§ 158.037  SCHEDULE: PERMITTED USES; ACCESSORY USES; EXCEPTIONS AND SPECIAL PERMITS.
      (1)   “A”, Agricultural District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; and Class 2, prefabricated building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   All uses commonly classified as agriculture, horticulture or forestry, including crop and tree farming, truck farming, gardening, dairy farming, livestock raising, animal and poultry breeding and raising, forestry operations, together with the operation of machinery or vehicles, but not including stockyards, commercial livestock or poultry feeding nor agricultural processing plants;
            2.   One-family dwellings of the following class, as regulated by § 158.036(E):  Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwellings; and Class 2, prefabricated residence dwellings.
            3.   Living quarters for persons employed in agricultural or related activities that are conducted upon the premises;
            4.   Parking lots subject to §§ 158.135 through 158.146;
            5.   Private clubs, lodges or camps, except those whose chief activities are a service customarily carried on as a business;
            6.   Golf courses of regulation size “Par 3” golf courses, but not including commercially operated golf driving ranges, nor miniature golf courses; provided that, no clubhouse, parking lot, nor accessory building shall be located nearer than 500 feet to any dwelling or another zoning lot;
            7.   Fishing lakes or clubs; provided that, no building, parking lot nor other intense use activity is located nearer than 500 feet to any dwelling or another zoning lot;
            8.   Gun clubs, if located not nearer than 1,000 feet to any residence other than that of the owner or lessee of the site, and if not so operated as to withdraw land from its primary agricultural use;
            9.   Carnivals, circuses and similar temporary transient amusement enterprises;
            10.   Plant nurseries and greenhouses, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(R);
            11.   Schools and colleges for academic instruction, subject to § 158.038(J) and (L);
            12.   Libraries, museums, art galleries and similar public cultural facilities, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(J);
            13.   Cemeteries and mausoleums in conjunction therewith;
            14.   Essential governmental and essential public utility services, subject to the applicable provisions of §§ 158.038(J), (K) and 158.039(Q);
            15.   Public service uses, including filtration plants, pump stations, water reservoirs, sewage treatment plants, police and fire stations or other governmental uses, subject to the applicable provisions of §§ 158.038(J), (K) and 158.039(Q);
            16.   Railroad right of way and trackage, but not including classification yards, terminal facilities, nor maintenance facilities;
            17.   Temporary produce stands for the sale of agricultural produce raised upon the premises, provided adequate off-street parking is available and congestion or hazards would not be created in conjunction with the location of access thereto; and
            18.   Radio or television transmission towers, subject to the provisions of § 158.039(O).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses.
            1.   Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District, unless specified as a permitted principal use in this district;
            2.   Mobile homes, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(H)(2); and
            3.   Accessory uses that are clearly supplementary and secondary to the principal use of the subject premises.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses). Churches and other places of formal worship, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(D), but not including funeral chapels nor mortuary chapels.
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exception permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of this subchapter and §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039 of this chapter, as applicable thereto.
      (2)   "RR", Rural Residential District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes: Class 1, conventionally-built building structures: and Class 2, prefabricated building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   Agricultural uses, but not including stockyards, commercial livestock or poultry feeding nor agricultural processing plants. All outdoor areas used for animals shall be fenced, shall not be within 10 feet of the side or rear property lines, and shall not be within 25 feet of any public right of way. Animal types and counts shall be regulated as follows:
               a.   Horses, donkeys, emus, ostriches, llamas, alpacas - two animals per acre, max three animals; and
               b.   Sheep or goats - two animals per acre, max six animals; and
               c.   Chickens - six hens per acre, max 12 hens, no roosters allowed. See Supplemental Regulations for Accessory Buildings in § 158.039 (E).
