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The objectives of the C-PD-M Zone shall be as follows:
A. Medical uses in the particular location are consistent with the elements of the City's general plan and purpose and intent of this article.
B. The proposed development and medical use:
1. Will not result in detrimental impacts to existing or anticipated residential or commercial development in the vicinity of the project with regard to density, height, scale and massing of the streetscape, garden quality of the City, or any combination thereof; unless the reviewing authority finds the development benefits outweigh the detrimental impacts;
2. Will promote harmonious development in the area; and
3. Will not adversely interfere with the use and enjoyment of residential properties in the vicinity of the proposed development.
C. The proposed development and medical use will not result in detrimental impacts to existing or anticipated residential or commercial development in the vicinity of the project with regard to traffic levels, traffic safety, pedestrian-vehicle conflicts, pedestrian safety hazards, parking demand, parking design, loading or manner of operation, unless the reviewing authority finds the development benefits outweigh the detrimental impacts. The development shall provide parking that is designed for ease of use and efficiency, with vehicle ingress and egress and patient drop off and pick up locations that would not adversely impact adjacent properties.
D. The proposed development and medical use will contribute to and enhance the character of the neighborhood and location, will contribute positively to the image of the city, shall not undermine efforts to maintain and foster an appropriate mix of uses in the city including a pedestrian friendly environment in the vicinity of the development.
E. The proposed development and medical use contribute to and enhance the city's economic base and granting the request will leave ample space available for future commercial growth including business headquarters, entertainment businesses, information/technology businesses, retail businesses and other businesses as determined by the city.
F. A public benefit shall be offered to the city and the public benefit shall, at a minimum, offset any long term impacts to the city that result from allowing a medical use in the city's limited commercial areas. (Ord. 11-O-2602, eff. 2-11-2011)