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As used in this chapter, the following definitions apply:

A. Development Standards. Currently effective Development Services, Transportation and Utilities Departments’ Development Standards and/or Engineering Standards, and the development or engineering standards of any other City department with applicable standards, now or as hereafter amended;

B. Lot. A fractional part of subdivided lands having fixed boundaries, being of sufficient area and dimension to meet minimum zoning requirements for width and area;

C. Revision. The modification of a previously approved and recorded short plat which results in the addition of new lots, tracts, parcels or sites, but which does not result in the creation of a total of more than four legal building lots within the boundaries of the originally approved and recorded short plat;

D. Right-of-Way. A strip of land dedicated for public use for utilities, vehicular and/or pedestrian travel, access to adjoining properties, or other use involving maintenance by a public agency. (Ord. 5480, 10-20-03, § 29; Ord. 5232, 6-26-00, § 15; Ord. 3938, 7-18-88)