Due to the uniqueness of the Commercial-Recreation Area as a tourist and visitor center, and the associated concerns of the circulation and traffic system, other infrastructure impacts and land use compatibility, the following buildings, structures and uses shall be permitted in this zone; provided a conditional use permit is approved therefor, pursuant to, and subject to, the conditions and required showings of Chapter 18.66 (Conditional Use Permits).  Proposed plans for related signage shall be submitted with each conditional use permit application, and shall be subject to approval by conditional use permit.
   .010   Amusement Parks, Aviaries, Zoos.  Such uses may include the keeping of animals or birds used in the operation of the facility, provided that such animals or birds shall be maintained in physical confinement sufficient to prohibit the movement of said animals or birds upon any real property not owned or under the lawful possession or control of the person or entity owning or controlling said animals or birds.  Further, no animals or birds shall be confined closer than forty (40) feet from any building used for human habitation, including hotel or motel rooms and vacation ownership resorts, and no closer than forty (40) feet from any property line.  Conditional use permits for the keeping of animals and birds shall specify the maximum number and type of animals and birds permitted.  Any increase in the number and/or variations in the type of animals and birds kept shall require either an amendment to said conditional use permit or a new conditional use permit.
   .020   Massage Establishments.  Massage establishments, only when integrated within a hotel, motel or vacation ownership resort, for which a permit is required, pursuant to Section 18.16.070 (Massage Establishments).
   .030   Art galleries.
   .040   Automobile Car Washes.  Automobile car washes, only in conjunction with service stations.
   .050   Automobile Rental Agencies.  Automobile rental agencies, with on-site storage and/or display of rental cars, whether or not in conjunction with a hotel, motel or vacation ownership resort.
   .060   Automobile Service Stations.  Automobile service stations, subject to the requirements of Section 18.38.070 (Automotive Service Stations) of Chapter 18.38 (Supplemental Use Regulations), except as certain associated uses are prohibited in this subsection.  As a condition of granting any conditional use permit for an automobile service station, the property owner shall record an unsubordinated covenant against the property, agreeing to remove the structures and underground tanks in the event that the station is closed for a period of twelve (12) consecutive months or longer.  A service station shall be considered closed during any month in which it is open for less than fifteen (15) days.  Under no circumstances shall the following uses be permitted in conjunction with any service station facility:
      .0601   The sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises or off-premises consumption.
      .0602   Convenience markets or mini-markets.
      .0603   Rental and/or display of utility trailers.
      .0604   Tow truck operations.
   .070   Automobile/vehicle parking. Automobile/vehicle parking lots or parking structures not otherwise permitted by Section 18.118.070 (Permitted Accessory Uses and Structures).
   .080   Bowling alleys.  Bowling alleys, including the sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption.
   .090   Churches.
   .100   Emergency medical facilities.
   .110   Golf courses.
   .120   Museums.
   .130   Non-publicly operated convention centers including exhibition halls and auditoriums.
   .135   Office Buildings.  Office buildings, when accessory and clearly incidental to, and integrated as part of, an on-site, permitted primary or conditional use.
   .140   Radio and Television Studios.  Radio and television studios, which may include accommodations for filming/taping in front of live audiences.
   .150   Recreational Vehicle and Campsite Parks.  Recreational vehicle and campsite parks, limited to use for short-term visits, not to exceed thirty (30) days in any calendar year, by tourists and visitors.
   .160   Signs.  Signs not otherwise expressly permitted or prohibited in this zone.
   .170   Skating rinks.
   .180   Specialty Retail Centers.  Specialty retail centers in which all goods and services are oriented, marketed and intended for tourist, visitor and/or recreational consumers, and not oriented to the general public.  Such centers shall:  consist of a minimum of three (3) contiguous acres, have integrated management, have a “festive theme” orientation, and:
      .1801   Have plazas and/or other pedestrian-oriented amenities as part of the center's design.
      .1802   Land uses may include, but need not be limited to:  custom print and art shops; souvenir, gift, and/or novelty shops; toy shops; hobby shops; photo supply shops; clothing stores; confectionery shops, including candy stores, ice cream parlors, baked goods (e.g., cookies, muffins, etc.) for on-premises sale or consumption; floral shops; luggage and accessory shops; jewelry stores; sale of beer and wine for off-premises consumption; sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption; entertainment facilities; and amusement arcades, subject to the provisions of Section 18.16.050 (Amusement Devices). A complete listing of proposed uses shall be submitted with every conditional use permit application.
   .190   Transportation Terminal Stations.  Transportation terminal stations to facilitate the transfer from automobile or pedestrian travel to bus, train or other forms of mass transit; helistops, as defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions), excluding heliports, provided that any such station or helistop shall be located a minimum of one thousand (1,000) feet from any residentially zoned property.
   .200   Theaters.  Theaters including dinner, legitimate or motion picture theaters, performance theaters or clubs, and indoor or outdoor amphitheaters.
   .201   Repealed by Ord. 5614, 10/21/97
   .202   Vacation Ownership Resort Conversion, District A.  Vacation ownership resort conversion, with vacation ownership units and hotel units within the same building on a permanent basis. (Ord. 5614 § 4; October 21, 1997.)
   .203   Uses or activities not listed, nor specifically prohibited in this chapter, which are determined by the Planning Commission to be consistent and compatible with the intent of the Specific Plan.  (Ord. 5444 § 1 (part); August 16, 1994:  Ord. 5625 § 4; November 18, 1997:  Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6245 § 112; June 5, 2012.)