A conditional use permit shall be obtained for certain uses, which would become harmonious or compatible with neighboring uses through the application and maintenance of qualifying conditions and located in specific locations within a zoning district, but shall not be allowed under the generally permitted uses of the district as stated in this Code.
   The Planning Commission shall have the authority to impose conditions and safeguards as deemed necessary to protect and enhance the health, safety and welfare of the surrounding area.  The authorization of a conditional use permit shall not be made unless the evidence presented is such to establish:
   (a)   That such use will not, under the specific circumstances of the particular case, be detrimental to the health, safety or general welfare of the surrounding area and that the proposed use is necessary or desirable and provides a service or facility that contributes to the general well being of the surrounding area;
   (b)   That such use will comply with the regulations and conditions specified in this Code for such use;
   (c)   The Planning Commission shall itemize, describe or justify, then have recorded and filed in writing, the conditions imposed on the use.
      (2004 Code)