These standards apply to a particular use only when it is designated as a special use, or a “permitted use subject to special requirements” in any particular zoning classification.  They do not apply when a use is a permitted use, that is, permitted by right.  In such a situation, the development and dimensional standards for the zoning classification and other applicable standards will guide development and use.  It is important to note this distinction because the same use may be a special use or a permitted use subject to special requirements in one zoning classification, in which case the standards contained in this subchapter would apply, and a permitted use in another classification, in which case they would not.  The standards contained in this subchapter also serve as minimum requirements for developments undergoing special use review; provided, however, nothing herein shall be construed to limit applicants from proposing, and the Town Council from approving, plans which exceed these standards.
(Ord. passed 10-1-07; Am. Ord. passed - - )