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Unless otherwise noted, the regulations set by this chapter within each district shall be minimum regulations and shall apply uniformly to each class or kind of structure or land. No building, structure or land shall hereafter be used and no building, structure or part thereof shall be erected, moved or altered unless for a use expressly permitted by and in conformity with the regulations herein specified.
A. 
The requirements and regulations under the Floodplain District shall conform to Chapter 135, Flood Damage Prevention.
[Added 7-7-1992]
B. 
The FP District is subdivided into two categories (FWA Floodway Area and FFA Floodway Fringe Area). The boundaries for the FP District are the same as the boundaries for the Flood Hazard Boundary Maps originating from the Federal Insurance Administration (FIA). This area may be further refined to include both the Floodway and the Floodway Fringe District as defined and delineated by the FIA. The following controls shall apply:
(1) 
FWA Floodway Area.
(a) 
Uses permitted by right:
[1] 
Orchards.
[2] 
Off-street parking areas.
[3] 
Open recreational uses, including parks, playgrounds, golf courses, picnic groves, beaches and boat launching areas.
[4] 
Unlimited and limited agriculture (excluding any structures).
[5] 
Wildlife sanctuaries, woodland preserves, scenic sites and arboretums.
(b) 
Prohibited uses:
[1] 
Landfills of any type.
[2] 
Storage of materials or equipment.
[3] 
Any other use that would unduly affect the efficiency or capacity of the floodway or unduly increase flood heights or cause increased velocities or obstructions or catch and collect debris which would obstruct flow under flood conditions.
(c) 
Existing nonconforming uses. No existing nonconforming use in the Floodway Area shall be expanded; however, the use way be modified, altered or repaired to incorporate floodproofing measures (provided that such measures do not raise the level of the one-hundred-year flood).[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Section 401A4, which immediately followed this subsection and dealt with minimum lot size and permanent structures, was repealed 7-7-1992.
(2) 
FFA Floodway Fringe Area.
(a) 
Uses permitted by right:
[1] 
Facilities for raising insects.
[2] 
Flood retention dams, dikes, culverts and bridges as approved by the State of New York.
[3] 
Nurseries, orchards and greenhouses.
[4] 
Open storage if contiguous to an industrial district.
[5] 
Outdoor recreation uses, including tennis courts, parks, a campsite, picnic groves, golf courses and swimming, fishing and boating facilities.
[6] 
Private stables subject to the following restrictions:
[a] 
No stable shall be less than 250 feet from the street line and less than 100 feet from the side and rear lot lines.
[b] 
No storage of manure or odor-producing substance shall be permitted within 250 feet from the street line and 100 feet from the side and rear lot lines.
[c] 
See also restrictions in § 247-40, Livestock and livestock buildings and § 247-41, Domestic animals and livestock.
[Added 7-7-1992; amended 8-24-1994]
[7] 
Unlimited and limited agriculture.
[8] 
Wildlife sanctuaries, woodland preserves and arboretums.
[9] 
Essential services.
[10] 
Single-family residences.
[Amended 7-7-1992]
[11] 
Accessory uses.
(b) 
Dimensional requirements.
[1] 
The minimum horizontal setback for all structures shall be 75 feet from the top of the slope of any watercourse. The minimum setback for all structures shall be 60 feet from the road right-of-way line.
[2] 
Where public sewerage is not available (and sewage disposal is required), no lot shall be built upon which has insufficient space or conditions for a private sanitary waste disposal system. Water supply systems and/or sanitary disposal systems shall be designed to eliminate infiltration of floodwaters into the systems and discharges from the systems into floodwaters.
[3] 
New construction or substantial improvements of habitable structures shall have the lowest floor (including basement) elevated to or above the level of the one-hundred-year flood. All utility and sanitary facilities shall be floodproofed up to the level of the one-hundred-year flood.
[4] 
All structures to be used for human occupancy must be located on the building site so as to offer the minimum obstruction to the flow of floodwaters (i.e., longitudinal axis parallel to the direction of flood flow). All structures (including prefabricated and mobile homes) must be designed (or modified) to be firmly anchored to prevent flotation, collapse or lateral movement.
