A motor freight terminal district is a use designed to accommodate large scale trucking terminal operations on a minimum of 18 acres of land and involving intrastate and interstate motor carriers, which activities are incompatible with the great majority of other land uses and so are suitably placed in a zoning district most compatible to such use and in a strategic location for efficient coordination with the city’s planned streets and the county and state thoroughfare and highway system.
(Prior Code, § 156.211) (Ord. 96-O-1564, passed 2-7-1996)