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Within a Heavy Industrial District, the following regulations shall apply:
(A) Uses permitted:
(1) Any use permitted in a Light Industrial District (I-1); and
(2) Any industrial or manufacturing activity not in conflict with any other ordinance of the city, provided, however, that the following uses shall be considered special exceptions and shall require the approval of the Board of Zoning Adjustment: bag cleaning plants; boiler and tank works; central mixing plants for cement, mortar, plaster or paving materials; coke ovens; establishments which cure, tan or store raw hides and skins; distillation plants for bones, coal, wood or tar; fat rendering plants; forge plants; foundries and metal fabrication plants; aboveground storage facilities for gasoline, oil and alcohol in excess of 500 gallons; slaughterhouses and stockyards; smelting plants; plants for the manufacture of acetylene, acid, alcohol, alcoholic beverages, ammonia, bleaching powder, chemicals, brick, pottery, terra-cotta, tile, candles, disinfectants, dye-stuffs, fertilizer, illuminating or heating gas (or storage of same), linseed oil, paint, oil turpentine, varnish, soap and tar products; or any other industrial or manufacturing activity which in the opinion of the Board of Zoning Adjustment will not emit detrimental or obnoxious noise, vibrations, smoke, odor, dust, heat or light or create other objectionable conditions beyond the limits of the Heavy Industrial District in which it is located.
(3) Breweries, distilleries, wineries, microbreweries and small farm wineries are permitted.
(B) Uses prohibited:
(1) All uses prohibited in a Light Industrial District (I-1) by § 155.075(B)(1) above; and
(2) Automobile salvage and wrecking establishments; and junk, scrap paper and rag storage and baling establishments.
(C) Required yard areas:
(1) Front yard depth: all buildings and structures shall have front yard depths of at least 25 feet. Front yards on corner lots: all buildings and structures placed on corner lots shall meet front yard requirements on both streets.
(2) Rear yard depth: all buildings and structures shall have rear yard depths of at least 20 feet.
(3) Side yard width: all buildings and structures shall have side yard widths of at least ten feet.
(4) Yards adjacent to residential districts: all buildings and structures on lots adjacent to residential districts shall be located so as to provide side yard widths or rear yard depths of at least 50 feet adjacent to the residential districts.
(5) Railroad siding frontage: no yards shall be required for those portions of lots which front on railroad sidings.
(D) Height: no building or structure shall exceed 50 feet in height except with the permission of the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
(E) Off-street parking and loading space:
(2) The following parking standards are also applicable: breweries, distilleries, wineries, microbreweries and small farm wineries require one parking space per employee and twenty additional spaces if they permit public tours, during a maximum shift. Microbreweries and small farm wineries may, for good cause shown, request variance for fewer non-employee spaces if small facility and only limited tourism is expected.
(F) Obstruction of streets and alleys: facilities and installations utilized in any industrial operation shall be set back from any street or alley so that the operation will not obstruct the street or alley.
(G) For parcels on which liquor and/or malt beverage sales or production is otherwise authorized.
(1) Minimum lot frontage, assembly and commercial - 100 feet. Exception: corner lots, minimum frontage - 150 feet each street frontage.
(2) Minimum front yard setback, assembly and commercial - 30 feet.
(3) Minimum side yard setback, assembly and commercial - 20 feet.
(4) Minimum rear yard setback, assembly and commercial - 20 feet.
(2000 Code, App. B, § 72) (Am. Ord. 16-09, passed 11-21-2016)