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The reviewing authority, as defined in section 10-3-3653 of this article, may only grant a request for an overnight stay permit if each of the following findings can be made:
A. The building housing the specialty clinic provides adequate on site parking that complies with all applicable parking requirements of this code, and such parking is provided at a rate of at least one space per three hundred fifty (350) square feet of area for all existing buildings.
B. The on site parking provided is available free of charge for any employees using the specialty clinic between the hours of six o'clock (6:00) P.M. and seven o'clock (7:00) A.M. or such other parking arrangements as the reviewing authority determines are necessary to ensure that the overnight stay permit causes no impacts on adjacent streets.
C. The proposed hours of operation for the specialty clinic applying for the overnight stay permit will not adversely impact adjacent uses or the general health, safety or public welfare.
D. Granting the request for an overnight stay permit would not lead to an over concentration of such overnight stays in the subject building.
E. Granting the request for an overnight stay permit would not result in adverse impacts to the pedestrian environment adjacent to or in the vicinity of the site for the proposed overnight stay permit.
F. The building housing the specialty clinic provides adequate patient drop off/pick up locations that comply with all applicable parking requirements of this code, and granting the request for an overnight stay permit will not result in adverse impacts to traffic circulation on adjacent streets.
G. If the building housing the specialty clinic is located adjacent to a residential zone, the building provides adequate on site parking that, in addition to all other requirements, is located such that overnight usage of said parking facilities will not adversely impact the adjacent residences. In making its determination regarding the parking facilities provided, the reviewing authority may consider such factors as increased light and glare impacts on adjacent residences, noise impacts, impacts which alter the character of the adjacent residential neighborhood, and any other factors the reviewing authority believes are relevant to protecting the health, safety and general welfare of adjacent residents. (Ord. 02-O-2390, eff. 2-8-2002; amd. Ord. 04-O-2439, eff. 2-6-2004)