Nondiscretionary transfers are reviewed and approved by the Planning Department. Private party transfers are considered nondiscretionary if the sending parcel:
(1) Appeared as separately assessed on the Suffolk County Tax Map as of January 1, 1981, and
(2) Meets at least one of the following criteria:
(a) The parcel is lawfully developed for a commercial or institutional use, or for more than one dwelling unit;
(b) A vacant parcel that meets the minimum lot area and frontage required by the zoning ordinance;
(c) A sufficient area variance has been granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals for the parcel and/or, if necessary, the adjoining lot; or,
(d) The application includes a yield plan that complies with §323-7B and does not require the discretionary modification by the Town Board of any of those standards identified in §323-7C(3)
All other private party transfers are considered discretionary, in that they require a modification of at least one standard, and must be approved by the Town Board.