The City Planning Commission shall review the particular facts and circumstances of each proposed use in terms of the following standards and shall find adequate evidence showing that such use at the proposed location:
   (a)   Is in fact a conditional use as established under the district regulations adopted for the zoning district involved;
   (b)   Is consistent will all applicable provisions of the City’s comprehensive plan and this Zoning Code;
   (c)    Is compatible with the existing or allowable uses of adjacent properties;
   (d)   Shall not adversely affect adjacent properties in the same zone;
   (e)   Can demonstrate that adequate public facilities, including roads, drainage, potable water, sanitary sewer, and police and fire protection or will exist to serve the requested use at the time such facilities are needed.
   (f)   Can demonstrate adequate provision for maintenance of the use of associated structures;
   (g)   Will not create excessive additional requirements at public cost for public facilities and services and will not be detrimental to the economic welfare of the community;
   (h)   Will not adversely affect public health, safety or welfare;
   (i)   Will not create undue traffic congestion;
   (j)   Has minimized, to the greatest degree possible, adverse effects on the natural environment.
   (k)   Cannot be satisfactorily located in a nearby less restrictive use district.
      (2004 Code)