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A Business Park is a self-contained development area of at least ten acres that is cohesive, with a common development scheme, and approved as a single development plan.
(A) A Business Park is permitted in the C-3 District, and principal uses include all uses permitted by right or authorized by conditional use in the C-3 District, except the following:
(1) Cemetery or mausoleum;
(3) Funeral establishment;
(4) Outdoor drive-in theater; and
(5) Self-service storage facility.
(B) Additional principal uses may include uses permitted by right or authorized by conditional use in the I-1 District, except an oil-contaminated soil facility, provided that these uses and the supporting parking lot area collectively comprise no more than 20% of the land area of the entire Business Park.
(C) Dwellings may also be permitted in a Business Park, provided that the total developed area for dwellings collectively comprises no more than 20% of the total land area of the Business Park development.
(D) The Planning Commission shall require phasing of construction of the residential portion of the Business Park to ensure that this component is in support of the primary employment uses.
(E) Landscaping, signs, walkways, and parking will be provided in an integrated and harmonious design.
(F) A Business Park may be subject to subdivision if it is over 20 acres in size. If a Business Park is between ten and 20 acres in size, it may not be further subdivided and must remain under common ownership.
(Ord. 2019-06, passed 12-12-2019)