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A roadside commercial use is one which normally requires drive-in facilities related to a street or highway, and is primarily of a retail or service nature specifically stated but not limited to the following categories of use:
(A) Automobile service, including:
(1) Filling station;
(2) Public garage, but not including major repair or body work;
(3) Public parking area;
(4) Sales room;
(5) Open sales lot;
(6) Automobile, truck or trailer rental and sales area; and
(7) Automobile and truck repair, entirely within enclosed buildings.
(B) Commercial service, including:
(2) Office building; and
(3) Postal station.
(C) Clothing service, including:
(1) Laundry agency;
(2) Self-service laundry; and
(3) Dry-cleaning establishment using not more than two clothes-cleaning units, neither of which shall have a rated capacity of more than 60 pounds, using cleaning fluid which is non-explosive and non- flammable.
(D) Equipment service, including:
(1) Radio or television repair shop;
(2) Electric appliance repair shop; and
(3) Record shop.
(E) Food service, including:
(2) Meat market;
(6) Cold storage lockers;
(7) Bakery; provided, floor area used for production shall not exceed 750 square feet; and
(8) Roadside sales stand.
(F) Personal service, including:
(1) Barber shop;
(2) Beauty shop;
(3) Reducing salon; and
(4) Photographic studio.
(G) Retail service, retail stores generally, including:
(2) Hardware or paint store;
(4) News dealer;
(5) Showroom and sales area for articles to be sold at retail;
(6) Commercial greenhouse not exceeding 1,000 square feet in area;
(7) Apparel shop;
(8) Flower shop;
(9) Antique shop;
(10) Shoe store;
(11) Variety store;
(12) Toy store;
(13) Jewelry store;
(14) Sporting goods store; and
(15) Department store.
(H) Commercial recreational uses, including:
(1) Billiard room;
(2) Dancing academy;
(3) Tavern or nightclub, only in conformity with requirements of laws or ordinances governing the use;
(4) Sporting activities;
(5) Indoor theater; and
(6) Bowling alley or roller rink, entirely within enclosed buildings.
(I) Private club or lodge;
(1) Veterinary hospital for small animals;
(3) Radio and television studios;
(4) Newspaper publishing; and
(5) Motor bus or railroad passenger station.
(L) Accessory building or use customarily incident to the above uses which may not have more than 40% of its floor area devoted to storage purposes; and, provided that, not more than five persons are employed at one time or on any one shift in connection with the incidental use.
(Prior Code, § 150.100) (Ord. 1978-4, passed 3-21-1978)