The MICR Medical Institutional Cultural Residential District is to establish and provide for a mix of medical, institutional, cultural and residential uses, while maintaining compatibility with surrounding uses of land.
   (A)   Dimensional requirements.
      Minimum lot/parcel size (sq. ft.):   8,000 
      Minimum lot size, two-family (sq. ft.): 12,000
      Minimum setbacks (feet):   front:    10
                  side:   10
                  rear:   10
      Maximum building height (feet):     65
      Maximum gross floor area (sq. ft.):  30,000
      30,000 plus structures requires a SUP
      Minimum open space (% of site):  10 (not applicable to single-family and two-family residences.)
   (B)   Permitted uses.  The following uses are permitted by right in the MICR Medical Institutional Cultural Residential Zoning District Classification provided they meet all requirements of this section and all other requirements established in this chapter. A use followed by the notation (SR) is permitted subject to special requirements contained in §§ 152.120 - 152.123, below.
      (1)   All permitted uses listed in the R-1 Residential Zoning District Classification, subject to special requirements if noted.
      (2)   Assisted living facilities (SR).
      (3)   Civic centers and cultural art facilities.
      (4)   Community colleges.
      (5)   Funeral homes and crematoria Hospitals and clinics.
      (6)   Mobile food vending (SR).
      (7)   Music and art studios and galleries.
      (8)   Offices, professional, governmental and financial.
      (9)   Parking lots and garages.
      (10)   Restaurants (SR).
      (11)   Retail sales, medically-oriented.
      (12)   Schools business, technical and vocational.
      (13)   Services, personal.
   (C)   Prohibited uses. No non-residential development or redevelopment exceeding 30,000 square feet in gross floor area shall be permitted in the MICR Medical Institutional Cultural Residential Zoning District Classification. Unless a special use permit has been approved by the Board of Adjustment.
(Ord. passed 10-1-07; Am. Ord. passed 10-20-08; Am. Ord. passed 10-5-15; Am. Ord. passed - - )