A. Conformance with the Croman Mill District Plan. Land uses and development, including buildings, parking areas, streets, bicycle and pedestrian access ways, multi-use paths, and open spaces shall be located in accordance with those shown on the Croman Mill District Plan maps adopted by Ordinance 3031.
C. Amendments. Major and minor amendments to the Croman Mill District Plan shall comply with the following procedures.
1. Major and Minor Amendments.
a. Major amendments are those that result in any of the following.
i. A change in the zoning.
ii. A modification to the street layout plan that necessitates a street or other transportation facility to be eliminated.
iii. A change not specifically listed under the major and minor amendment definitions.
b. Minor amendments are those that result in any of the following.
i. A change in the street layout that requires a street, access way, multi-use path or other transportation facility to be shifted more than 25 feet in any direction, as long as the change maintains the connectivity established by the Croman Mill District Plan.
ii. Changes related to street trees, street furniture, fencing or signage.
iii. A change in the design of a street in a manner inconsistent with the Croman Mill District Standards.
iv. A modification of a driveway access location in a manner inconsistent with the Croman Mill District Standards.
v. A site layout, landscaping or building design which is inconsistent with the Croman Mill District Standards.
vi. A change to an area allocation for special permitted uses in subsection 18.3.2.040.B.
vii. A change in a dimensional standard requirement in subsection 18.3.2.050, but not including height and residential density.
2. Major Amendment – Type II Procedure. The approval authority may approve a major amendment to the Croman Mill District Plan through a Type II procedure in section 18.5.1.060 upon finding that the application meets all of the following criteria.
a. The proposed modification maintains the connectivity established by the district plan, or the proposed modification is necessary to adjust to physical constraints evident on the property, or to protect significant natural features such as trees, rock outcroppings, wetlands, or similar natural features, or to adjust to existing property lines between project boundaries.
b. The proposed modification furthers the design, circulation, and access concepts advocated by the district plan.
c. The proposed modification will not adversely affect the purpose and objectives of the district plan.
3. Minor Amendment – Type I Procedure. A minor amendment to the Croman Mill District Plan is subject to the Type I procedure in section 18.5.1.050. Minor amendments shall not be subject to the Exception to the Site Development and Design Standards in subsection 18.5.2.050.E. A minor amendment may be approved upon finding that granting the approval will result in a development design that equally or better achieves the stated purpose of this chapter, objectives of specific Croman Mill District Standards, and guiding principles of the Croman Mill Site Redevelopment Plan.