§ 154.36  PARKING REGULATIONS.
   (A)   Whenever a structure is used for residential purposes or where residential units are erected above stores, two parking spaces shall be provided on the lot for each dwelling unit in the structure.
   (B)   Parking shall be required, based upon the following use, in the “D” and “E” business districts:
      (1)   Office: one space for every 300 sq. ft. of floor space;
      (2)   Retail: one space for every 200 sq. ft. of floor space; and
      (3)   Barber/beauty shop: one space for every beautician, barber or technician chair plus one for each two employees on the premises. All other commercial buildings that are erected, converted or structurally altered shall provide one parking space for each 200 square feet of floor space in the building, and any restaurant or establishment that serves meals, lunches, or drinks to patrons either in cars or in the building shall also provide one parking space for each 200 square feet of floor space in the building, provided, however, that a restaurant, carry-out restaurant, or any establishment serving meals or beverages, alcoholic or nonalcoholic, to its customers on the premises shall provide on the premises not less than one parking space for each three seats plus one parking space for each two employees.
   (C)   Properties within the "D" and "E" Business Districts, when applying for a zoning certificate and when having lands upon their property that lends itself to potential additional parking, the landlord shall be required to develop said land into off-street parking to meet their minimum parking space requirements except upon a determination by the Village Council that converting such land to parking would be detrimental to the health, safety, convenience or general welfare of the village as a whole.
   (D)   Properties in the "D" and "E" Business Districts may include "on street" parking spaces, when such spaces are within the commercial districts or off-street parking municipal areas owned or leased by the village when said municipal spaces are within 500 feet of their property.  The village will inventory both municipal and on-street parking spaces, record assignment of same upon application, issue a certificate of occupancy to verify compliance with parking regulations upon application, and not exceed an allocation of greater than 175% at any time.
   (E)   The village may provide necessary parking space upon a public parcel of land to satisfy parking requirements within the "D" District (see division (D)) or the "E" District and within 500 feet of the establishment and an annual agreement (contract) will be required. All parking spaces contracted with the village for specific business locations are an agreement between the landlord of the building and the village, and do not transfer with a specific business. In addition, should the use of a business cease to require said contracted parking spaces for a continuous period exceeding one year (12 months), the agreement between the village and a landlord will cease and said spaces will become available for other agreements; said cancellation of agreement subject to an appeal to Council within ten days of notice. At no time may the village lease more than 125% of available spaces.
(Am. Ord. 1999-23, passed 9-13-99; Am. Ord. 2001-36, passed 11-5-01)  Penalty, see § 154.99