§ 156.105  SPECIAL RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROJECTS.
   City Council may permit, as a conditional use, departures from the zoning regulations for properly planned project if the planned project meets with the following requirements:
   (A)   The area of land to be developed is not less than two acres;
   (B)   Adjacent properties will not be adversely affected;
   (C)   Where dwelling units occur, the average density shall not be greater than the density requirements in the district in which the planned area is located. The use of the land shall not differ substantially from the uses permitted in the district, except that limited commercial facilities intended to serve only a special residential project area and fully integrated into the design of a residential project may be allowed;
   (D)   The plan shall be consistent with the intent and purpose of this chapter;
   (E)   For residential areas, a minimum of one acre per 20 dwelling units shall be improved for recreational use. At least one recreation area shall be a minimum of one-half acre with the size of remaining areas to be approved by the Planning Commission; and
   (F)   All parking requirements of this chapter shall be met.
(Ord. 1347, passed 3-18-1991)  Penalty, see § 156.999