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(A) Special exceptions are uses publicly operated, those uses traditionally affected with a public interest and those uses entirely private in character, but of such an unusual nature that their operation may give rise to unique problems with respect to their impact upon neighboring property and public facilities. A special exception may be authorized by the Board of Zoning Appeals for certain uses, as defined in this chapter, in conformance with requirements and procedures set forth herein. A special exception is required for uses of such an unusual nature that their operation may give rise to unique problems with respect to their impact upon neighboring property and public facilities.
(B) Except as may otherwise be specifically provided in this chapter, the special exceptions listed in each district, and their accessory buildings and uses, may be permitted by the Board in that district in accordance with the procedure and the requirements set forth in this section.
(Prior Code, § 150.190) (Ord. 1978-4, passed 3-21-1978)