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(A) Primary uses. Primary uses are authorized in the districts established as shown in Appendix A.
(1) Permitted uses are indicated by “U.”
(2) Those uses marked “SE” require a special exception.
(3) “PR” indicates that the particular use is prohibited in the corresponding district.
(B) Accessory uses.
(1) An accessory use is any building or structure that would become in use and/or associated with the primary use as specified by that district.
(2) The following accessory uses are authorized in all districts:
(b) Driveways; however, a special exception will be required for more than one driveway;
(c) Fences and hedges;
(g) Parking spaces;
(h) Public utility installations;
(i) Retaining walls; and
(C) Other accessory uses. These include:
(1) Roadside stands, provided that the stand shall be not more than one story and shall have a floor area of not more than 200 square feet, and shall be located no nearer than 50 feet from a street or highway right-of-way line; and
(2) Uses, buildings, and structures that are accessory to all permitted uses, such as public or private sewage treatment plants and water supply systems, and pole or power lines together with associated apparatus and equipment.
(D) Special accessory uses.
(1) The following are lists of activities that will be considered special accessory uses for the primary use located on any parcel.
(a) Philanthropic and charitable institutions;
(b) Agricultural and horticultural fairs; and
(c) Public or semi-public organizations, such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, or other similar organizations.
(2) The special accessory uses anticipate activities such as bazaars and fairs that may be conducted as a fund-raising activity for the primary use. These activities considered as being outside the primary use of the structure will be limited to no more than four times per calendar year and of not more than three consecutive days duration.
(`88 Code, § 8-6) (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98)