10-3-1654: USES PERMITTED AND PROHIBITED:
   A.   No use other than a retail use or a hotel shall occupy a space with more than twenty five feet (25') of street frontage on the ground floor of any building or structure located in a pedestrian oriented area.
   B.   Notwithstanding subsection A of this section, for any building or structure situated at the corner of two (2) streets located in a pedestrian oriented area and with frontage on both streets, a use other than a retail use or a hotel may occupy a space with up to twenty five feet (25') of ground floor street frontage on each street for a total ground floor street frontage of up to fifty feet (50').
   C.   Medical uses shall be prohibited in a pedestrian oriented area except as allowed pursuant to section 10-3-1620.1 of this chapter.
   D.   Those portions of licensed pharmacies devoted to dispensing prescription medicine shall be prohibited on the ground floor of buildings within the first thirty feet (30') behind the storefront facing a street. (Ord. 11-O-2602, eff. 2-11-2011)