§ 156.072  NON-CONFORMING USES OF LAND.
   Where, on July 3, 2002, a lawful use of land exists which would not be permitted by the regulations imposed by this chapter, and where the use involves no individual structure with a replacement cost exceeding $1,000, the use may be continued, so long as it remains otherwise lawful; provided that:
   (A)   No like non-conforming use shall be enlarged or increased, nor extended to occupy a greater area of land than was occupied on July 3, 2002, or on the effective date of any applicable amendment of this chapter;
   (B)   No like non-conforming use shall be moved, in whole or in part, to any portion of the lot or parcel other than that occupied by the use on July 3, 2002, or on the effective date of any applicable amendment of this chapter;
   (C)   If any non-conforming use of land ceases for any reason for a period of more than 30 days, any subsequent use of the land shall conform to the regulations specified by this chapter for the district in which the land is located; and
   (D)   No additional structure not conforming to the requirements of this chapter shall be erected in connection with the non-conforming use of land.
(Ord. 04-21, passed 10-6-2004, § 32)