[Ord. 1-71, 3/2/1971, § 900; as amended by Ord. 4/23/1986, 4/23/1986; by Ord. 6/24/1987, 6/24/1987; by Ord. 1-95, 5/10/1995, § 4, by Ord. 1-98, 3/11/1998, § 3; by Ord. 3-99, 5/12/1999, § E; by Ord. 1-2000, 6/14/2000; by Ord. 2-2003, 2/12/2003; and by Ord. 1-2004, 3/25/2004]
A building may be erected, altered, or used, and a lot may be used for any one of the following purposes, and for no other. Or a building may be erected, altered, or used, and a lot may be used for more than one of the following uses or purposes upon approval by the Board of Supervisors as a conditional use pursuant to the provisions of §§ 27-1411 through 27-1413 of Part 14.
Business and professional offices.
Restaurants with inside service and seating only.
Medical clinics and laboratory facilities.
Educational or religious uses.
Golf course and golf house, including driving range as a part of the same establishment, but excluding a miniature golf course.
Public utility operating facilities.
Municipal, county, state, or federal uses, excluding dumps, sanitary landfills, and correctional or penal institutions.
Automobile service station.
Wholesale sales, storage or distribution, which shall include mixed wholesale and retail sales; provided, that the retail sales is customary and subordinate to the wholesale sales, storage or distribution.
Club, fraternal institution, or nonprofit swimming pool, provided that a particular activity shall not be one which is customarily carried on as a business and provided that all services shall be for members and their guests.
Farm supply outlet.
Auto and farm equipment sales and service, including used car sales, when an accessory use to a new car agency.
Contractor base facilities.
Single-family dwelling provided the dwelling is within the structure housing the business enterprise.
Customary accessory uses.
Any one of the following uses shall be permitted upon approval by the Board of Supervisors as a conditional use pursuant to the provisions of §§ 27-1411 through 27-1415 of Part 14.
Fast food restaurant, which must provide inside seating for a minimum of 25 persons, with or without drive-in window.
[Ord. 1-71, 3/2/1971, § 901; as amended by Ord. 6/24/1987, 6/24/1987; by Ord. 1-2000, 6/14/2000; by Ord. 2-2002, 6/12/2002; and by Ord. 2-2003, 2/12/2003]
The following area and bulk regulations shall apply to each of the permitted uses:
Lot size: two acres minimum.
Lot width at building line: 200 feet minimum.
Lot width at street line: 100 feet minimum.
Lot coverage: 80% maximum.
Building setback line: 50 feet.
Side yards and rear yard: 50 feet minimum.
Building height: 75 feet maximum provided that for every one foot of height in excess of 35 feet there shall be two feet added to each yard and setback requirement to the maximum of 75 feet.
On lots used for commercial purposes, commercial accessory buildings may be erected in side and rear yards, provided that they meet the same setback requirements as the primary building.
Heights in excess of the thirty-five foot maximum may be granted upon the application to the Board of Supervisors for a conditional use subject specifically to the standard that the height will not create a health or safety problem, that the additional height would not interfere with the nature of the surrounding construction and atmosphere in the area for which the greater height is sought that the increased height of the building would not detract from the rural character of the neighborhood.
[Ord. 1-71, 3/2/1971, § 902; as amended by Ord. 1-95, 5/10/1995, § 5]
The following limitations shall be applied to any use permitted in this district:
No goods shall be displayed in any open area.
No odors shall be emitted which are perceptible at the lot boundaries.
No glare shall be allowed which is perceptible at the lot boundaries.
No loading shall be permitted in the area between the building and any street line.
Noise emanating from a use shall not exceed the level of ordinary conversation at the lot boundaries. Short, intermittent noise peaks may be permitted, if they do not exceed normal traffic noise peaks at any point on the lot boundaries.
Where feasible, install all utilities underground.
Recognize that subdivision and building permits shall be granted only after following procedures established in Chapter 22 of this Code.