(A)   Purpose. To provide for and encourage location of sales and services which are environmentally compatible with residential districts; to minimize the blighting influence on surrounding residential neighborhoods by limitations and control of uses permitted; to exclude highway oriented and any other business that will tend to disrupt or disturb neighborhood stability.
   (B)   Permitted uses. Within a B-3 Residential Light Commercial District, no building or land shall be used except for one or more of the following uses:
      (1)   Clinics;
      (2)   Hospitals and nursing/convalescent homes;
      (3)   Printing;
      (4)   Commercial advertising products;
      (5)   Trade and vocational schools;
      (6)   Public buildings; and
      (7)   Medical and dental offices and/or laboratories.
   (C)   Uses by conditional use permit. Within a B-3 Business District, no building or land shall be used for one or more of the following uses except by conditional use permit: manufacturing of:
      (1)   Clothing, tents and other textile items;
      (2)   Electronic equipment or subassemblies;
      (3)   Electric controls, timers and small electric motors;
      (4)   Fishing tackle and related products (does not include boats, trailers or motors);
      (5)   Assembling small appliances;
      (6)   Toys;
      (7)   Soft drinks confectionery, ice cream and pastry products;
      (8)   Food products (frozen, dehydrated or canned);
      (9)   Wood cabinets and furniture products;
      (10)   Greenhouses;
      (11)   Warehousing of non-hazardous materials; and
      (12)   Permitted uses of an R-3 District.
   (D)   Permitted accessory uses. Same as Retail Business District (B-1).
   (E)   Height, lot coverage and minimum lot area regulations. Same as Retail Business District (B-1).
(Ord. 110, passed 4-23-1991; Ord. 144, passed 2-11-1997; Ord. 179, passed 1-23-2007)