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Industry. Establishments engaged in the manufacturing of finished parts or products, either from raw materials or previously prepared materials, within an enclosed structure. Includes processing, fabrication, assembly, treatment, testing (e.g., laboratories), packaging, incidental office storage, sales, and distribution of the parts or products; and laundry and dry cleaning plants. Excludes vehicle/equipment rentals (“Vehicle/Equipment Rentals”), vehicle repair and service (“Vehicle Repair and Service”), vehicle sales (“Vehicle Sales”).
Light. The manufacture and/or processing of consumer-oriented goods in a manner that does not produce noticeable odors, air emissions, or other environmental effects, and that has limited associated trucking activity. Light industries generally require limited amounts of raw materials to produce goods. Examples of light industries include, but are not limited to, the manufacture of clothes, shoes, furniture, consumer electronics, and household items.
Heavy. The manufacture and/or processing of materials and goods utilizing large quantities of raw materials, and generally requiring high capitalization and production of large quantities of output. Heavy industry often sells output to other business users rather than consumers. Characteristics of heavy industry include, but are not limited to, heavy trucking activity, noise, emissions requiring federal or state environmental permits, use of large quantities of hazardous materials as defined the U.S. Environmental ProtectionAgency, and requirement for specialized permits from federal and state occupational health and safety agencies.
Intensification of Use, Non-Residential. Any change or expansion of a non-residential use which will result in both an increase in parking need based on the requirements of Chapter 10.30 (Off-Street Parking and Loading) and which is determined by the Director likely to result in a significant new or increased impact due to potential traffic generation, noise, smoke, glare, odors, hazardous materials, water use, and/or sewage generation.
Internet Cafe. See Cyber Cafe. (Ord. 935 § 3 (part), 2015)