1111.06  STANDARDS AND CRITERIA.
   The following standards and criteria are established to guide the Architectural Review Board in its review of development proposals:
   (a)    Materials shall be appropriate for the use of the building, for weathering and for relationship to other materials, including those used on adjacent buildings.
   (b)    Colors and textures shall be appropriate for the size and scale of the building, for weathering and for relationship to the site and to adjacent buildings.
   (c)    Architectural details and ornaments shall be meaningful to the overall design, and appropriate for the size and scale of the building and for weathering.
   (d)    Mechanical equipment shall be considered as it affects rooftop appearance, sidewall openings, sound levels, smoke and other nuisance aspects. Also, mechanical equipment shall be considered as it relates to overhead wires, gas and electric meter stations and any other visible appurtenances.
   (e)    Approaches, drives and parking areas shall be considered as they affect the appearance from the street and from the site as well. The relationship of paving to the building shall be appropriate, considering factors such as safety, drainage and landscaping.
   (f)    Landscaping shall be appropriate for the size and use of the area, and for its relationship to building, street, parking area, walks and adjacent buildings.
   (g)    Lighting shall be considered for the appropriateness of nighttime illumination of the grounds, drives, walks, parking areas, the building and its effect upon surrounding areas.
   (h)    Signs shall be considered for appropriateness of size, scale, shape, color and illumination in relation to building and site. (Ord. 45-1966. Passed 1-24-67.)