No building, structure or premises shall be used and no building or structure shall be erected or structurally altered, except for the following uses:
Single-family detached house.
Public community center building, public auditorium, public library, public museum, public art gallery, public park or playground or other like place of public assembly not conducted for gain or profit.
[Added 9-28-1988 by Ord. No. 88:47]
Prohibited uses shall be as specified in § 430-39.
The following accessory uses shall be permitted:
[Amended 12-12-1989 by Ord. No. 89:72; 7-9-1991 by Ord. No. 91:43]
The following conditional uses shall be permitted only in the R-3 Residential District:
Professional home office, subject to the conditions of § 430-59B, and further provided that no such use shall be located on a lot of less than 20,000 square feet in size.
The operation of a public or private nonprofit school or child-are center, subject to the requirements of § 430-41B.
[Amended 7-9-1991 by Ord. No. 91:43]
The R-3 and R-3 (RCA) Residential Districts shall be differentiated from the R-3A (RCA) Residential District with respect to development standards as specified in the schedule of regulations in Article VI.
Off-street parking space, together with appropriate access thereto, shall be provided on the same lot as the building it is intended to serve in accordance with the standards of Article XXXVII.
Payment of housing subsidies.
[Added 7-9-1991 by Ord. No. 91:43]
At the time of approval of a development in the R-3 (RCA) and R-3A (RCA) Residential Districts, an applicant shall, in order to obtain development approval, enter into or have entered into an agreement with the Township Council to fund a portion of the Township's obligation under the regional contribution agreement. Such agreement shall be incorporated by reference in any plan approval granted pursuant to this chapter and shall be modified without the consent of the applicant, the Township and the Council on Affordable Housing of the State of New Jersey.
The applicant shall pay to the Township for the satisfaction of its Mount Laurel obligation off site and in consideration for the provisions set forth in this subsection the sum of $10,000 per lot created by way of subdivision approval. Such sum shall be paid in the following manner: Upon adoption of this subsection and the expiration of the time of appeal thereof without being taken or a final determination of any appeal of such an approval which upholds the approval, the developer shall pay the sum of 10% of the estimated amount determined at the rate of $10,000 per lot and shall post a letter of credit for the balance of the estimated amount to be paid to the Township. The terms of said letter of credit shall provide that the Township has the right to draw upon the letter of credit, upon notice to the developer of its intention to draw upon said letter of credit, in connection with the Township's obligation to fund its regional contribution agreement(s) in accordance with that agreement's funding provisions, and, in any event, the Township may draw down the balance of the moneys not later than the grant of final subdivision approval and the expiration of time for the filing of an appeal from Planning Board action. In the event that there is an inconsistency between the estimated number of lots and the number for which approval is granted, the amount of the contribution to be made by the developer under this agreement shall be adjusted at the time of final subdivision approval. It is understood that this financial contribution is a subsidy to the Township for the purpose of creating and/or rehabilitating low- and moderate-income housing and is in consideration for the Township adopting this subsection.