§ 155.595  PURPOSE.
   (A)   The formulation and enactment of a comprehensive ordinance is based on the division of the entire village into districts in each of which are permitted specified uses that are mutually compatible. In addition to such permitted, compatible uses, however, it is recognized that there are other uses which it may be necessary or desirable to allow in a given district, but which on account of their potential influence upon neighboring uses or public facilities need to be carefully regulated with respect to location or operation for the protection of the community.
   (B)   Such uses are classified in this chapter as conditional permitted uses and fall into the following categories:
      (1)   Uses either municipally operated or operated by publicly regulated utilities, or uses traditionally affected by public interest;
      (2)   Uses entirely private in character which, on account of their peculiar locational need, the nature of the service they offer to the public and their possible damaging influence on the neighborhood may have to be established in a district or districts in which they cannot reasonably be allowed as an unrestricted permitted use under the zoning regulations; and
      (3)   Planned unit developments as set forth in this chapter.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 23, subs. .010, passed 2-15-1999)