[Ord. No. 777 §26-102, 3-23-1994]
Screening shall be required between districts of a different zoning classification according to the following table:
The developer of the proposed use shall be responsible for providing the screening when such development is adjacent to an existing use designated with a "yes" in the table above.
The following specific uses will also be required to provide screening under certain conditions:
Screening may be provided in one (1) of three (3) manners as follows:
A six (6) foot solid board or masonry fence along the entire property line dividing the proposed use from the existing use.
A row of evergreen trees not less than four (4) feet in height at planting and planted not more than ten (10) feet on center along the entire property line dividing the proposed use from the existing use.
Any other combination of fencing, plantings or berm construction that meets the minimum standards set by the two (2) manners listed above. Use of this option requires Planning and Zoning Commission approval at the zoning or plat approval stage.
Maintenance of the screening shall be the responsibility of the following:
The property owner on which the screening is located. If this option is chosen, it shall be so stated as a deed restriction on the property.
A homeowners' association with the authority to collect dues in an amount sufficient to provide for such required maintenance. If this option is chosen, a copy of the homeowners' association bylaws must be filed with the Planning and Zoning Commission.