"Multiple-family congregate housing for the elderly and disabled" is defined as a project which meets the following criteria:
   A.   All units are occupied by one or more of the following categories of occupants:
      1.   A household in which each member is sixty five (65) years or older; or
      2.   A household in which a spouse is sixty five (65) years or older; or
      3.   A household headed by a disabled person who has a physical impairment which:
         a.   Is expected to be of a long, continued, and indefinite duration; or
         b.   Substantially impedes the person's ability to live independently; or
         c.   Is of such nature that the person's ability to live independently could be improved by more suitable housing conditions; and
      4.   One unit may be occupied by a household which does not meet the requirements of subsections A1, A2, and A3 of this section, provided the unit is occupied for the specific purpose of managing and/or operating the project; and
   B.   Provides the following services:
      1.   Three (3) nutritionally well balanced meals and snacks, including low salt or other modified diets prescribed by a physician as a medical necessity;
      2.   Self-operated laundry facilities, including washing machines and dryers, in each residential building;
      3.   Maid service for dwelling units;
      4.   Laundry service;
      5.   Convenient, regularly scheduled private transportation service;
      6.   A planned and supervised activity program for the residents;
      7.   Areas set aside for activity programs and passive uses by the residents; and
      8.   An emergency in-house call system and a resident/management communication switchboard, staffed and located on the premises on a twenty four (24) hour basis. (Ord. 87-O-1995, eff. 8-6-1987; amd. Ord. 05-O-2479, eff. 9-2-2005)