The city's urban design policies call for an urban village design in certain retail areas to promote pedestrian usage. The city council finds that it is necessary to restrict the uses within these areas in order to preserve the urban village atmosphere and promote pedestrian friendly development. The city council further finds that it is necessary and desirable to protect the public health, safety and general welfare to prevent the commercial spaces in these areas from being dominated by nonretail uses in order to preserve the city's retail tax base and ensure the city's continued ability to provide essential services to its residents. (Ord. 81-O-1784, eff. 3-18-1981; amd. Ord. 02-O-2391, eff. 3-8-2002)