Prior to the adoption of Ord. 19049 on 06/05/2006, Section 25-30 read as follows.


    (a) Resubdivision shall be required to change an approved or recorded final plat if such change affects any street layout thereon, areas reserved thereon for public use, or any lot line, dimension or bearing, provided that areas reserved for public use and dedicated to the city on the plat may be vacated by the city council pursuant to applicable procedures. Only that portion of the plat being changed must be resubdivided.

    (b) Application for resubdivision shall be made to the director under the following procedure:

    (1)    Resubdivision of a major subdivision. The director shall review the application for resubdivision. If the director determines the proposed resubdivision is in substantial conformance with a valid approved preliminary plat, the subdivider shall apply for and secure approval of a final plat to effectuate the resubdivision. If the director determines that proposed resubdivision constitutes a substantial change from the approved preliminary plat, the subdivider shall apply for and secure approval of a revised preliminary plat, and, subsequently, of a final plat to effectuate the resubdivision.

    (2)    Resubdivision of a minor subdivision. The subdivider shall apply for and secure approval of the final plat to effectuate the resubdivision.

(c)    A plat that resubdivides land shall be labeled a replat.

(d)    A resubdivision of land shall not be approved by the council if the council determines that:

(1)    The replat would eliminate restrictions on the existing plat upon which neighboring property owners or the city have relied; or

    (2)    The replat would be detrimental to other property in the neighborhood and the detriment to the property in the neighborhood outweighs the benefits to the subdivider and the public.

(Code 1964, § 19.530; Ord. No. 10099, § 1, 3-5-84)