§ 1447-13. Nonconforming Residential Buildings  


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  • In the case of a nonconforming residential building, an increase in the number of dwelling units within the existing gross floor area or through an extension of the gross floor area is not permitted. Provided, however, in the case of a building used in part for nonresidential purposes, if the nonresidential use is relinquished, the number of dwelling units may be increased by one within the existing gross floor area irrespective of the minimum lot area for every dwelling unit requirements of the district in which the building is located.

(Ordained by Ord. No. 15-2004, eff. Feb. 13, 2004; a. Ord. No. 0346-2007, § 15, eff. Oct. 13, 2007)