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This chapter is based on the division of the city into districts which the use of land and buildings, and the bulk and location of structures in relation to the land are substantially uniform. It is recognized, however, that there are some land uses which are basically in keeping with the intent and purpose of the district, but which may have an impact on the area around them which can only be determined by review of the specific proposals. These uses may be established, under certain conditions and with proper controls on site development, in such a manner as to minimize any adverse affects. In order to ensure that these uses, in their proposed location, would be compatible with surrounding development and in keeping with the purpose of the district in which they are located, their establishment shall not be as a matter of right, but only after review and approval of a conditional use permit application.
(Ord. 101-1986, passed 10-7-86)