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Lots with less than one hundred and fifty feet of frontage may have one 1 driveway entrance. Lots with one hundred and fifty feet to eight hundred feet of frontage may have two 2 driveway entrances. Lots with over eight hundred feet of frontage may have one 1 additional driveway entrance for each additional four hundred feet. The width of all curb cuts shall be within the following limits. Residential uses shall be limited to driveway widths between ten 10 and twenty-five 25 feet. Uses serving twenty-five 25 or more large trucks per week shall have driveway widths between twenty 20 and forty 40 feet.

All other uses shall be limited to driveway widths between fifteen 15 and thirty 30 feet. Commercial uses with at least Free sex dating in arthur tn 37707 hundred and fifty feet of frontage, and having only one access point, may be permitted a forty-five 45 foot access, to allow for one Free casual dating in richmond va 23215 and two egresses, if approved by the planning commission. In all districts there shall be no plants or structures placed in or on any yard partition of a lot that would obstruct the vision of auto or pedestrian traffic using the intersecting public streets.

The purpose of the Planned Unit Development regulations is to provide for diversification in the relationship of uses and structures to their sites and also provide flexibility which will create a more desirable living environment. A PUD shall mean an integrated, professionally prepared design for development of residential, commercial, or industrial uses, or as permitted, combinations of such uses, to allow application of new techniques and technology of site and building design and location; this for the purpose of achieving economies in land usage, maintenance, and street and utility systems while providing for attractive open areas, safe circulation, and general well-being of the inhabitants.

Applicability of PUD Regulations. A PUD may be developed in any district provided that the uses permitted and density requirements of the district allow the development and the PUD plan elements are approved by the planning commission. Residential, commercial, public, semi-public, or industrial uses, or combinations of these uses where district or special regulations permit, may be developed under the PUD concept. Cluster type subdivisions and condominiums, townhouses, multi-dwelling units, rental developments, multi-use parks, travel trailer parks, and multi-use or ownership developments shall be considered as PUD's for the purpose of this ordinance.

Unless specifically altered by any provision of this section, the use and development regulations of Sections throughSections andor any other applicable provision of this ordinance shall apply to the development of a PUD. All PUD developments shall comply with the following requirements. No PUD shall have an area less than that required by the planning commission as adequate for the proposed project; however, the minimum site shall not be less than the minimum lot size required in the district in which the proposed project is to be located. Structures and Open Space. The planning commission shall require structures and open space to be arranged on the site in such a way that adjacent uses will not be adversely affected.

Where feasible, the highest height and intensity of uses shall be toward the interior of the projects. No freestanding building shall be located closer than twenty 20 feet to any other freestanding building. Minimum setback and lot width at setback requirements for lots as established in Chapters 6 and 7 may be altered upon approval of the planning commission; except that, in no case shall the setbacks from any exterior project site side or rear property line be less than twenty-five 25 feet. Preservation, maintenance, and ownership of open space areas and facilities shall be accomplished by one or more of the following methods, and shall be established in an appropriate legal manner.

Dedication to and acceptance by the public as part of a governmentally administered park and open space system. A property owners association. The developer or management authority of the PUD. Parking and Access Control Requirements. The provisions of this ordinance relating to vehicular access and parking, Sections throughshall be adhered to; except that, the planning commission may alter these requirements in instances in which a superior design alternative is presented which will not be detrimental to the public interest or in conflict with the intent of this ordinance.

The density units per gross acre of dwelling units in a PUD shall be no greater than that allowed in the zoning district within which a PUD is located.

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Whether or not the subdivision of property is proposed within a PUD, all project street and way improvements shall comply with the construction standards set out in the subdivision regulations. In PUDs in which property is divided for the purpose of sale or rental, such as a subdivision, the following requirements for PUD plan preparation shall apply: Prior to submitting a preliminary subdivision plat for review, a preliminary PUD plan shall be submitted to the planning commission which shall include the following: The approved preliminary PUD plan shall serve as the plan upon which the final PUD plan and preliminary subdivision plat are based.