[5] 
All utilities (water, sewer, gas and electrical systems) shall be located and constructed to minimize or eliminate flood damage. All access roads to structures shall be graded to an elevation above the one-hundred-year flood. Restrictions of bridge openings or other narrowing of streams or rivers shall be constructed at or above the flood protection elevation of the one-hundred-year flood.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Former Section 401B3, Bulk and area regulations, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 7-7-1992.
(c) 
Also see Article VI, General Regulations, and Article VII, Supplemental Regulations.
[Amended 12-1-1992]
A. 
Uses permitted by right:
(1) 
Farms, limited agriculture and unlimited agriculture (excluding public stables).
(2) 
Home occupations as permitted by § 247-39.
(3) 
Single-family detached residences limited to one residence per building lot (excluding mobile homes and mobile home parks).
(4) 
Private stables in conjunction with principle residences subject to the following restrictions:
(a) 
No stable shall be less than 250 feet from the street line and less than 100 feet from the side and rear lot lines.
(b) 
No storage of manure or odor-producing substance shall be permitted within 250 feet from the street line and 100 feet from the side and rear lot lines.
(c) 
See also restrictions in § 247-40, Livestock and livestock buildings and § 247-41, Domestic animals and livestock.
(5) 
Accessory structure in conjunction with a principal residence as permitted by § 247-34.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
(6) 
Outdoor recreational uses, including tennis courts, parks, golf courses and rod and gun clubs. See Article VI for special requirements.
B. 
Uses permitted by special exception:
(1) 
Public uses.
(2) 
Semipublic uses.
(3) 
Clubs, lodges and meeting halls.
C. 
Minimum lot area:
[Amended 8-24-1993; 8-2-2005; 4-4-2006]
(1) 
Single-family with sewers: 31,250 square feet with a minimum width of 125 feet and a minimum depth of 250 feet.
(2) 
Single-family without sewers: One acre with a minimum width of 125 feet and a minimum depth of 250 feet.
(3) 
Wetlands, wetland buffer areas, ponds (both retention and detention) and easement areas are excluded in calculating minimum square foot, lot width and lot depth requirements.
(4) 
Lot width measurement: 125 feet measured from side lot line to side lot line following the street line and 125 feet measured using the shortest distance from side lot line to side lot line at the minimum front yard setback line.
D. 
Minimum and maximum front yard setbacks:
[Amended 2-4-2003; 7-5-2005]
(1) 
Minimum front yard setback of 75 feet for main structures, 100 feet for detached garages. See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
(2) 
Exception for minimum front yard setback. Where the front setbacks have been previously established by existing structures, the required minimum front yard setback shall be determined by averaging the front setback for all principal structures located within 400 feet from either side of the property.
(3) 
Maximum front yard setback of 250 feet for main structures.
E. 
Minimum side yard setback: 15 feet for dwelling and garages. See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
F. 
Minimum rear yard setback: 50 feet for main structure; 15 feet for detached garage. See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
G. 
Maximum height restrictions:
(1) 
Dwellings: 35 feet.
(2) 
Detached garages: 20 feet (not to exceed height of primary structure).
(3) 
See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
H. 
Minimum size of primary dwellings:
[Amended 8-24-1993]
(1) 
One-story dwelling: 1,000 square feet living area.
(2) 
One-and-one-half-story dwelling: 1,000 square feet living area.
(3) 
Two-story dwelling: 1,200 square feet living area.
I. 
Maximum size of detached or attached garage shall be no more than 50% of the floor area of the primary structure, not to exceed 1,200 square feet. Only one garage is allowed per building lot.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
J. 
Structures used in customary farming.
[Amended 2-4-2003; 6-4-1996 by L.L. No. 1-1996; 6-3-2008]
(1) 
Customary farm and/or agricultural buildings on lots (parcels) of seven acres and over may be allowed for customary farming and/or agriculture use.
K. 
Also see Article VI, General Regulations, and Article VII, Supplemental Regulations.
L. 