            2.   One-family dwellings of the following class, as regulated by § 158.036(E): Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwellings; and Class 2, Prefabricated residence dwellings;
            3.   Essential governmental and essential public utility services, subject to the applicable provisions of §§ 158.038 (J), (K) and 158.039 (Q);
            4.   Public service uses, including filtration plants, pump stations, water reservoirs, sewage treatment plants, police and fire stations or other governmental uses, subject to the applicable provisions of §§ 158.038 (J), (K) and 158.039 (Q);
            5.   Railroad right of way and trackage, but not including classification yards, terminal facilities, nor maintenance facilities;
            6.   Temporary produce stands for the sale of agricultural produce raised upon the premises, provided adequate off-street parking is available and congestion or hazards would not be created in conjunction with the location of access thereto;
            7.   Radio or television transmission towers, subject to the provisions of § 158.039 (O) and all other applicable regulations.
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses.
            1.   Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District, unless specified as a permitted principal use in this district;
            2.   Accessory uses that are clearly supplementary and secondary to the principal use of the subject premises;
            3.   Boarding of horses or keeping of horses for rent or hire as part of an authorized home occupation.
         (d)   Planned uses.
            1.   Churches and other places of formal worship, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(D), but not including funeral chapels nor mortuary chapels;
            2.   Cluster/Conservation Development, as defined in § 158.016;
            3.   Golf courses of regulation size "Par 3" golf courses, but not including commercially operated golf driving ranges nor miniature golf courses, provided that no clubhouse, parking lot, nor accessory building shall be located nearer than 500 feet to any dwelling or another zoning lot;
            4.   Fishing lakes or clubs, provided that no building, parking lot nor other intense use activity is located nearer than 500 feet to any dwelling or another zoning lot;
            5.   Libraries, museums, art galleries and similar public cultural facilities, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(J);
            6.   Private clubs, lodges, or camps, except those whose chief activities are a service customarily carried on as a business;
            7.   Public, private, or parochial schools or other uses offering courses of instruction in accordance with standards for compulsory education.
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exception permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 district.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of this subchapter and §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039, as applicable hereto.
      (3)   “SR-1”, Single-Family Residence Dwelling District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures, and Class 2, prefabricated building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   One-Family dwelling of the following classes, as regulated by § 158.036(E):  Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwellings; and Class 2, prefabricated residence dwellings.
            2.   Public, private and parochial schools offering courses of instruction at elementary and secondary levels in accordance with standards for compulsory education, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(J) and (L);
            3.   Essential public utility services, including electrical substations (static transformer stations), gas regulator stations, telephone exchange facilities and other essential public utility services, subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038(K) and 158.039(Q);
            4.   Municipal uses, facilities and buildings, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(J);
            5.   Growing of plants and trees on a private or commercial basis, provided no retail sales are conducted on the premises, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(R); and
            6.   Railroad right-of-way and trackage, but not including switching, storage, freight yards, industrial sidings, nor classification yards.
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses.
            1.   Private greenhouses, tool sheds and tennis courts;
            2.   Private patios, subject to the provisions of § 158.039(P);
            3.   Private garages, carports, parking spaces, not for gain in addition to the minimum off-street parking required;
            4.   Private swimming pools, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(C);
            5.   Keeping of household pets provided kennels are not maintained;
            6.   Keeping of not more than one unoccupied camp trailer and/or not more than one utility trailer, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(I);
            7.   Incinerators for home use, provided such are located on the lot so as not to constitute an unreasonable hazard to dwellings and other structures on the premises on adjoining property, and located not less than 15 feet from any dwelling and not less than ten feet from any other building;
            8.   Fences, walls and hedges, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(A);
            9.   Accommodation for professional servants, caretakers, watchpersons or custodians, but not as a separate detached one-family dwelling on the same lot;
            10.   Home occupations, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(B); and
            11.   Temporary construction sheds and temporary buildings for sales or rental offices or show houses for use during construction operations, provided all other regulations of the district are complied with, but in no case shall such office be continued beyond the duration of construction of the project or one year, whichever is greater. However, such time limit may be extended for one year by the Zoning Hearing Officer.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses).
            1.   Differential land-neighborhood park developments;
            2.   Any special use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1B District; and
            3.   Churches and other places of formal worship, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(D), but not including funeral chapels or mortuary chapels.
         (e)   Exceptions. Existing special uses and non-conforming uses, subject to the applicable provisions of §§ 158.035 or 158.075 through 158.084.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039, as applicable thereto.
