§ 152.044  USES NOT PROVIDED FOR WITHIN ZONING DISTRICTS.
   Whenever in any zoning district a use is neither specifically permitted nor denied, the City Council, the Planning Commission or a property owner may request a study by the Planning Commission to determine whether the particular use is compatible with the city’s comprehensive plan, what zoning district would be most appropriate and the determination as to conditions and standards relating to use. The City Council may upon receipt of the study, initiate an amendment to the zoning ordinance to provide for the particular use under consideration or find that the use is not compatible.
(Ord. 110, passed 4-23-1991)