common carrier delivery vehicles or service vehicles being actively used,
loaded, or unloaded (e.g., postal service, UPS, FedEx, et al.) of the type typically used in residential
neighborhoods;
3. Recreational vehicles (See §45.150);
4. Vehicles registered to a governmental body or utility provider and used for law enforcement,
emergency response, or repair of public infrastructure; or
5. Vehicles accessory to a construction project or an active building or construction permit.
Section 16. That Title 42, Chapter 55, Parking, Section 55.020 Minimum Parking Ratios, Table 55-1: Minimum
Motor Vehicle Parking Ratios, be and the same is hereby amended to correct “Governmental Service” to read
“Governmental Service or Similar Functions” and to read in pertinent part as follows:
Table 55-1: Minimum Motor Vehicle Parking Ratios
USE CATEGORY

Measurement
(spaces per)

CBD District CH District and
MX District

All Other
Additional
Districts and requirements/
PI Overlay [1]
notes

Subcategory
Specific Use

[1] See Section 20.040 for information on PI Overlay
PUBLIC, CIVIC & INSTITUTIONAL
0.00
established as part of special
Governmental Service or Similar
exception
Functions
Section 17. That Title 42, Chapter 55, Parking, Section 55.020 Minimum Parking Ratios, Table 55-1: Minimum Motor
Vehicle Parking Ratios, be and the same is hereby amended to reduce the parking required for schools and to read
in pertinent part as follows:
Table 55-1: Minimum Motor Vehicle Parking Ratios
USE
CATEGORY
Subcategory
Specific use

Measurement
(spaces per)

Additional requirements/notes

All Other
CH
CBD
District Districts
District and MX and PI
District Overlay
[1]

[1] See Section 20.040 for information on PI Overlay
PUBLIC, CIVIC & INSTITUTIONAL
School
Elementary or
1,000 sq. ft.
0.00
0.50
0.75
Middle
Senior High
1,000 sq. ft.
0.00
0.50*
0.75* *or 0.055 per seat in the largest stadium/
auditorium, whichever is greater
Section 18. That Title 42, Chapter 55, Parking, Section 55.050 Parking Exemptions and Credits, Section 55.050-K
Alternative Compliance, be and the same is hereby amended to eliminate the requirement for a parking study and
to read as follows:
55.050-K Alternative Compliance
The motor vehicle parking ratios of this chapter are not intended to prevent development and
redevelopment or to make development and redevelopment economically impractical. In order to
allow for flexibility in addressing the actual expected parking demand of specific uses, alternative
compliance parking ratios may be approved through the special exception procedures of Section 70.120
only if:
1.The board of adjustment determines that the other allowed parking reduction alternatives of Section
55.050 are infeasible or do not apply; and
2. The board of adjustment determines that the reduced parking ratios proposed are not likely to cause
material adverse impacts on traffic circulation and safety or on the general welfare of property
owners and residents in the surrounding area.
Section 19. That Title 42, Chapter 60, Signs, Section 60.020 Prohibited Signs and Sign Characteristics, Section 60.020-A,
be and the same is hereby amended to include a reference to Title 51 of the Tulsa Revised Ordinances and to read
as follows:
60.020-A Signs for which no permit that is required under Title 51 of the Tulsa Revised Ordinances has been
issued;
Section 20. That Title 42, Chapter 60, Signs, Section 60.100 Dynamic Displays, Section 60.100 J, be and the same is
hereby amended to revise the term “outdoor advertising sign” to read “off-premise outdoor advertising sign” and
to read as follows:
60.100-J Any off-premise outdoor advertising sign that includes a dynamic display that was lawfully established
before January 1, 2010, must be separated by a minimum distance of 1,200 feet from any other offpremise outdoor advertising sign that includes a dynamic display. This spacing limitation does not
apply between signs separated by a freeway. The 1,200-foot distance must be measured in a straight
line from the center of the subject sign structures, as located on the ground.
Section 21. That Title 42, Chapter 60, Signs, Section 60.100 Dynamic Displays, Section 60.100 K, be and the same is
hereby amended to revise the term “outdoor advertising sign” to read “off-premise outdoor advertising sign” and
to read as follows:
60.100-K Except as provided in §60.100-J, any off-premise outdoor advertising sign that includes a dynamic
display and that was approved by a permit issued on or after January 1, 2009, must be separated by
a minimum distance of 1,200 feet from any other off-premise outdoor advertising sign that includes a
dynamic display facing the same traveled way. The 1,200-foot distance must be measured in a straight
line from the center of the subject sign structures, as located on the ground.
Section 22. That Title 42, Chapter 65, Landscaping and Screening, Section 65.080 Landscape and Screening Material,
Section 65.080-A General, Section 65.080-A3, Selection, be and the same is hereby amended to delete reference to a
plant list and to permit trees and plants that are not native to North America, but that are adapted to local growing
conditions, and to read as follows:
3. Selection
Trees and plants used to satisfy the requirements of this zoning code must:
a. Meet or exceed the plant quality standards established in the latest edition of the American
Standard for Nursery Stock (ANSI Z60.1);
b. Be native to North America or adapted for growing conditions in the Tulsa area, as determined by
the land use administrator; and
c. Not be artificial plants or plants listed as prohibited species on the recommended and prohibited
tree list.
Section 23. That Title 42, Chapter 70, Review and Approval Procedures, Section 70.010 Common Provisions, Section
70.010-A Applicability, Table 70-1: Review and Decision-making Authority Summary Table, and Table 70-1 Notes, be
and the same are hereby amended to reflect that the Development Administrator verifies spacing and separation
distance requirements and to read as follows:
Table 70-1: Review and Decision-making Authority Summary Table
Procedure
Zoning Code Text Amendments
Zoning Map Amendments (NonHP)
Development Plans
Site Plans
Historic Pres. (HP) Zoning Map
Amendments
HP Permits
Zoning Code Interpretations
Spacing and Separation Distance
Verification