Commercial vehicles, other than pickup trucks, weighing in excess of 10,000 pounds GVW shall not be parked on a less than 1 1/2 acre residentially zoned lot.
[Added 8-21-2001; amended 12-2-2003]
[Amended 12-1-1992]
A. 
Uses permitted by right:
(1) 
Home occupations as permitted by § 247-39.
(2) 
Single-family detached residences or one two-family residence on one building lot (excluding mobile homes and mobile home parks).
(3) 
Farms, limited agriculture and unlimited agriculture (excluding public stables).
(4) 
Private stables in conjunction with principal residences subject to the following restrictions:
(a) 
No stable shall be less than 250 feet from the street line and less than 100 feet from the side and rear lot lines.
(b) 
No storage of manure or odor-producing substance shall be permitted within 250 feet of the street line and 100 feet from the side and rear lot lines.
(c) 
See also restrictions in § 247-41, Domestic animals and livestock.
(5) 
Accessory structure in conjunction with a principal residence as permitted by § 247-34.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
(6) 
Outdoor recreational uses, including tennis courts, parks, golf courses and rod and gun clubs. See Article VI for special requirements.
B. 
Uses permitted by special exception:
(1) 
Public uses.
(2) 
Semipublic uses.
(3) 
Clubs, lodges and meeting halls.
(4) 
Two-family and multiple-family dwellings (see Subsection K for requirements).
C. 
Minimum lot area:
[Amended 8-24-1993; 8-2-2005; 4-4-2006]
(1) 
Single-family with sewer: 25,000 square feet with a minimum width of 100 feet and minimum depth of 250 feet.
(2) 
Single-family without sewer: one acre with a minimum width of 100 feet and minimum depth of 250 feet.
(3) 
Two-family/duplex with sewer: 50,000 square feet with a minimum width of 200 feet and minimum depth of 250 feet.
(4) 
Two-family/duplex without sewer: two acres with a minimum width of 200 feet and a minimum depth of 250 feet.
(5) 
Wetlands, wetland buffer areas, ponds (both retention and detention) and easement areas are excluded in calculating minimum square foot, lot width and lot depth requirements.
(6) 
Lot width measurement: 100 feet measured from side lot line to side lot line following the street line and 100 feet measured using the shortest distance from side lot line to side lot line at the minimum front yard setback line.
D. 
Minimum and maximum front yard setbacks:
[Amended 2-4-2003; 7-5-2005]
(1) 
Minimum front yard setback of 60 feet for main structures, 100 feet for detached garages. See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
(2) 
Exception for minimum front yard setback. Where the front setbacks have been previously established by existing structures, the required minimum front yard setback shall be determined by averaging the front setback for all principal structures located within 400 feet from either side of the property.
(3) 
Maximum front yard setback of 250 feet for main structures.
E. 
Minimum side yard setback: 15 feet for dwelling and garages. See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
F. 
Minimum rear yard setback: 50 feet for primary structure; 15 feet for detached garage. See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
G. 
Maximum height:
(1) 
Dwelling: 35 feet.
(2) 
Detached garage: 20 feet but not to exceed the height of the primary structure.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
(3) 
See § 247-34 for accessory structures.
[Added 2-4-2003]
H. 
Minimum size of primary dwellings:
[Amended 8-24-1993]
(1) 
One-story dwellings: 1,000 square feet living area.
(2) 
One-and-one-half story dwellings: 1,000 square feet living area.
(3) 
Two-story dwellings: 1,200 square feet living area.
(4) 
Two-family/duplex: 1,000 square feet living area per unit.
I. 
Maximum size of detached or attached garages shall be no more than 50% of the floor area of the primary structure, not to exceed 1,200 square feet. Only one garage is allowed per building lot.
[Amended 2-4-2003]
J. 
Structures used in customary farming.
[Amended 2-4-2003; 6-3-2008]
(1) 
Customary farm and/or agricultural buildings on lots (parcels) of seven acres and over may be allowed for customary farming and/or agriculture use.
K. 
