§ 155.050  ACCESSORY BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES AND USES; DETACHED DWELLINGS; DISTANCE FROM PRINCIPAL BUILDING.
   Accessory single-family detached dwellings or detached buildings containing dwelling units or lodging rooms for domestic employees of the occupants of principal single-family detached dwellings, or for students, faculty and personnel authorized to live on the premises of institutional or other nonresidential uses shall not be located in a yard or other open area required for the principal building, and shall be located not less than 40 feet from the principal building, except:
   (A)   On a lot one acre or more in area, such an accessory building when designed as a part of an architectural entrance feature may be located in a required front yard or side yard adjoining a street; and
   (B)   When located in back of a principal building, the rear yard of the principal building shall be measured from the rear yard line to the nearest building wall of such accessory building.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 3, subs. .160, passed 2-15-1999)