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(A) Adult uses which are in existence prior to April 15, 2002, shall be classified as legal non-conforming uses and may continue in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. If an adult use becomes non-conforming because of rezoning or the establishment of a use listed in § 112.03, the adult use shall be considered legal nonconforming and may continue in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. In no instance, shall a legal nonconforming adult use be allowed to structurally expand the use on the lot on which it is located when the use became legally nonconforming, or expand the adult use to include another lot on which the adult use was not located when it became legally nonconforming.
(B) If the building in which a legal nonconforming adult use is located is destroyed by any means to an extent of greater than 50% of its market value, or if the building in which the legally nonconforming adult use is vacant for more than 12 months, an adult use shall not be re-established unless it is in conformance with this chapter.
(Ord. 215, passed 4-15-2002)