A. Whenever the location of a boundary or other feature appearing in the Zoning Map is indicated in a legal description or other written statement incorporated herein, said location shall be interpreted precisely as described in such statement.
B. Whenever no applicable written statement exists, and the location of a boundary or other feature included in the Zoning Map approximates an edge or centerline, as the case may be, of a street, alley, path, or body of water which was in existence when said boundary or other feature was established, the location of the boundary or other feature shall be interpreted to follow such edge or centerline.
C. Whenever the situations described in subsections A and B of this section are not applicable, the location of a boundary or other feature included in the Zoning Map shall be determined through use of the scale on the map. Should any further uncertainty exist, said location shall be interpreted by the Planning Commission.
D. If a lot is divided by a zone boundary, the Planning Commission shall determine the precise boundaries.
E. Whenever this title requires consideration of distances, parking spaces, unit density, or other aspects of development or the physical environment expressed in numerical quantities which are fractions of whole numbers, such numbers shall be rounded up to the nearest whole number when the fraction is one-half or more, and rounded down to the next lowest whole number when the fraction is less than one-half, except as otherwise provided by this title. (Ord. 1111, 2018)