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In addition to the criteria set forth in article 38 of this chapter, the following criteria shall be considered by the planning commission when reviewing conditional use permit applications for vehicle sales, service or fuel station uses:
A. Whether the proposed use is compatible with the area and surrounding uses;
B. Whether the proposed use will have adequate buffering between the use and residential areas;
C. Whether the proposed use will create an adverse traffic impact or a traffic safety hazard to pedestrians or to vehicles, including, but not limited to, an adverse impact on traffic circulation or parking;
D. Whether the proposed use will create excessive noise, unpleasant odors, noxious fumes, excessive lighting, or substantial interference with neighboring properties or uses due to the activities associated with the proposed use or its hours of operation.
The planning commission may impose any conditions which are necessary to preserve the public health, welfare or safety, or to mitigate any potential adverse impacts resulting from the establishment of a vehicle sales, service or fuel station use. (Ord. 91-O-2133, eff. 12-5-1991)