§ 157.121  PROHIBITING USES NOT IN COMPLETE AGREEMENT WITH AN ALLOWABLE DISTRICT USE.
   No person, firm or corporation shall use or permit to be used any land or buildings, nor shall any person, firm or corporation make, erect, construct, move, alter, enlarge or rebuild or permit the making, erection, construction, moving, altering, enlarging or rebuilding of any building, structure or improvement, which is designed, arranged or intended to be used or maintained for any purpose or in any manner except in accordance with the use, height, area, yard, space and other requirements established in the district in which such land, building, structure or improvement is located, except as provided by § 157.111. For example, no nonresidential structure or use may be erected or conducted in a residential district except as directly related, associated and an accessory to an unquestionably residential use on the same lot or property.
(Ord. 1277, passed 4-13-99)