A.   The planning commission may grant a conditional use permit pursuant to article 38 of this chapter, and without a mandatory environmental impact report, for multiple-family congregate housing for elderly and disabled persons if the application meets the criteria for a conditional use permit, and the planning commission makes the additional findings that:
      1.   The proposed site for such use has shopping, medical, recreation, transportation, and other essential services for elderly and disabled persons within reasonable proximity to the site, and the site is located in an area which permits adequate access and circulation and is not unreasonably subject to, or impacted by, traffic, noise, or other adverse environmental factors;
      2.   Vehicle traffic generated for the project does not significantly increase traffic congestion, circulation, or parking problems on neighboring residential streets; and
      3.   The design of the project is compatible with the surrounding area.
   B.   Any conditional use permit granted pursuant to subsection A of this section shall include the following conditions:
      1.   Provisions for private transportation accommodations servicing the facility to further reduce parking and traffic impacts of the use;
      2.   Provisions for a supervised activity program to enhance the quality of life for inhabitants of the project;
      3.   The facility provides a plan for the specialized twenty four (24) hour supervised safety requirements of the residents, including a fire protection system and an emergency contingency plan acceptable to the fire chief; and
      4.   Approval of the project will not result in an overconcentration of multiple-family congregate housing for elderly and disabled persons in the area surrounding the project site in a manner that would result in an adverse impact to the surrounding neighborhood or the residents of the proposed project. (Ord. 87-O-1995, eff. 8-6-1987; amd. Ord. 05-O-2479, eff. 9-2-2005)