All off-street loading facilities shall conform to the minimum standards indicated below:
   (A)   Size of space.  Every off-street loading space shall be at least 12 feet wide and 45 feet long exclusive of aisle and maneuver space, and shall have vertical clearance of at least 14 feet.  In no case shall a vehicle being loaded or unloaded overhang into the public right-of-way.
   (B)   Access way.  Every off-street loading space shall have a safe means of vehicular access to a street or alley.  Such access way shall be at least 12 feet wide.
   (C)   Surfacing.  Every off-street loading area shall be improved with a compacted stone base at least seven inches thick, surfaced with at least two inches of asphaltic concrete or approved comparable material. (No oil and chips).
   (D)   Buffer strips.  No loading space or area for vehicles over two ton cargo capacity shall be developed closer than 50 feet to the lot line of any lot located in any residential district or in the Agricultural District unless such space/area is completely enclosed by walls, a solid fence, or closely planted shrubbery at least ten feet in height and of sufficient density to block the view from residential property.
   (E)   Location.  Every off-street loading space shall be located on the same parcel of land as the use served, and not closer than 50 feet to the intersection of the rights-of-way of two or more streets, and not on any required front yard.
(Ord. 491, passed 6-16-86; Am. Ord. 744, passed - -)  Penalty, see § 152.999