(A)   Intent. The B-1 Local Business Districts, as herein established, are intended to permit those uses as are necessary to satisfy the basic day-to-day shopping and/or service needs of persons residing in nearby residential areas. 
(`73 Code, 15.111, § 5.38)
   (B)   Principal uses permitted. In a B-1 Local Business District, no building or land shall be used and no building shall be erected except for one or more of the following uses, unless otherwise provided in this chapter.
      (1)   Generally recognized retail business such as but not limited to: groceries, meats, dairy products, baked goods or other foods, drugs, dry goods, clothing and notions, or hardware.
      (2)   Personal service establishment which performs services, on the premises such as but not limited to: repair shops (watch, radio, television, shoe, etc.) tailor shops, beauty shops or barber shops, photographic studios, and self-service laundry and/or dry cleaning establishments.
      (3)   Business establishments which perform services on the premises such as but not limited to: banks, loan companies, insurance offices, and real estate offices.
      (4)   Professional services including the following: medical clinics, and offices of doctors, dentists, osteopaths and similar or allied professions.
      (5)   Government office buildings, including post office.
      (6)   Other uses similar to the above uses, subject to recommendation, pro or con, of the Planning Commission and approval of the City Council.
      (7)   Accessory structures and uses customarily incident to the above permitted uses, subject to recommendation, pro or con, of the Planning Commission and approval of the City Council.
(`73 Code, 15.112, § 5.39)
   (C)   Required conditions.
      (1)   All business establishments shall be retail or service establishments dealing directly with consumers. All goods produced on the premises shall be sold at retail on premises where produced.
      (2)   All business, servicing, or processing except for off-street parking or loading, shall be conducted within a completely enclosed building.
(`73 Code, 15.113, § 5.40)
   (D)   Uses permitted subject to special conditions. The following uses shall also be permitted subject to the conditions hereinafter imposed for each use:
      (1)   Automobile service station for sale of gasoline, oil, and minor accessories only, and where no repair work is done, other than incidental service, but not including steam cleaning or undercoating, vehicle body repair, painting, tire recapping, engine work, auto dismantling, upholstering, auto glass work, and such other activities whose external effects could adversely extend beyond the property line.
         (a)   The curb cuts for ingress and egress to a service station shall not be permitted at such locations that will tend to create traffic hazards in the streets immediately adjacent thereto. Entrances shall be no less than 25 feet from a street intersection (measured from the road right-of-way) or from adjacent residential districts.
         (b)   The minimum lot area shall be 10,000 square feet, with a minimum lot frontage of 100 feet, and so arranged that ample space is available for motor vehicles which are required to wait.
         (c)   Lighting shall be shielded from adjacent residential districts.
         (d)   A four foot, six inch obscuring masonry wall shall be provided on those sites abutting districts zoned for residential use.
      (2)   Publicly owned buildings, public utility buildings, telephone exchange buildings; electric transformer stations and sub-stations; gas regulator stations with service yards, but without storage yards, water and sewer pumping stations.
(`73 Code, 15.114, § 5.41)
   (E)   Area and bulk requirements. See §§ 154.085 and 154.086 “Schedule of Regulations,” limiting the height and bulk of buildings, the minimum size of lot by permitted land use, and providing minimum yard setback requirements. 
(`73 Code, 15.115, § 5.42)
(Ord. eff. 8-1-67; Am. Ord. passed 1973; Am. Ord. eff. 6-6-08)