(a)    Purpose. This District is established to provide for uses principally to accommodate the sale of convenience retail goods and personal services purchased frequently for daily and weekly needs serving the residents of the Municipality. It is intended that this District will encourage the development of small businesses in wholly enclosed buildings, except under certain conditions pertaining to outdoor display, and be located in a unified manner providing a pedestrian environment.
   (b)    Permitted Uses. Permitted uses when wholly in enclosed buildings include:
      (1)    Art, photo, stationery, notion, toy and gift sales and antique shops;
      (2)    Banks;
      (3)    Barber and beauty shops;
      (4)    Clothing, apparel and variety stores;
      (5)    Drug store;
      (6)    Dry cleaning and laundry agency providing counter outlet only and nonexplosive and non-flammable solvents are used;
      (7)    Florist shop and gift shop;
      (8)    Food sales including supermarkets;
      (9)    Hardware store including the sale of paint, wallpaper and household and garden supplies;
      (10)    Retail bakery, delicatessen, meat market which prepares and processes food and drink to be retailed on premises;
      (11)    Restaurant, ice cream parlor, soda fountain, tavern but excluding drive- ins;
      (12)    Self-service laundries;
      (13)    Shoe repair shop;
      (14)    Sporting goods;
      (15)    Tailor and dressmaker;
      (16)    Television and radio repair shops; and
      (17)    Uses not listed herein and which are comparable in character to those types listed may be permitted by the Planning Commission.
   (c)    Conditionally Permitted Uses. The Planning Commission may issue conditional zoning certificates for uses listed herein subject to the procedures of Section 1137.04, the review criteria of Section 1137.05(d), applicable supplementary regulations in Chapter 1171 and architectural design standards of Chapter 1172.
      (1)    Bank drive-ins;
      (2)    Club, lodge and fraternal organizations;
      (3)    Communication facilities;
      (4)    Post office, police and fire stations, schools;
      (5)    Professional, medical and administrative offices;
      (6)    Public garages, automobile repair shops, gasoline service stations, car wash;
      (7)    Public utility rights of way and appurtenant structures; and
      (8)   Outdoor displays, subject to the standards and criteria of Section 1167.07. (Ord. 65-1999. Passed 10-14-99.)
      (9)   Senior Citizen Residential Facilities, subject to the criteria and standards of Section 1167.07. (Ord. 112-1999. Passed 11-30-99.)
   (d)   Accessory Uses.
      (1)    Off-street parking spaces, entrances and exits as regulated in Accessory Uses of Section 1167.06;
      (2)    Signs as regulated in Section 1171.10;
      (3)    Any accessory use which is incidental to a permitted main use shall be permitted provided it is planned and developed integrally with the main building, and with adjacent buildings and that it has no injurious effects on adjoining districts.
         (Ord. 30-1982. Passed 6-10-82.)
   (e)    Setback Lines. The setback line for any building or structure erected shall be a minimum of thirty-five feet from the public right of way.
   (f)    Side and Rear Yards. 
      (1)    Every building or structure intended for business use, shall have a rear and side yard each of which shall have a width of at least ten feet from the rear and side lot lines except when adjacent to an R district the width shall be ninety feet from the lot line adjacent to the R district; provided that the building and site arrangement also comply with the requirement of Section 1167.06.
      (2)    In the case of a corner lot, no building or structure intended for business use erected on such corner lot shall be set back less than thirty-five feet from the side street line of such corner lot nor less than thirty-five feet from the rear line thereof.
      (3)    When two or more parcels of land which have different owners are proposed to be developed jointly, any common side and rear-yard setback may be reduced when a development plan for all parcels in the Joint Development is approved by the Planning Commission as a Conditional Use in accordance with the procedures of Section 1137.04. A zero setback may be considered in which case two or more buildings on separate parcels, either built simultaneously or at different times, would abut each other. In establishing the reduced setback, the Planning Commission shall consider the impact of any reduction on the arrangement of the buildings, parking, site access and circulation, landscaping, property maintenance and the overall quality and marketability of the proposed development. To consider a parcel of land in a Joint Development, the Planning Commission must have written authorization from each property owner stating that the development proposal on each parcel may be considered as part of the Joint Development. (Ord. 10-1987. Passed 4-23-87.)
   (g)    Height of Building.  No building shall be erected in the B-1 Convenience Business District to a height in excess of four stories or in excess of forty-five feet measured from the natural grade at the building line to the highest point on the roof so long as such height does not substantially interfere with immediately adjacent parcels, otherwise, no building shall be erected in the B-1 Convenience Business District to a height in excess of three stories or in excess of thirty-five feet measured from the natural grade at the building line to the highest point on the roof, except that these provisions shall not apply to the height of a clock tower, wireless tower, chimney stage tower, scenery loft, or other mechanical appurtenances part of such building. The above such projections shall not exceed ten feet above roof peak. All such projections in excess of ten feet must be approved by the Planning Commission. (Ord. 44-2017. Passed 7-31-17.)
   (h)    Storm Drainage. Drainage shall discharge into a common closed conduit which is to be located in the right of way of streets, alleys or easements. In no case shall the Planning Commission approve a storm drainage system which involves swales, roadside ditches, etc. as a means of conveying surface drainage from the sites.
   (i)    Planning Commission Review Procedures. All construction for permitted or conditional uses in the B-1 District whether new construction, expansion of existing building or renovations to site conditions or characteristics shall be submitted to and approved by the Planning Commission pursuant to Section 1137.05.
(Ord. 30-1982. Passed 6-10-82.)
   (j)    Minimum Lot Size. The minimum lot area shall be 20,000 square feet, and each lot shall he a minimum of 100 feet in width when measured at the setback line.
(Ord. 13-1985. Passed 3-28-85.)