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Section 412.050 of St. Charles County Code
b. You will need to correct the violations listed within the time period identified on the letter. Depending upon the type of violation(s) and whether this is a repeat violations, you may be granted an extension of time to complete the work but this must be granted by the inspector prior to the deadlines on the notice to prevent receiving a summons to appear in court.
St. Charles County ordinances do not require subdivision plats to be created for new parcels or tracts of land when:
• The property to be subdivided is located outside of recorded subdivisions and its legal description was recorded prior to Aug. 23, 1999; and
• No more than two parcels or tracts less than 10 acres in size will be created, or all parcels or tracts created will be equal to or greater than 10 acres in size; and
• All lots or parcels will abut a street (either public or private), or adjoin a newly recorded access easement serving no more than two parcels; and
• The new lot(s) will comply with the minimum lot size and other zoning requirements.