Approval of a preliminary PUD plan shall lapse twelve 12 months from the date it was approved. Upon approval of the final PUD plan and the preliminary subdivision plat by the planning commission, development may commence with the installation of public improvements. No lots, however, shall be sold until final subdivision plat approval has been granted by the planning commission with all required improvements having either been installed or appropriate security posted for the installation of such improvements. In PUDs in which no individual parcel of property is owned or rented, such as condominium, apartment, commercial, or industrial PUDs, and similar uses, the following requirements for PUD plan preparation apply: A concept plan containing the following information shall be submitted to the planning commission for review: Upon approval of the final PUD plan, a special conditions permit may be issued.

The PUD applicant may elect to develop the site in successive stages. The stages and expected development periods shall be shown on the preliminary PUD development plan. However, each stage given final PUD approval must be substantially complete within itself. The planning commission may also require the development of a PUD project in stages if public facilities are not adequate to handle the entire development initially. The developer of a PUD shall be entitled to receive appropriate development permits following approval of the final PUD plan and the preliminary subdivision plat, where applicable. However, none of these permits shall be issued until the building official receives a PUD plan which bears the signed certificates of approval and of application and agreement See Appendix C for examples.

A PUD project may be changed or modified under conditions established for minor changes and major changes. The planning commission may approve changes in minor shifts of building locations proposed streets and ways, utilities and easements, recreation and open space areas or other features on the approved plan. However, these changes shall not increase densities, change exterior boundary lines, change uses, materially change location or amount of land devoted to specific uses, or significantly change the exterior features or appearance of buildings and uses shown on the approved plans. All changes other than those established as minor shall be considered as major changes to the PUD plan and shall require a new plan submission in accordance with the procedures and requirements for approval of a PUD plan.

It is the purpose of this section to establish reasonable and impartial regulations for the location of signs within the zoning districts of the city so as to achieve a more aesthetically desirable environment through flexible and diversified standards that provide for adequate light, air, and open spaces and a reduction in congestion and hazardous conditions within the city. Therefore, all new signs erected, constructed, or placed upon any property or building within the city shall conform to the provisions of this section.

The building official shall be provided with plans and specifications identifying the location, type, and design of any sign which requires a permit under the provisions of this section. No part of any sign shall exceed twenty-five 25 feet in height, except that the building official may allow a sign of up to thirty 30 feet where an unusual circumstance involving topography or congestion exists. Signs placed above a walkway shall have a minimum clearance of nine 9 feet. Signs located above a driveway shall have a minimum clearance of fifteen 15 feet. No business shall have more than two 2 signs, but not two 2 signs of the same type; except that on lots which extend between parallel streets, businesses may have three 3 signs, two 2 of which may be of the same type provided they do not front on the same parallel street.

Entrance and exit signs shall not be included in the total number of signs allowed. Signs which interfere with the view of traffic or that could be confused with any authorized traffic control sign, signal, or device, with the exception of signs that display time and temperature and public service announcements without advertising matter. Rotating, flashing, animated, continuous scrolling and video signs are prohibited, except for permanently mounted electronic message boards or digital signs. Off-premise signs, greater than thirty-two 32 square feet in area, which advertise an activity, business, product, or service not conducted on the premises upon which the sign is actually located; except those signs allowed in Section If you as part of your employment at UT has any kind of power over another person, you should NOT have any kind of romantic relationship with that person.

The power might consist of you being a supervisor, advisor, or teacher at any level. It therefore applies to administrators, supervisors, faculty, lecturers, teaching assistant etc. Below you will find the official formulation of UT's policy on consenting romantic or sexual relationships followed by the policy on sexual harassment. The policy quoted specifically refers to faculty members, but as explained above it applies to all people with some kind of power over other people. Relationships between students and their teachers, advisors, and others holding positions of authority over them should be conducted in a manner that avoids potential conflicts of interest or exploitation.

Given the inherent differences in power between faculty and students, all members of the university community should recognize the possibility of intentional or unintentional abuse of that power. Commonly accepted standards of professional behavior and ethics require that faculty members not hold evaluative power over any student with whom they have a romantic or sexual relationship. Faculty members who engage in these relationships leave themselves vulnerable to charges of sexual harassment or conflict of interests. Even when both parties initially have consented, such a relationship renders both the faculty member and the institution vulnerable to possible later allegations of sexual harassment in the light of the significant power differential that exists between faculty and students.

Thus, faculty members should not initiate or accept such a relationship with a student over whom they have an evaluative role.

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