Any use permitted and as regulated in "M-1" Light Industrial Districts is permitted in "M-2" General Industrial Districts, except as herein modified and added to, as follows:
   (a)   Automobile salvage and wrecking operations, and industrial metal and waste salvage operations and junk yards, if located not less than 100 feet from an "R" District, provided that all operations are conducted within an area enclosed on all sides with a solid wall or tight board fence not less than eight feet high, which wall or fence is maintained to the satisfaction of the Building Inspector, and that all other applicable laws and ordinances are complied with;
   (b)   Flammable liquids storage, underground only, not to exceed 25,000 gallons in any storage area;
   (c)   Railroad yards;
   (d)   The following uses, provided that no part of a building occupied by such uses has any opening, other than a stationary window or required fire exit, within 100 feet of an "R" District:
      (1)   A blacksmith, welding or other metal working or machine shop; a foundry, casting lightweight metals (nonferrous) or machine shop;
      (2)   A planing mill and veneer manufacturing plant; and
   (e)   Any of the following uses, when located not less than 200 feet from an "R" District and not less than 100 feet from any other district, except an "M-1" District:
         Acetylene manufacturing in excess of fifteen pounds pressure per square inch;
         Acid manufacture, except as specified as a conditional use in Section 1280.03;
         Asbestos manufacture;
         Automobile, tractor, trailer or farm implement assembly or manufacturing;
         Bleaching, cleaning and dyeing plants;
         Boiler shops, machine shops, structural steel fabricating shops, railway car or locomotive shops, including repair, and metal working shops;
         Brewing or distilling of alcoholic beverages;
         Brick, pottery, tile and terra cotta manufacturing;
         Bulk station;
         Cans and other type of container manufacturing;
         Candle or sperm oil manufacturing;
         Cement products manufacturing;
         Cooperage works;
         Dextrine, starch or glucose manufacturing;
         Disinfectant, insecticide or poison manufacturing;
         Dye and dyestuff manufacturing;
         Enameling, lacquering or japanning;
         Emery cloth or sandpaper manufacturing;
         Felt manufacturing;
         Flour or grain mill;
         Forge or foundry works;
         Gas generation or storage for illumination or heating;
         Grain drying or poultry feed manufacturing from refuse, mash or grain;
         Hair or hair products manufacturing;
         Lime or lime products manufacturing;
         Linoleum, oil cloth or oiled goods manufacturing;
         Machinery manufacturing;
         Match manufacturing;
         Meat packing, but not stockyards or slaughterhouses, specified as a conditional use in Section 1282.03;
         Metal stamping and extrusion;
         Oil, paint, shellac, turpentine, varnish or enamel manufacturing;
         Paper and pulp manufacturing;
         Perfume manufacturing;
         Pickle, sauerkraut or sausage manufacturing;
         Plaster manufacturing;
         Poultry slaughterhouse, including packing and storage for wholesale;
         Printing ink manufacturing;
         Radium extraction;
         Sandblasting or cutting;
         Sawmill and the manufacture of excelsior, wood fiber or sawdust products;
         Sewage disposal plant, incinerator or sanitary landfill operation, except by the Municipality;
         Shoddy manufacturing;
         Shoe blacking or polish or stove polish manufacturing;
         Soap manufacturing;
         Steam power plant, except where accessory to a permitted principal use;
         Stone and monument works employing power-driven tools;
         Sugar refining and tar distillation or manufacturing;
         Tar or asphalt roofing or waterproofing manufacturing;
         Vinegar manufacturing;
         Wire or rod-drawing and nut, screw or bolt manufacturing;
         Yeast manufacturing; and
         Any other use which, in the opinion of the Board of Zoning Appeals, is of a similar character to those specified above; and
   (f)   Any of the following uses, when located not less than 400 feet from an "R" District, and not less than 200 feet from any other district, except an "M-1" District, or when authorized by the Board as provided in Chapter 1290, subject to such conditions and requirements as may, in the judgment of the Board, be necessary to protect adjacent property and prevent conditions which may become noxious or offensive:
         Ammonia, chlorine or bleaching powder manufacturing;
         Animal black, lampblack, boneblack or graphite manufacturing;
         Asphalt or asphalt products manufacturing;
         Celluloid or paroxyline manufacturing, or explosives or inflammable cellulose or paroxyline products manufacturing or storage;
         Crematory or creosote manufacturing or treatment;
         Distillation of coal, petroleum, refuse, grain, wood or bones, except in the manufacture of gas;
         Explosives manufacturing or storage, except for small arms ammunition;
         Fertilizer or compost manufacturing or storage;
         Fish curing, smoking or packing or fish oil manufacturing or refining;
         Petroleum or flammable liquids production, refining and storage above ground;
         Rock crushing or cement, lime, gypsum or plaster of Paris manufacturing;
         Rubber, caoutchouc or gutta percha manufacturing, and treatment from crude or scrap material, or the manufacture of balata;
         Smelting of ferrous or nonferrous ores;
         Storage, cutting or tanning of raw, green or salted hides or skins, when refrigerated storage is provided;
         Sulphurous, sulphuric, nitric, picric, carbolic or hydrochloric or other corrosive acid manufacturing; and
         Any other use which, in the opinion of the Board, is of a similar character to those above.
(Ord. 340.  Passed 12-19-66.)