Upon receipt of an application for a conditional use by the Board of Zoning Appeals, it shall be referred to the town’s Plan Commission for investigation as to the manner in which the proposed location and character of the conditional use will affect the master plan of the town. The town’s Plan Commission shall report the results of its study of the proposal to the Board of Zoning Appeals, and, if the report is favorable to the public hearing, grant a permit. The permit will include the imposition of conditions of use which the Board deems essential to insure that the conditional use is consistent with the spirit, purpose and intent of this chapter, will not substantially and permanently injure the appropriate use of neighboring property and will substantially serve the public convenience and welfare.
(Prior Code, § 154.106)  (Ord. 1-1957, passed 5-27-1957)