There’s a lot to be learned from this article. To summarize, the owner of three lots had two of them where the lot size was too small for the zone that it is in. If the lot was legally created, it would be considered legal non-conforming, or grandfathered. But in this case the lots were not legally created. In other words they were likely recorded at the county with a metes and bounds description or similar but they never processed the subdivision through the county. That constitutes an illegal subdivision. So the remedy that they proposed was to rezone the property to a zoning designation that has smaller minimum lot size requirements. If approved the lots would be of the appropriate size for that zone making it possible for them to be legally platted as is. Like I said, a lot here but very interesting.
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