§ 190.05  USES NOT PROVIDED FOR WITHIN ZONING DISTRICTS.
   Whenever in any zoning district a use is neither specifically permitted nor denied, the use shall be considered prohibited. In such cases the City Council or the Planning Commission, on their own initiative or upon request, may conduct a study to determine if the use is acceptable and if so, what zoning district would be most appropriate and the determination as to conditions and standards relating to development of the use. The City Council, Planning Commission, or property owner, upon receipt of the study shall, if appropriate, initiate an amendment to this title to provide for the particular use under consideration or shall find that the use is not compatible for development within the city.
(Ord. 2011-06-07A, passed 6-7-2011)