It is the purpose of D-3 districts to provide for the needs for both convenience goods and more common and often recurring shopping goods, and also personal and household services, of a population considerably larger than that served by neighborhood business districts. The principal establishment in the district will normally be one or several variety stores, supermarkets, super drugstores, clothing stores, shoe stores, household appliance stores, branch banks and the like.
(Ord. 2046, passed 4-11-1968; Ord. 2078, passed 9-5-1968; Ord. 2832, passed 5-10-1982; Ord. 3684, passed 10-23-2006)