      (4)   “SR-1B”, Single-Family Residence Dwelling District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; and Class 2, prefabricated building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   One-family dwellings of the following class, as regulated by § 158.036(E):  Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwellings; and Class 2, prefabricated residence dwellings.
            2.   Such non-dwelling uses as are permitted in the SR-1 District, subject to § 158.036(E).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses. Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses). Two-family residence dwellings.
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exemption permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039, as applicable thereto.
      (5)   “SR-2”, Single-Family Residence Dwelling District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; and Class 2, prefabricated building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   One-family dwellings of the following classes, as regulated by § 158.036(E):  Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwellings; and Class 2, prefabricated residence dwellings.
            2.   Such non-dwelling uses as are permitted in the SR-1 District, subject to § 158.036(E).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses. Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses). Any special use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1B District.
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exemption permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039, as applicable thereto.
      (6)   “SR-3”, Single-Family Residence Dwelling District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   One-family dwelling of the following classes, as regulated by § 158.036(E):  Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwellings; Class 2, prefabricated residence dwellings; and Class 3, modular residence dwellings.
            2.   Such non-dwelling uses as are permitted in the SR-1 District, subject to § 158.036(E).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses. Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses). Any special use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1B District.
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exemption permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039, as applicable thereto.
         (g)   Planned use.  Modular building structures as a principal permitted structure.
      (7)   “MR-1”, Two-, Three- and Four-Family Residence District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   One-family dwellings of the following class, as regulated by § 158.036(E); and two-, three- and four-family dwellings of the following class, as regulated by § 158.036(E): Class 1, conventionally- built residence dwellings; Class 2, prefabricated residence dwellings; and Class 3, modular residence dwellings.
            2.   Such non-dwelling uses as are permitted in the SR-1 District, subject to § 158.036(E).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses.
            1.   Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District; and
            2.   Accommodations for one boarder or roomer.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses). One- and two-family residence dwellings only;
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exemption permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039, as applicable thereto.
      (8)   “MR-2”, Multi-Family Residence Dwelling District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   One-family dwellings of the following class, as regulated by § 158.036(E), two-, three- and four-family dwellings of the following class, as regulated by § 158.036(E):  Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwellings; Class 2, prefabricated residence dwellings; and Class 3, modular residence dwellings.
            2.   Such non-dwelling uses as are permitted in the SR-1 District, subject to the provisions of § 158.036(E);
            3.   Boarding and rooming houses;
            4.   Dormitories or group living facilities for religious, educational or charitable purposes;
            5.   Nursing and retirement homes, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(P); and
            6.   Nursery schools and orphanages, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(Q).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses. Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the MR-1 District.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses).
            1.   Planned multi-family developments; and
            2.   Planned mobile home parks subject to the provisions of § 158.038(H)(1).
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exemption permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039, as applicable thereto.
      (9)   “MH-1”, Single-Family Mobile Home Dwelling District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures and mobile home structures of the following classes:  Class 3, modular building structures; Class 4, immobilized-mobile home structures; and Class 5, (mobile) mobile home structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   One-family dwellings of the following classes, as regulated by § 158.036(E): Class 3, modular residence dwelling; Class 4, immobilized-mobile home dwelling; and Class 5, mobile home dwelling (subject to the provisions of § 158.038(H)(4), as applicable thereto).
            2.   Such non-dwelling uses as are permitted in the SR-1 District, subject to § 158.036(E).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses. Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses). Planned mobile home parks, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(H)(1).
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exemption permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or § 158.039 of this chapter, as applicable thereto.
