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A. In the rural estate (RE-2, RE-4), rural residential (RR), single-family residential (SF-5, SF-10, SF-20), and two-family residential (TF) districts, not more than one principal building may be located on one lot. In all other districts, more than one principal building may be located on one lot provided the requirements of this title are met and where, in the MF, multiple-family residential district and the MFO, multiple-family residential/professional office district, the exterior walls of the principal buildings are separated by a distance of not less than 10 feet.

B. Within all districts, when two or more contiguous lots are under common ownership, each of which may or may not lack adequate area and dimension to qualify for a use allowed under the requirements of the zoning district in which said lots are located, said lots may be used as one lot.

C. In the TF, two-family residential district, when two contiguous lots are simultaneously developed with a building having a common wall coinciding with interior or rear lot lines, the common wall is exempt from setback requirements. Total number of dwelling units per building shall be limited to two.

D. In the MF, multiple-family residential, through the MFO, multiple-family residential professional office districts, when two or more contiguous lots are simultaneously developed with a building having one or more common walls coinciding with interior or rear lot lines, the common wall is exempt from setback requirements. Total number of dwelling units shall conform to the dwelling unit density requirement of the underlying zone.

E. In the TF, two-family residential, through the MFO, multiple-family residential professional office districts, when a lot or lots with an existing common wall building is to be replatted, the common walls are not subject to the setback requirements of the zone. (Ord. 2020-14 § 2, 2020; Ord. 93-037 § 3, 1993; Ord. 88-010 § 2, 1988. 2004 Code § 18.50.020.)