Multiple-family dwellings (consisting of three- or four-family dwelling units) shall be subject to the following restrictions:
[Amended 8-24-1993; 6-4-1996 by L.L. No. 1-1996; 9-3-1996]
(1) 
Maximum four dwelling units per structure.
(2) 
Minimum (of record or planning) lot area for a three-dwelling-unit multifamily building: 75,000 square feet immediately contiguous to footprint of structure with a minimum width of 300 feet and a minimum depth of 250 feet if the lot of record or planning lot is served by public sewers. If not served by public sewers, a minimum of three acres is required. (NOTE: Wetlands are excluded in calculating minimum square foot requirements.)
(3) 
Minimum (of record or planning) lot area for a four-dwelling-unit multifamily building: 100,000 square feet immediately contiguous to footprint of structure with a minimum width of 400 feet and a minimum depth of 250 feet if the lot of record or planning lot is served by public sewers. If not served by public sewers, a minimum of four acres is required. (NOTE: Wetlands are excluded in calculating minimum square foot requirements per dwelling unit.)
(4) 
Of record or planning lot width is measured perpendicular to the side lot line of recorded or planning lot at the street/road and/or driveway line except for cul-de-sac layouts which shall meet the minimum width requirements at the building line.
(5) 
Minimum front yard setback for all buildings and/or structures, with the exception of accessory structures, is 60 feet as measured to the front lot line of the recorded or planning lot.
(6) 
Minimum side yard setback for all buildings/structures is 30 feet as measured to the side lot lines of the recorded or planning lot.
(7) 
Minimum rear yard setback for all buildings/structures, except accessory structures, is 50 feet as measured to the rear line of the recorded or planning lot.
(8) 
Maximum recorded or planning lot coverage with buildings and/or structures is 15% of recorded or planning lot area.
(9) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(10) 
Minimum floor area per dwelling unit: 900 square feet, excluding garages, accessory structures and porches.
(11) 
Minimum of four parking spaces per dwelling unit, including alloted spaces in a garage.
(12) 
Maximum garage size: establish via site review.
(13) 
Accessory structures.
(a) 
One accessory structure may be allowed per dwelling unit subject to site review. (Intent, i.e.: If association takes care of grounds, none required. If dwelling units are such an exceptional size that a large garage area could be provided and still blend in, none required. The square foot area allowed per accessory structure could be accumulated to allow for a community storage/clubhouse structure.) The following setbacks are recommended for accessory-type structures:
[1] 
Front yard: 100 feet.
[2] 
Side yard: 30 feet.
[3] 
Back yard: 30 feet.
(b) 
Size shall be determined by site review (maximum 600 square feet).
(14) 
Handicapped access shall meet New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code standards.
(15) 
All utilities and roadways (dedicated and private) shall meet Town standards as provided in the Code of the Town of Pendleton, Chapter 220, Subdivision of Land, Article V.
(16) 
Multiple-family dwelling proposals shall be treated as subdivisions relative to the property, structures and/or buildings subject to site review, both of which are to be reviewed by the Planning Board of the Town of Pendleton. Property proposed for said dwellings are subject to review under the provisions of the Code of the Town of Pendleton, Chapter 220, Subdivision of Land.
(17) 
Upon completion of final plat review by the Planning Board, a recommendation will be forwarded to the Town Board for consideration in granting or denying a special exception permit which is required prior to the issuance of a building permit.
L. 
Also see Article VI, General Regulations, and Article VII, Supplemental Regulations.
[Added 8-24-1994]
M. 
Commercial vehicles, other than pickup trucks, weighing in excess of 10,000 pounds GVW shall not be parked on a less than 1 1/2 acre residentially zoned lot.
[Added 8-21-2001; amended 12-2003]
[Amended 8-24-1994]
A. 
No new single- or two-family/duplex residential construction shall be allowed in any commercial districts.
[Amended 2-23-2015]
B. 
New construction and any modification, alteration or addition to an existing structure shall be subject to site plan review by the Planning Board before any building permit is issued.
C. 
