The Planning Commission has the authority to permit modifications to development standards as a part of the conditional use review process.  Therefore, the Commission may require as a condition of approval that the proposed use follows Section 1153.02 Standards for All Conditional Uses and the specific standards in Section 1177.03 , which will promote proper development of a mixed-use development. 
   The Planning Commission shall review the particular facts and circumstances of each proposed use in terms of the following standards and shall find adequate evidence of compliance regarding such use on the proposed location:
   (a)   The location and size of the proposed use shall be in harmony with, and appropriate to, the intent and purpose of the district;
   (b)   The proposed use is harmonious and appropriate in design, character and appearance with respect to the intended design objectives of the district;
   (c)   The proposed use shall not result in the creation of a hazardous traffic condition;
   (d)   The site layout, intensity of use, and time periods of use shall not be such as to create a nuisance due to dust, noise, smell, vibration, smoke, or lighting;
   (e)   The use complies with all requirements of the zoning ordinance including but not limited to dimensional requirements, general provisions and specific design requirements.  (Ord. 2014-165.  Passed 1-26-15.)