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Buildings and land shall be used, and buildings shall be designed, erected, altered, moved or maintained, in whole or in part, in Office Building Districts only for the following uses. Residential uses shall not be permitted. However, dwellings existing within the District on the effective date of this Zoning Code may continue to be used in accordance with Chapter 1286.
(a) Main Buildings and Uses Permitted.
(1) Professional, financial, governmental, public utility, executive and administrative, and sales offices, provided that only samples are displayed or stored on the lot and that no goods are distributed therefrom, except that the sale of samples or unique items not generally offered for sale in retail-type establishments, that would by their nature not create an atmosphere of a usual retail sales operation, nor the vehicular traffic associated with such sales, may be permitted, provided a conditional use permit is granted in accordance with the standards set forth in Section 1262.07; and
(2) Medical offices, including clinics.
(b) Similar Main Uses Permitted. Any other office use not listed above or in any subsequent use classification determined as similar by the Planning Commission in accordance with the standards set forth in Section 1262.08.
(c) Accessory Uses Permitted. Any accessory use which is incidental to the main uses, provided that it is planned and developed integrally with the main building and that it has no injurious effect on adjoining use districts, such as:
(1) Storage garages and off-street parking areas for employees and customers as required in Chapter 1282.
(2) Maintenance and storage facilities, if provided within the main building.
(3) Employee lunch rooms; restaurants, provided they do not exceed ten percent of the gross floor area of the building.
(4) Business, professional nameplate, directional, real estate and project signs, subject to the regulations set forth in Chapter 1284.
(5) Pharmacies, which may be included as part of a medical building or clinic.
(6) Newsstands, salons, barber shops or other uses commonly occurring in an office building provided that the aggregate of such use does not exceed thirty percent of the leasable square footage of the building.
(7) Child day care centers, provided they do not exceed ten percent of the gross floor area of the building.
(8) Other uses which are developed integrally and are essential to the successful operation of the main use.
(Ord. 1988-173. Passed 10-17-88; Ord. 92-294. Passed 1-19-93; Ord. 14-128. Passed 12-2-14; Ord. 15- 72. Passed 9-15-15.)