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(A) Accessory uses customarily incident to the principal uses included within the PUD are permitted. Accessory signs shall comply with the provisions of the zoning districts except as hereafter provided for accessory commercial uses.
(B) Within a PUD in a residential district, accessory commercial facilities may be included in accordance with the following provisions:
(1) In considering commercial uses as a part of a Planned Unit Development in a residential district, the Planning Commission shall consider:
(a) The relationship of the proposed commercial use to:
1. The land parcel (both as to boundary shape and topographic and other physical features);
2. The land and land uses outside the proposed development;
3. The arrangement of the other portions of the proposed development;
(b) The nature of the commercial use included in the proposal;
(2) In developments proposing more than one business the aggregate floor area of the commercial facilities shall not exceed 50 square feet per dwelling unit nor a total of 30,000 square feet;
(3) Each commercial establishment shall be limited to a maximum of 3,500 square feet of floor area;
(4) Commercial signs shall be limited to one nameplate or not more than 16 square feet for each establishment. Nameplates shall be attached flat against a building wall and shall not be animated, flashing or have other than indirect illumination. Window signs shall not be permitted;
(5) The commercial area shall be designed primarily for the service, convenience and benefit of the residents of the PUD. The Planning Commission may permit a commercial establishment designed to serve patrons both inside and outside the development if it is determined that a land use problem is not likely upon consideration of the items listed in (1)(a) above.
(`93 Code, § 12-253) (Ord. 1040, passed 4-12-83)