RS-1 District Schedule - Vancouver
4 Regulations All uses approved under sections 2 and 3 of this District Schedule shall be subject to the following regulations: 4.1 Site Area 4.1.1 The minimum site area for a one-family dwelling, one-family dwelling with secondary suite, two-family dwelling, or two-family dwelling with secondary suite, is 334 m2, and the minimum
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family dwelling, or two-family dwelling with secondary suite, is 7.3 m. 4.1.2 Where the site is less than 9.8 m in width or less than 334 m² in area, the design of any new dwelling shall first require the approval of the Director of Planning.
permitting condominium ownership; and (h) where located in a building deemed by Council to be appropriate for demolition because the premises are a nuisance. 10.8.4 Except as set out in sections 10.8.6, 10.8.7 and 10.8.8, where development necessitates the demolition of (a) a building listed on the Heritage Register or (b) a residential building
• Design of on-site circulation should be logical and efficient. • Circuitous routings to obscure parking or loading areas should be avoided. • Parking must be laid out such that it does not require a vehicle to back up for more than 10 m (33'). • Parking layouts must be such that vehicles exit the parking area in a forward direction,
car parking spaces may increase to no more than 40% of the total parking spaces; and (b) if a particular use requires only two or three parking spaces, one of them may be a small car space. The Director of Planning, in consultation with the City Engineer, is to determine the location of small car spaces on a site. 4.1.9 Uses Not Listed
small car ratio noted. See the Parking By-law, Section 4.1.7 regarding the permitted proportions of small cars. - The normally allowable maximum slope or crossfall is 5%, applicable to both the parking stalls and access aisles. E. Ticket Spitters Ticket spitters with automatic gates normally must be located not less than
community district education council shall be authorized to adopt and implement additional policies, which are consistent with the city district's district-wide code of conduct, to reflect the individual needs of each community school district provided that such additional policies shall require the approval of the chancellor. REGULATIONS
District regulations. (D.C. Official Code § 8-241) FORM OTA 2015.07.03 p. 3 9. QUIET ENJOYMENT AND RETALIATION: The landlord may not unreasonably interfere with the tenant’s comfort, safety or enjoyment of a rental unit, whether for the purpose of causing the housing accommodation to become vacant or otherwise (D.C. ...
B-3 Zoning District Description Sheet Revised June, 2014 Page 1 B-3 – GENERAL BUSINESS ZONING DISTRICT ZONING DESCRIPTION SHEET According to Section IV-2 of the Zoning Ordinance, the purpose and intent of the B-3 Zoning District is as follows: "The B-3, General Business District is intended to provide areas for a range of commercial
(a) In any district board of education operating as a Type I school district, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:9-2, the mayor of the municipality comprising the school district shall be the presiding officer of the board of school estimate. (b) In the event of the absence of the mayor at any meeting of the board of school estimate,
13160. Regulations and standards; administration. W ith the advice of the State Fire Advisory Board, the State Fire Marshal shall adopt, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and administer regulations and
100 from state senate district. [§43.20, 45.1] Iowa Secretary of State’s Office* State Representative [Iowa Constitution, Art. III, Sec. 3-4] Citizen at the time of the election. [§39.26] 1 year in Iowa. 60 days in the district at the time of the general election. 21 when sworn in. 2 years 50 from state representative district. [§43.20, 45 ...
district and who require modifications of their educational program if they are to achieve in accordance with their capabilities. “IEP” means individualized education program as defined in N.J.A.C. 6A:14-1.3. “IEP team” means as defined in N.J.A.C. 6A:14-1.3. “Indicator” means statements that further delineate the NJSLS.