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Kitchen

Any room or any portion of a dwelling unit, whether an enclosing subdivision thereof or otherwise, used or intended or designed to be used for cooking and preparing food, except a light housekeeping room or hat portion of a recreation room in a multiple residential use, or in an accessory building appurtenant thereto, containing facilities for the cooking and preparation of food. (Amended by Ord. No. 140, 191, Eff. 5/15/70, Oper. 10/12/70.)


Lot

A parcel of land occupied or to be occupied by a use, building or unit group of buildings and accessory buildings and uses, together with such yards, open spaces, lot width and lot area as are required by this chapter, and fronting for a distance of at least 20 feet upon a street as defined herein, or upon a private street as defined in Article 8 of this chapter. The width of an access-strip portion of a lot shall not be less than 20 feet at any point. In a residential planned development a lot for a townhouse need have only such street frontage or access as is provided on the approved plans for the development. (Amended by Ord. 141,474, Eff.2/27/71.)


Lot Area

The horizontal area within the lot lines of a lot.


Lot Depth

The horizontal distance between the front and rear lot lines measured in the mean direction of the side lot lines.


Lot, Flag

A lot so shaped and designed that the main building site area is set back from the street on which it fronts and includes an access strip not less than 20 feet in width at any point connecting the main building site area to the frontage street. (Added by Ord. No. 137,956, Eff.3/2/69.)


Lot Line, Front

In the case of an interior lot, a line separating the lot from the street or place; and in the case of a corner lot, a line separating the narrowest street frontage of the lot from the street, except in those cases where the latest tract deed restrictions specify another line as the front lot line.


Lot Line, Rear

A lot line which is opposite and most distant from the front lot line and, in the case of an irregular, triangular or gore-shaped lot, a line 10 feet in length within the lot, parallel to and at the maximum distance from the front lot line.


Lot Line, Side

Any lot boundary line not a front line nor a rear lot line.


Lot Width

The horizontal distance between the side lot lines measured at right angles to the lot depth at a point midway between the front and rear lot lines.

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