§ 50-161  PURPOSE.
   (a)   In the development of a community it is recognized that there are some uses which, because of their very nature, are recognized as having serious objectionable operational characteristics, particularly when several of them are concentrated under certain circumstances thereby having a deleterious effect upon the adjacent areas. Special regulation of these uses is necessary to ensure that these adverse effects will not contribute to the blighting or downgrading of the surrounding neighborhood. These special regulations are itemized in this article. The primary control or regulation is for the purpose of preventing a concentration of these uses in any one area.
   (b)   Uses subject to these controls are as follows:
      (1)   Group “A” — Special regulated uses:
Adult bookstore
Adult motion picture theater
Adult mini motion picture theater
Establishments for consumption of beer or  intoxicating liquor on the premises and having  adult entertainment
Massage establishments
Steam baths
Any other use, including a group B special regulated use, which provides goods or services which are distinguished or characterized by their emphasis on matters depicting, describing or relating to “specified sexual activities” or “specified anatomical areas”
      (2)   Group “B” - Special regulated uses:
Liquor stores
Tattoo establishments
      (3)   Group “C” - Special regulated uses:
Gaming tables
Pool or billiard halls
      (4)   Group “D” - Special regulated uses:
Wireless telecommunication antennas
Wireless telecommunication facilities
Wireless telecommunication towers
(Ord. 2599, passed 4-25-1977; Ord. 2872, passed 3-14-1983; Ord. 3286, passed 12-12-1994; Ord. 3289, passed 1-9-1995; Ord. 3501, passed 10-14-2002; Ord. 3669, passed 11-28-2005)