Conditional permitted uses in the M1 District shall be as follows:
   (A)   Airports, public and private, on a lot not less than five acres in area;
   (B)   Heliports, public and private, on a lot not less than one acre in area;
   (C)   Accessory uses customarily incidental to the above conditional permitted uses, including but not limited to the following:
      (1)   Off-street parking;
      (2)   Off-street loading; and
      (3)   Awnings, marquees and business signs as regulated herein.
   (D)   Any establishment, the principal use of which is manufacturing, fabricating, processing, assembling, disassembling, repairing, cleaning, servicing, testing, loading or storing of materials which are flammable or explosive, and provided that the operations conform with the performance standards and other general requirements applicable to an M1 District;
   (E)   Restaurant with cocktail lounge, banquet hall and dancing area;
   (F)   Radio and television stations, and towers, transmitting and receiving; and
   (G)   (1)   Cargo containers, as defined in § 155.021, shall be allowed as a conditional permitted use in an M3 Manufacturing Zone only subject to the following minimum conditions:
         (a)   Only two cargo containers will be allowed per lot;
         (b)   Cargo containers located within the village should not exceed a length of 30 feet;
         (c)   Cargo containers shall be located to minimize the visual impact to adjacent properties, parks, trails and rights-of-way through the use of adequate screening. The screening may be a combination of solid fencing, landscaping or the placement of the cargo containers behind, between or within buildings;
         (d)   If located adjacent to a building, all cargo containers must be painted to match the building’s color;
         (e)   All cargo containers must have working doors and locks;
         (f)   Cargo containers may not occupy any required off-street parking spaces;
         (g)   Cargo containers shall meet all setback requirements for the zoning district where they are placed and allowed;
         (h)   Outdoor cargo containers shall not be refrigerated;
         (i)   Outdoor cargo containers shall not be stacked;
         (j)   Cargo containers shall be placed on a level hard surface, such as gravel, blacktop, concrete or other hard surface approved by the Village Board; and
         (k)   Cargo containers must be designed to allow drainage from above and beneath the container. Containers with a flat roof will not be allowed.
      (2)   The Zoning Board of Appeals may recommend and the Village Board may impose such additional conditions as may be deemed reasonable and/or appropriate.
      (3)   No cargo containers shall be allowed within any residential or commercial zoning district within the corporate limits of the village.
      (4)   Licensed and bonded contractors may use cargo containers in any zone for temporary storage of any equipment and/or materials at the construction site during construction that is authorized by the village building permit. Said cargo containers shall not be allowed to remain at any such construction site subsequent to the issuance of an occupancy permit or the completion of construction, whichever occurs first.
      (5)   Any cargo containers which are existing as nonconforming structures at the time of this division (G) shall be removed within one year from the effective date of this division (G).
      (6)   Any person, firm or corporation in violation of the provisions of this division (G) shall be subject to the penalties set forth in § 155.999.
   (H)   Large solar energy system.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 17, subs. .020, passed 2-15-1999; Ord. 2003-5, passed 5-19-2003; Ord. 2020-05, passed 9-21-2020)  Penalty, see § 155.999