[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Roselle 5-11-1977 as Ord. No. 1398; amended in its entirety 6-22-1977 by Ord. No. 1407. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
Zoning — See Ch. 118.
Editor's Note: This chapter supersedes former Ch. 70, Food Service Facilities Moratorium, adopted 1-8-1975 as Ord. No. 1887, as amended.
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- DRIVE-IN FOOD SERVICE FACILITIES
- Any building where hot or cold food is stored and/or prepared and offered for sale through the use of motor vehicle drive-in facilities.
- DRIVE-IN RESTAURANTS
- Restaurants or refreshment stands commonly known as snack bars, dairy bars, hamburger stands or hot dog stands where customers or patrons are served food, soft drinks, ice cream and similar confections for immediate consumption at counters, stools or bars outside the confines of the building or structure in which the business is conducted or for consumption in automobiles parked upon the premises, whether brought to said automobile by the customer or the patrons or by waiters or waitresses employed by the operator of said "drive-in restaurant." This definition shall not include refreshment stands or the temporary operation of refreshment stands at properly licensed circuses, bazaars and other similar functions.
- Establishments where customers or patrons are served food for consumption within the confines of the building or structure where the business is conducted.
No building shall hereinafter be constructed to house a drive-in food service facility, restaurant or drive-in restaurant, as hereinbefore defined, which shall provide for a seating capacity of less than one hundred (100) within the facility.
No building shall hereinafter be constructed to house a drive-in food service facility, restaurant or drive-in restaurant, as hereinbefore defined, which shall provide for less than one hundred (100) parking spaces immediately contiguous to the facility.