Uses permitted by right:
(1) 
Farms, limited agriculture and unlimited agriculture.[1]
[Added 6-3-2008]
[1]
Editor's Note: With the addition of this subsection, former Subsection C(1) through (28) were renumbered as Subsection C(2) through (29), respectively.
(2) 
Antique and art shops.
(3) 
Baker, confectionery and ice cream shops, including the baking and processing of food products when prepared for retail use on premises only.
(4) 
Banks and financial institutions.
(5) 
Beverage stores, including the sale of beer and liquor.
(6) 
Catalog stores.
(7) 
Clubs, lodges or meeting halls.
(8) 
Drug stores.
(9) 
Eating and drinking establishments.
(10) 
Florist shops.
(11) 
Gift and novelty stores.
(12) 
Hardware, paint, glass and wallpaper stores.
(13) 
Laundries, launderettes and cleaning and pressing establishments.
(14) 
Mortuaries and funeral parlors.
(15) 
Motor vehicle service stations in accordance with § 247-50 of this chapter.
(16) 
Multifamily dwellings.
[Added 2-23-2015[2]]
[2]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided for the renumbering of former Subsection C(16) through (30) as Subsection C(17) through (31), respectively.
(17) 
Newsstands.
(18) 
Nurseries, greenhouses and garden supplies.
(19) 
Offices.
(20) 
Off-street parking.
(21) 
Pet stores.
(22) 
Personal services.
(23) 
Photography studios.
(24) 
Rental stores.
(25) 
Repair services of household items.
(26) 
Retail sales and service establishments not more objectionable by reason of noise, fumes, vibration or lights than any permitted use listed above.
(27) 
Schools or places of instruction for music, dancing, reading, languages, elocution and similar subjects.
(28) 
Stores selling convenience goods, including food products, hardware, newspapers, magazines, drugs, variety items, apparel, beer and liquor.
(29) 
Essential services.
(30) 
Accessory uses.
(31) 
Semipublic and public uses.
[Added 5-3-2011]
D. 
Minimum lot area: 50,000 square feet.
E. 
Minimum lot width: 200 feet.
F. 
Maximum lot coverage by buildings: 45%.
G. 
Minimum front yard setback:
(1) 
Thirty feet if no parking lot is in front of the building.
(2) 
Fifty feet if a parking lot is in front of the building.
H. 
Minimum side yard setback:
(1) 
Twenty feet adjacent to nonresidential zones.
(2) 
One hundred feet adjacent to any residential zone or use.
I. 
Minimum rear yard setback: 50 feet.
J. 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
K. 
Multifamily dwellings (consisting of three or more dwelling units) shall be subject to the following restrictions:
[Added 2-23-2015[3]]
(1) 
Minimum lot width: 200 feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot square footage: 50,000 square feet.
(3) 
Maximum lot coverage by buildings, includes garages: 35%.
(4) 
Minimum side yard setbacks:
(a) 
Adjacent to nonresidential zones: 20 feet.
(b) 
When a lot in a commercial district abuts to a residential district: 50 feet. A greenbelt (open space) shall serve as a buffer.
(5) 
Minimum front yard setback: 60 feet.
(6) 
Minimum rear yard setback: 50 feet.
(7) 
Maximum height: 35 feet.
(8) 
Minimum floor area per dwelling unit:
(a) 
One bedroom unit: 675 square feet.
(b) 
Two bedroom unit: 850 square feet.
(c) 
Three bedroom unit 1,000 square feet.
(d) 
When any units are more than 3 bedrooms, the minimum square footage shall be determined at the Planning Board's discretion.
(e) 
No more than 20% of the total units within a multifamily dwelling development shall be three-bedroom units.
(f) 
All stairways to the second floor shall be located inside the building.
(9) 
Maximum building length: 75 feet. The wall for a structure or parallel walls of adjacent structures shall not continue in the same place for a length of more than 25 feet without an offset of at least 4 feet.
(10) 
Minimum space between buildings: 25 feet.
(11) 
Building grouping or cluster and access. Each group or cluster shall have access to a public or private road. If there are more than 12 dwelling units, direct access must be provided to a public road. Within a group or cluster, each dwelling unit is accessible by means of a private road or driveway. Standards of this road shall meet Planning Board specifications. If there are more than 50 dwelling units, the Planning Board may require additional access to a public road.
