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A. Subject to subsection (C) of this section, a hearing officer may, using the procedures set forth in this division, consider and approve plat applications requesting the following:

1. A movement or elimination of lot lines resulting in no more than four lots.

2. A subdivision resulting in four or fewer tracts or lots meeting the access standards of Chapter 17.56 FNSBC.

3. A subdivision of a communication site or utility site which requires no legal road access as defined in Chapter 17.56 FNSBC.

4. Modification, elimination or reservation of a public utility easement.

B. Final plats for modification, elimination or reservation of utility easements and elimination of lot lines shall be exempt from monumentation requirements.

C. A hearing officer may not approve a plat that does any of the following:

1. Denies legal and physical access to any lot or tract created by or adjacent to the subdivision.

2. Requires road construction or improvement.

3. Alters a dedicated street or right-of-way or requires dedication.

4. Vacates a public road, trail, public area or any easements other than a public utility easement.

5. Requires a variance from a subdivision regulation. (Ord. 2019-01 § 3, 2019; Ord. 2005-10 § 2, 2005. 2004 Code § 17.30.040.)