§ 153.238  ADDITIONAL REVIEW CRITERIA.
   The following specific review criteria for each of the following conditional uses shall be addressed by the City Council in addition to those general review criteria set forth in § 153.237(E). (Note: The City Council recognizes that these review criteria may in some respects duplicate the general review criteria set forth in § 153.237(E) but that these criteria are provided to more specifically address issues that are particularly critical to certain uses).
   (A)   Planned residential developments.
      (1)   The location and character of the development will be in keeping with the stated purpose for allowing planned residential developments as set forth in § 153.215(A) of this chapter.
      (2)   The proposed ingress and egress points will not result in a substantial amount of vehicular traffic to be channeled onto adjacent local streets (noncollector/nonthoroughfare streets).
   (B)   Manufactured home parks.
      (1)   The proposed ingress and egress points will not result in a substantial amount of vehicular traffic to be channeled onto adjacent local streets (noncollector/nonthoroughfare streets).
      (2)   The manufactured home park will not only meet the minimum screening specifications set forth in this chapter but that the result of the screening will be to screen the manufactured home park from view from adjoining properties and adjoining street rights-of-way.
   (C)   Manufacturing uses.
      (1)   The use will not overly impact the ability of the city to collect and/or treat any wastewater generated by the use or the ability of the city to treat and distribute any potable water needed by the use.
      (2)   The use will not overly impact (impact beyond capacity) the system of streets serving the use or that improvements will be made to the streets in consort with the development of the use, the result of which will be adequate handling of the additional traffic generated.
      (3)   Not only will the use meet the minimum screening requirements of this chapter, but also that additional screening will be installed, as necessitated by the visual characteristics of the particular use, that the use will be screened from view of adjoining residential districts, or that the nature of the topography makes the screening from distant view from residential areas impossible and that other measures such as heavy on-site landscaping will be taken to lessen any near or distant visual impacts.
   (D)   Arcade or amusement center or game room.
      (1)   If the use is not located in a Class C Shopping Center, it will be located no closer than 300 feet from any Residential (R) District.
      (2)   The hours of operation will be limited to the hours between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 a.m.
   (E)   Multi-family developments.  The proposed ingress and egress points will not result in a substantial amount of vehicular traffic to be channeled onto adjacent local streets (non- collector/nonthoroughfare streets).
   (F)   Communication towers.  The tower will not result in interference with the safe operation of aircraft in relation to existing or planned airport facilities.
   (G)   Adult establishments.
      (1)   No business shall locate within 1,000 feet of any other adult establishment as measured in a straight line from property line to property line, with no considerations as to intervening structures, roads or landforms.
      (2)   No adult establishment shall be located within 1,000 feet of a church, public or private elementary or secondary school, child day care or nursery school, public park or playground or residentially zoned property. The 1,000-foot distance shall be measured on a straight line from property line to property line, with no consideration as to intervening structures, roads or landforms.
      (3)   There shall not be more than one adult establishment on the same property or in the same building, structure or portion thereof.
      (4)   No other principal or accessory use may occupy the same building, structure, property or portion thereof with any adult establishment.
      (5)   No printed material, slide, video, photograph, written material, live show or other visual presentation shall be visible, nor shall any live or recorded voices, music or sounds be heard from outside the walls of the establishment.
      (6)   Wall signs as permitted in §§ 153.169(A) and 153.172(B)(1)(b) are permitted as a means for advertising adult establishments. No freestanding signs shall be permitted. No other advertisements, displays, or signs or other promotional materials shall be visible to the public from pedestrian sidewalks, walkways and vehicular areas.
      (7)   Maximum gross floor area of the principal building shall be 5,000 square feet.
      (8)   Adult establishments shall not be allowed a variance from the minimum separation requirements of this section.
   (H)   Paintball gaming facility, outdoor.
      (1)   Gaming areas shall be a minimum of 200 feet away from any residential structure. Screening shall be required adjacent to all residential structures.
      (2)   The use of tires as barriers is strictly prohibited. No outdoor storage shall be allowed.
      (3)   No outdoor public address system shall be allowed.
      (4)   The use shall be limited to operation between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Night activities are prohibited.
   (I)   Indoor shooting ranges.
      (1)   The use shall be located at least 150 feet from any existing dwelling or property holding valid building permits for a dwelling. (Measure shall be from building to building, not property line to property line.)
      (2)   The use shall not be located within 150 feet from the property line of a school, daycare or place of worship.
      (3)   The application for a conditional use permit shall include information which demonstrates what measures will be implemented so that the use will not pose a hazard off site, including guarantees that the walls will be lined with a sound absorbing material certified by an acoustical professional.
      (4)   When allowed, the shooting range shall be the primary use and not be an accessory use to a gun store. Shooting ranges may provide repair and sales as an accessory activity.
      (5)   The use shall provide all parking on site. At least one space shall be provided for each shooting lane and for each employee on the shift of greatest employment.
      (6)   All measures shall be taken to recover any ammunition that could pose a danger to the environment.
      (7)   The City Council may impose any additional standards or safeguards it feels necessary to protect the general welfare of the citizens as a part of the use permit process.
   (J)   Outdoor shooting ranges.
      (1)   The use shall be located at least 150 feet from any existing dwelling or property holding valid building permits for a dwelling. (Measurement shall be from building to building, not property line to property line.)
      (2)   The use shall not be located within 150 feet from the property line of a school, daycare or place of worship.
      (3)   The application for a conditional use permit shall include information which demonstrates what measures will be implemented so that the use will not pose a hazard off site.
      (4)   When allowed, that shooting range shall be the primary use and not be an accessory use to a gun store. Shooting ranges may provide repair and sales as an accessory activity.
      (5)   The use shall provide all parking on site. At least one space shall be provided for each shooting lane and for each employee on the shift of greatest employment.
      (6)   All measures shall be taken to recover any ammunition that could pose a danger to the environment.
      (7)   The City Council may impose any additional standards or safeguards it feels necessary to protect the general welfare of the citizens as a part of the use permit process.
   (K)   Recycling station - construction and demolition material.
      (1)   Not only will the use meet the minimum screening requirements of this chapter, but also additional screening will be installed, as necessitated by the visual characteristics of the particular use.
      (2)   All state and local environmental requirements must be met.
      (3)   Any residual materials that cannot be reused must be removed from the site within 30 days and placed in a permitted landfill.
      (4)   Days of operation shall be limited to Monday through Saturday with specific hours determined by the City Council.
(Prior UDO, § 13.5)  (Ord. –, passed 4-4-2013; Ord. ZTA-3-2014, passed 11-13-2014; Ord. ZTA-4-2016, passed 7-7-2016)  Penalty, see § 153.999