(12) 
Sanitary sewer systems.
(a) 
No private sanitary sewer systems allowed.
(b) 
If public sewers, the developer shall complete a downstream sewer capacity analysis.
(13) 
Planted buffer strip between parking area or accessway and the adjoining property.
(14) 
No asphalt to the property line:
(a) 
Side line: 10 feet.
(b) 
Rear yard: 20 feet.
(15) 
Storage area: 200 cubic feet for each dwelling unit.
(16) 
Every building shall be provided with garbage and refuse storage and collection areas enclosed and screened from view and away from the front of the buildings.
(17) 
Every structure shall have a minimum setback of 15 feet from all interior roads, driveways and parking areas .The entire area of a multifamily development not improved for driveways, parking areas or covered by buildings or walkways shall be landscaped and properly maintained at all times.
(18) 
Parking.
(a) 
Parking areas shall be subject to site plan review.
(b) 
No driveways along the property line.
(c) 
Minimum parking spaces: three parking spaces per unit.
(19) 
Cellar occupancy prohibited.
(20) 
All multifamily dwelling projects shall be subject to Planning Board review.
[3]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided for the renumbering of former Subsection K as Subsection L.
L. 
Also see Article VI, General Regulations, and Article VII, Supplemental Regulations.
[Added 8-24-1994]
A. 
No new single- or two-family/duplex residential construction shall be allowed in any commercial district.
[Amended 6-8-2015]
B. 
New construction and any modification, alteration or addition to an existing structure shall be subject to site plan review by the Planning Board before any building permit is issued.
C. 
Uses permitted by right:
(1) 
All uses listed in the CO1 District.
(2) 
Agricultural implement sales and service.
(3) 
Automobile sales and related sales or service facilities.
(4) 
Building materials and retail sales.
(5) 
Department and variety stores.
(6) 
Feed and seed stores.
(7) 
Food stores and food lockers.
(8) 
Furniture and appliance sales and service, but not including assembly or manufacture.
(9) 
Hotels and motels.
(10) 
Indoor and outdoor recreation, including bowling alleys, pool halls, dance halls, amusement centers, amusement parks, miniature golf and driving ranges.
(11) 
Mobile home and trailer sales and service.
(12) 
Monument sales.
(13) 
Plumbing, heating and roofing supply retail sales.
(14) 
Public uses, excluding the storage of road materials, road equipment and garages, incinerators and landfills of any type.
(15) 
Theaters.
(16) 
Veterinary centers.
[Added 4-5-2005[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also redesignated former Subsection C(16) and (17) as Subsection C(17) and (18), respectively.
(17) 
Storage facilities.
[Added 12-11-2017[2]]
[2]
Editor’s Note: This ordinance also redesignated former Subsection C(17) and (18) as Subsection C(18) and (19), respectively.
(18) 
Essential services.
(19) 
Accessory uses.
D. 
Minimum lot area: 50,000 square feet.
E. 
Minimum lot width: 200 feet.
F. 
Maximum lot coverage by building: 45%.
G. 
Minimum front yard setback:
(1) 
Thirty feet if no parking lot is in front of the building.
(2) 
Fifty feet if a parking lot in front of the building.
H. 
Minimum side yard setback:
(1) 
Twenty feet adjacent to nonresidential zones.
(2) 
One hundred feet adjacent to any residential zone or use.
I. 
Minimum rear yard setback: 50 feet.
J. 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
K. 
Also see Article VI, General Regulations, and Article VII, Supplemental Regulations.
A. 
No new single- or two-family/duplex residential construction shall be allowed in any Light Industrial Zone.
[Added 8-24-1994; amended 2-23-2015]
B. 
All new construction and any modification, alteration or addition to an existing structure shall be subject to site plan review by the Planning Board before any building permit is issued.
[Added 8-24-1994]
C. 
