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(A) The use of all lands and premises and the erection and use of all buildings and structures shall hereafter be limited to the following.
(B) However, the uses shall be subject to the requirements of site plan review set forth in § 152.228.
(1) Bank, real estate, insurance, and similar businesses;
(2) Carpenter, plumbing, electric, sign painting, interior decoration, radio, television and similar shops and services when conducted within completely enclosed buildings without outside storage, and operated chiefly as a retail and service business computer sales, service and repair;
(3) Barber, beauty shops, shoe repair, tanning salons;
(4) Duplicating shops of no more than 4 presses no larger than 11 feet by 17 feet, photography and related shops and services conducted in less than 10,000 square feet;
(5) Professional offices, such as doctors, lawyers, dentists, chiropractors, osteopaths, and similar and allied professions;
(6) Publicly-owned and operated buildings;
(7) Public assembly buildings, such as auditoriums, and churches, clubs, and lodges;
(8) Restaurants, including lunch counters, dairy bars, and similar establishments providing food for consumption on premises, but not including “drive-ins” or facilities providing dancing or entertainment;
(9) Retail food establishments supplying groceries, fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy products, baked goods, confections, and similar goods for consumption off the premises. Food stuffs may be processed on the premises as an accessory activity if the sale of the product is limited to the local retail store;
(10) Pharmacies, retail clothing, and dry goods, music shop, hardware, building supplies, and similar items;
(11) Publicly-owned and/or operated parks;
(12) Dwelling units, subject to the following restrictions:
(a) Is located above the ground floor of a building, which is being put to a use permitted in divisions (C)(1) through (C)(12) above.
(b) Has 2 parking spaces provided for each dwelling unit, in addition to the number of spaces required for the commercial use. The Planning Commission may grant a parking exception, which reduces parking space requirements if it has been clearly demonstrated that the provisions of full parking are unnecessary or that such requirements would create a practical difficulty with the use of the lot, contrasted with merely granting an advantage or convenience.
(c) As to each building, the dwelling unit or units occupy the floor area approved by the village through the permitting process.
(13) Day care centers as defined in § 152.005.
(Ord. passed 10-23-1978, § 10.02; Am. Ord. 2005-8, passed 7-25-2005; Am. Ord. 2005-19, passed 2-6-2006; Am. Ord. 2017-01, passed 9-11-2017) Penalty, see § 152.999