Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, it shall be unlawful for any person to erect or construct any building, structure, or improvement, or any part thereof, on a site located in a nonresidential zone and located adjacent to a residential zone unless all of the following conditions are met:
   A.   No mechanical venting faces any residential use;
   B.   No mirrored or reflective glass or material is used on the facade of the building, structure, or improvement which faces any residential use;
   C.   No loading dock faces any residential use; provided, however, this subsection shall not apply to any site which is not a corner site and which abuts an alley which separates the nonresidential zone from the residential zone; and
   D.   The building, structure, or improvement is designed to allow for adequate sight lines for vehicular ingress to and egress from each adjacent residential use or alley. (Ord. 96-O-2270, eff. 11-27-1996)