(A)   (1)   The Planned Unit Development (PUD) Zoning District is intended to permit and control the development of lands as planned unit developments for compatible uses permitted by this chapter.
      (2)   The planned PUD is authorized under the terms of §§ 152.170et seq., to permit a greater degree of flexibility in the use, area, height, bulk, and placement of buildings, structures, and accessory uses than would otherwise be the case in other zoning districts established by this chapter.
      (3)   The PUD provisions of §§ 152.170et seq. have been established in order to encourage the use of land in accordance with its character and adaptability, to conserve natural resources and energy, to encourage innovation in land use planning, to provide enhanced housing, employment, commercial traffic circulation, and recreation opportunities for compatibility of design and use between neighboring lands.
   (B)   (1)   It is intended that all land uses in a PUD District shall be afforded reasonable protection from encroachment or interference by other incompatible land uses, and that reasonable protection from PUD land uses also be afforded to uses adjacent to or affected by each PUD District.
      (2)   It is not intended that the provisions of §§ 152.170et seq. be utilized to circumvent other provisions of the Zoning Ordinance or the comprehensive land use planning which has been undertaken by the village.
      (3)   It is intended that land uses resulting from application of the provisions of §§ 152.170et seq. will be those uses which are not substantially inconsistent with other zoning districts and areas are intended to be approved only in the cases where the intents and purposes of §§ 152.170et seq. and the Zoning Ordinances have been complied with.
   (C)   All zoning of lands pursuant to §§ 152.170et seq. shall, where appropriate, include reasonable conditions regarding the emission and transmission of injurious or obnoxious noise, vibrations, gas, smoke, dust, dirt, litter, odor, light glare, traffic congestion, ease of police and fire protections, drainage, lateral land support, blighting influences, effect on surrounding property surface and groundwater quality, water supply and sewage area, and other similar considerations which have an effect on the achievement of the purposes of this chapter.
(Ord. passed 10-23-1978, § 13.01)