Chapter 17.14


17.14.010    Binding site plans.

17.14.010 Binding site plans.

A division of land into lots, parcels or tracts zoned for industrial and/or commercial use or for condominiums may be processed as a binding site plan. The town shall approve a binding site plan when it has been shown to conform to the requirements of the zoning code, provided that such lots, parcels or tracts shall not be sold or transferred unless the binding site plan and a record of survey map, which is prepared in compliance with Chapter 58.09 RCW, and which includes a legal description of each lot, parcel or tract being created, is approved by the public works director and the mayor and filed for record in the county auditor’s office. The public works director shall certify that the survey map conforms to the requirements of the zoning code and development standards, and affix his signature along with the mayor’s signature to the survey prior to recording; provided further, that the binding site plan and all of its requirements shall be legally enforceable on the purchaser or other person acquiring ownership of the lot, parcel or tract; and provided further, that sale or transfer of such lot, parcel or tract in violation of the binding site plan or without obtaining binding site plan approval or other subdivision approval shall be considered a violation of this title and may be restrained by injunctive action as well as a criminal action for violation of this chapter. (Ord. 92-9 § 3, 1992).