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   (a)   Criteria. During the site plan review and evaluation process, the following criteria shall be considered:
      (1)   The nature and character of the development and adequacy of the buffer between proposed improvements on the site and adjacent property;
      (2)   The adequacy of utilities, access roads, drainage and other necessary supporting facilities that have been or will be provided;
      (3)   The adequacy of the design, location and arrangement of all driveways and parking spaces so as to provide for the safe and convenient movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic without adversely affecting the general public or adjacent developments;
      (4)   The adequacy of any nuisance prevention measures that have been or will be taken to prevent or control offensive odor, fumes, dust, noise and vibration;
      (5)   The effect directional lighting will have on neighboring properties; and
      (6)   The impact of the proposed development on adjacent property values and on the ability of the adjacent property to be developed.
   (b)   Additional requirements. In approving a site plan, the zoning commission or city council may impose additional reasonable requirements necessary to protect the public interest and welfare of the community.
   (c)   Violation of conditions. The violation of any condition or requirement on an approved site plan or any construction or use that is not in compliance with an approved site plan shall be deemed to be a violation of the ordinance which granted the “PD” district zoning change subject to site plan approval.
(Ord. 20159-04-2012, § 1 (Exh. A), passed 4-3-2012)