§ 156.097  AGRICULTURE.
   Agriculture uses when permitted as a special exception shall comply with the following.
   (A)   Intensively used facilities for animal raising and care, including, but not limited to, such facilities as kennels, feed lots, runs and pens, shall not be constructed within 100 feet of neighboring residential buildings, and shall be conducted in strict compliance with all performance standards, but especially standards for noise and odor. The act of animal breeding must be conducted in an area shielded from view of general public and neighboring properties.
   (B)   Roadside stands for the sale of agricultural products shall be:
      (1)   Temporary;
      (2)   Erected at least 15 feet back from the nearest edge of the roadway surface, but not on a public walk or within the street right-of-way, and providing no hazard is created thereby; and
      (3)   Provided with parking spaces off the traveled portion of the street, unless the street is of adequate width to allow unrestricted two-way traffic in addition to the necessary parking.
(Ord. 1347, passed 3-18-1991)