Staff
R

Preservation
Commission
–

Planning
Commission


Board of
Adjustment
–

City Council


Public
Notice
N

R

–



N,M,P

R
DM[1]

–
–


–

–
–


–

N,M,P
–

R

R



N,M,P

R[2]
DM[3]

DM[2]
–

–
–

–
–

–
–

–
–

DM[4]

–

–

–

–

–

Special Exceptions

–

–

–



–

Variances
Appeals of Administrative
Decisions

–

–

–



–

N,M,P
[5]
N,M

–

–

–

[6]

–

N,M

R = Review body (review and recommendation) | DM = Decision-making body (final decision to approve or
deny)
< > = Public hearing required | Hearing Notice: N = Newspaper; M = Mail; P = Posting (signs)
Table 70-1 Notes
[1] Unless alternative site plan review procedure/decision-maker is established by city council at time of
development plan approval (see §70.050-C)
[2] Preservation officer (staff) authorized to act on some applications (see §70.070-K)
[3] Development administrator authorized to issue written interpretations
[4] Development administrator authorized to verify spacing and separation distance requirements
[5] Special notice requirements for minor special exceptions (See §70.120-E)
[6] Appeals of administrative decisions on site plans go the planning commission
Section 24. That Title 42, Chapter 70, Review and Approval Procedures, Section 70.020, Zoning Code Text Amendments,
be and the same is hereby amended to add a new subsection thereto, Section 70.020-G Applicability, to provide for
administrative correction of typographical and certain other errors in the zoning code, to read as follows:

Section 10. That Title 42, Chapter 25, Special Districts, Section 25.020, AG, Agricultural District and AG-R,
Agricultural-Residential District, Section 25.020-B Use Regulations, Table 25-1: AG and AG-R District Use
Regulations, be and the same is hereby amended to correct the title of a column, to correct household living uses
and to correct a formatting error, and to read in pertinent part as follows:
Table 25-1: AG and AG-R District Use Regulations
USE CATEGORY
AG
Subcategory (Section 35.020)
Specific Use
RESIDENTIAL
Household Living (if in allowed building type indicated in Table 25-1.5)
Single Household

P

AG-R

Supplemental Regulations

P

Section 11. That Title 42, Chapter 25, Special Districts, Section 25.020, AG, Agricultural District and AG-R, AgriculturalResidential District, Section 25.020-B Use Regulations, Table 25-1: AG and AG-R District Use Regulations, be and the
same is hereby amended to correct “Governmental Service” to read “Governmental Service or Similar Functions”
and to read in pertinent part as follows:
Table 25-1: AG and AG-R District Use Regulations
USE CATEGORY
Subcategory (Section 35.020)
Specific Use
PUBLIC, CIVIC AND INSTITUTIONAL
Governmental Service or Similar Functions

AG

AG-R

S

S

Supplemental Regulations

70.020-G Applicability
1. All amendments to the text of this zoning code must be processed in accordance with the provisions
of this section, except as stated in 70.020-G.2.
2. The land use administrator, in consultation with the city legal department, is authorized to correct
typographical errors, reference errors, spelling errors, formatting errors, and errors in section,
page, table, and figure numbering, without following the zoning code text amendment procedures
of this section. The changes necessary to correct such errors may not change the meaning or
regulations of the zoning code.
Section 25. That Title 42, Chapter 70, Review and Approval Procedures, Section 70.040, Development Plans, Section
70.040-I Amendments to Approved Development Plans, Section 70.040-I1, Minor Amendments, Section 70.040-I1c, be
and the same is hereby amended to delete the requirement for posting notice of development plan minor amendments
and to read as follows:
c. Notice of the planning commission’s public hearing on a development plan minor amendment
request must be provided at least 10 days in advance of the hearing by mailing written notice to all
owners of property within a 300-foot radius of the exterior boundary of the subject property.
Section 26. That Title 42, Chapter 70, Review and Approval Procedures, Section 70.080 Zoning Clearance and Permits,
Section 70.080-B Compliance with Development Regulations, be and is hereby amended to delete provision for Early
Release Permits, and Section 70.080-B3 is hereby deleted.
Section 27. That Title 42, Chapter 70, Review and Approval Procedures, Section 70.140 Appeals of Administrative
Decisions, Section 70.140-A Authority, be and the same is hereby amended to confirm that an appeal from the
preservation commission is covered by the procedures of the section and to read as follows:
70.140-A Authority
Appeals of administrative (staff-level) decisions on site plans go to the planning commission (See §70.050-C). The
board of adjustment is authorized to hear and decide all other appeals where it is alleged there has been an error
in any order, requirement, decision or determination made by the land use administrator, the development

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