Uses permitted by right:
(1) 
All uses listed in the CO1 and CO2 Districts except for multifamily dwellings.[1]
[Added 2-23-2015]
[1]
Editor's Note: With the addition of this subsection, former Subsection C(1) through (23) were renumbered as Subsection C(2) through (24), respectively.
(2) 
Farms, limited agriculture and unlimited agriculture.
[Added 6-3-2008]
(3) 
Animal shelters and facilities for raising insects and birds.
[Amended 4-5-2005]
(4) 
Automobile painting, upholstering, motor and body work.
(5) 
Bottling works.
(6) 
Building materials sales yard.
(7) 
Building contractor shops.
(8) 
Carpenter and cabinet maker.
(9) 
Electronic and small parts assembly and/or manufacture.
(10) 
Laboratories and research facilities.
(11) 
Locksmiths.
(12) 
Machine shops.
(13) 
Manufacture, compounding, processing or treatment of such products as bakery goods, confectionaries, cosmetics, dairy products, drugs, ice, perfumes, pharmaceuticals, toiletries and food products (except the following: fish, sauerkraut, pickles, vinegar, yeast and the rendering of oils and fats).
(14) 
Manufacture, fabrication, compounding, assembling, treatment and processing of articles of merchandise from the following previously prepared materials: cellophane, ceramics, cloth, film, fiber, glass, leather, paper and paper board, plastic, precious textiles, yarn or paint or wood.
[Amended 8-24-1994]
(15) 
Metalsmiths.
(16) 
Off-street parking.
(17) 
Public uses.
(18) 
Radio and television towers.
(19) 
Repair shop.
(20) 
Storage of materials, supplies and equipment in accordance with § 247-54.
[Amended 8-24-1994]
(21) 
Wholesale businesses.
(22) 
Essential services.
(23) 
Accessory uses.
(24) 
Semipublic uses.
[Added 5-3-2011]
D. 
Uses permitted by special exception:
[Amended 8-24-1994]
(1) 
Airports or airstrips.
(2) 
Dog kennels.
(3) 
Public stables.
E. 
Minimum lot area: 50,000 square feet.
F. 
Minimum lot width: 200 feet.
G. 
Maximum lot coverage: 50%.
H. 
Minimum front yard setback:
[Amended 8-24-1994]
(1) 
Thirty feet if no parking lot is in front of the building.
(2) 
Fifty feet if a parking lot is in front of the building.
I. 
Minimum side yard setback:
[Amended 8-24-1994]
(1) 
Twenty feet adjacent to nonresidential zones.
(2) 
One hundred feet adjacent to residential zones or uses.
J. 
Minimum rear yard setback: 50 feet.
K. 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
L. 
Also see Article VI, General Regulations, and Article VII, Supplemental Regulations.
[Added 8-30-1982; amended 8-24-1994]
A. 
No new residential construction shall be allowed in any Special Light Industrial Zone, except in a designated mobile home park or by special exception.
B. 
All new construction and any modification, alteration or addition to an existing structure shall be subject to site plan review by the Planning Board before any building permit is issued.
C. 
Uses permitted by right: same as provided in § 247-14C.
[Amended 6-3-2008]
D. 
Uses permitted by special exception:
(1) 
Same as provided in § 247-14A.
[Amended 6-3-2008]
(2) 
Mobile home parks (see § 247-49).
(3) 
Adult uses: adult bookstores, adult entertainment cabarets, adult mini-motion-picture theater and adult motion-picture as defined in Chapter 97, Adult Uses.
E. 
Minimum lot area: 50,000 square feet.
F. 
Minimum lot width: 200 feet.
G. 
Maximum lot coverage: 50%.
H. 
Minimum front yard setback: 100 feet.
I. 
Minimum side setback:
(1) 
The same as provided in § 247-14I.
(2) 
In addition to the above side setback requirements, adult uses shall be permitted subject to the additional restrictions of § 97-3 of Chapter 97, Adult Uses.
J. 
Minimum rear yard setback: 50 feet.
K. 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
L. 
See also regulations in Chapter 97, Adult Uses, and Article VI, General Regulations, and Article VII, Supplemental Regulations.