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Any residential use, building or structure permitted in "R-4" Multifamily Residential Districts is permitted in "B-l" Secondary Business Districts, except as herein modified and added to, as follows:
(a) A retail business establishment supplying commodities primarily for the residents of the surrounding residential area or to persons in vehicles passing in front of an establishment, such as an appliance store, camera or photography shop, auto accessory store, bakery shop, book or stationery store, candy or ice cream store, drug store, gift shop, fabric shop, floor covering store, florist shop, furniture store, grocery store, clothing store, hardware or paint store, hobby shop, jewelry store, meat market, gasoline filling station, subject to the applicable conditions and provisions of Chapter 1284, restaurant or bar, shoe shop or store, rummage shop, heating and air conditioning shop, plumbing shop, electrical shop, sheet metal shop, variety store, motel or motor hotel, liquor store, secondhand store, drive-in, trailer sales, automobile and truck sales with motor repair, bowling alley, pool or billiard hall, animal hospital and similar establishments, provided that no business for the dispensing of alcoholic beverages shall be located in an area not permitted by local or State laws and regulations, as amended;
(b) A service establishment, such as a bank or other financial institution or enterprise, a barber or beauty shop, a business or professional office, a funeral home or a self-service laundry; and
(1) No billboard, signboard or similar advertising sign shall be located at an intersection so as to obstruct vision or hearing or so as to obstruct or interfere with pedestrian or vehicular safety,
(2) No billboard, signboard or similar advertising sign shall be located within fifty feet of a lot in an "R-1" or "R-2" District, or within forty feet of a lot in an "R-3" or "R-4" District.
(3) No billboard, signboard or similar advertising sign shall be located so that it will unreasonably interfere with the use and enjoyment of adjoining property.
(Ord. 340. Passed 12-19-66.)