The following types of industrial uses require a special permit prior to the construction of facilities and/or their operation. The City Council will consider such a permit only after a recommendation by the Planning Commission and after it is demonstrated that no hazardous, noxious or offensive emissions, odors, noise or water or air pollution will result from the operation. The industrial use must be compatible with adjacent land uses. The City Council and the Planning Commission may seek expert advice on the operation in question and types of conditions, if any, to be imposed if the permit is approved. The cost of such expert advice and assistance shall be borne by the applicant.
   (a)   The manufacture of enamel, lacquer, oil, paint, shellac and varnish.
   (b)   Wood distillation, including the manufacture of charcoal, tar, turpentine and other byproducts. Outside and warehouse storage of scrap rubber; rubber reclaiming; carbon or lampblack manufacture; petroleum storage (in quantities greater than tank car lots); tar distillation; tar roofing and tar waterproofing manufacture; manufacture of disinfectants.
   (c)   Locomotive manufacture; railway car manufacture; boiler works; reducing or refining aluminum, copper, tin or zinc; steel furnace, blast furnace or works; blooming or rolling mill; power forge; pipe works; wire or rod mill; coke ovens.
   (d)   Pickles, vinegar or sauerkraut manufacture; cider mill; fish packing or storage; tobacco (chewing) manufacture.
   (e)   Automobile assembly.
   (f)   Bituminous or asphalt concrete mixing.
   (g)   Gas generation or storage for illumination or heating.
   (h)   Paper, paperboard and pulp manufacture.
   (i)   Wire or rod drawing.
   (j)   The manufacture of oil cloth, linoleum, enamel, lacquer, oil paint, shellac, varnish, turpentine and printing ink.
   (k)   Coal and coke yards; bituminous materials mixing plant.
   (l)   Flour or grain mill.
   (m)   Incineration of solid or liquid wastes.
   (n)   Scrap iron and metal, the storing or baling of scrap paper or rags and the outside storage of used lumber and materials salvaged from wrecked structures.
   (o)   Tallow, grease and lard manufacture or refining.
(Ord. 1-1988.  Passed 4-11-88.)