(A)   If a use, structure, or edifice is not specifically authorized within a zoning district, either by right or as a special use, then it is excluded and not permitted in that district.
   (B)   (1)   Sometimes the uses permitted in 1 district are also permitted in another.
      (2)   For example, single-family detached houses are frequently permitted in multi-dwelling district.
      (3)   This is called cumulative zoning.
      (4)   A system, known as pyramiding, whereby all of the districts were cumulative in order listed in this chapter;  the single-family residential district comes first, followed by the 2-family, the multiple, commercial, and industrial zones in the order.
      (5)   This chapter utilizes the pyramiding or cumulative system for the residential districts:  R-1, R-2, R-3, and R-4.
(Ord. passed 10-23-1978, § 1.03; Am. Ord. 2004-4, passed 2-23-2004)