      (10)   Reserved
      (11)   “O-1”, Office District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   Professional offices and clinics as listed in § 158.036(E), including the following offices and services of the following professions: architect, landscape architect, engineer, land surveyor, attorney, dentist, optometrist, physician, psychiatrist, chiropractors, accountant, surgeon or other similar licensed professionals;
            2.   Home occupations per § 158.038(B);
            3.   Churches and other places of formal worship;
            4.   Service offices such as: insurance, travel, advertising, real estate, photography, hobby shops;
            5.   Corporate office, government offices;
            6.   Beauty/barber shops;
            7.   Nursing homes;
            8.   Banks and financial services;
            9.   Credit service offices, including credit unions;
            10.   Holding and investment services;
            11.   Insurance agents, brokers, carriers and services;
            12.   Real estate agents, brokers and/or management services;
            13.   Real estate operators and lessors offices;
            14.   Savings and loans association offices;
            15.   Brokerage for securities or commodities;
            16.   Medical offices and facilities, including associated rehabilitation, fitness and recreation facilities;
            17.   Public, private and parochial schools, per § 158.037(E);
            18.   Title abstracting services;
            19.   Building contractor or construction firm office only (no machinery, equipment or storage);
            20.   Business office, professional or trade;
            21.   General business management and consulting offices;
            22.   Advertising service offices, excluding fabrication shops;
            23.   Accounting, auditing or bookkeeping office;
            24.   Consumer and mercantile credit reporting services;
            25.   Direct mail or advertising agency;
            26.   Employment or personnel agency;
            27.   Manufacturers representative office;
            28.   Security service office;
            29.   Trade union office;
            30.   Travel agency; and
            31.   Dance, art or photography studio or office.
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses. Any accessory use as are permitted in the SR-1 District.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses).
         (e)   Exceptions.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations.
      (12)   “B-1”, Community Business District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following class:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Permitted uses.
            1.   Retail sale establishments.
               a.   General merchandise retail stores, limited to: department stores; dry goods stores; and limited price variety stores.
               b.   Food merchandise retail stores, limited to:  bakeries, non-manufacturing, except for retail sale upon the premises only; candy and confectionery shops; dairy product markets; delicatessens; fruit and vegetable markets; grocery stores (excluding convenience food stores); health food stores; liquor, beer and wine package goods stores; and meat, fish, seafood and poultry markets.
               c.   Furniture and home furnishing retail stores, limited to: China, glassware and metalware stores; draperies, curtains and upholstery stores, including custom-made service, and supplies; floor covering and carpet stores, including installation service; furniture stores; household appliance stores, including repair and service; interior decorator’s service stores or offices, excluding fabrication shops; lamp and mirror stores; musical instrument stores, including repair and tuning service, and supplies; office furniture and business machine stores, including service, repair, supplies, and equipment; and radio, television, computer, and audio and video recorder stores, including parts, repair, service and supplies.
               d.   Eating and drinking place, retail, limited to:  coffee shops; confectionery and ice cream stores; fast-food restaurants, including carry-out service; food caterer’s shops, retail; pizza parlors, with or without delivery service; private membership clubs, lodges or organizations offering food for member’s consumption on the premises; restaurants, cafés, and cafeterias; and tea rooms; drive-in restaurants; and provided none of the uses listed in this division (D)(11)(b)1.d. shall provide patron drive-through service facilities; and further provided that; there shall be no sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages upon the premises.
               e.   Apparel and accessories, retail stores and shops, limited to:  apparel accessory shops; clothing stores; custom tailoring and dressmaking shops; furrier shops; jewelry and lapidary shops; millinery shops; and shoe stores.
               f.   Motor vehicles, including parts and accessories, retail sales, limited to: new automobiles, vans and truck, three-fourths ton and under, motorcycles, mopeds and motorscooters, and marine craft, together with their repair and service; tires, batteries, lubricants and motor vehicle accessories, including service and installation, but excluding repair garages; and new and rebuilt motor vehicle parts and supplies, and excluding repair garages.
               g.   Miscellaneous retail sales stores and shops, limited to and including the offering for retail sale any or of the following commodities: art articles and artist’s supply stores; auction halls, second hand merchandise stores and antique shops; books, magazines, newspapers, greeting cards and stationery (including letterhead and business card printing) stores; camera and photographic supply shops, including optical goods; coin and stamp stores; drug and tobacco stores, including, but not limited to, retailing of toiletries, notions and sundries; equipment rental stores (excluding motor vehicle and trailer rental); florists; gift, novelty, curio, and souvenir shops; hardware and lawn and garden equipment and supply stores; hobby, craft and sporting goods shops, including trophies and engraving, taxidermists, gunsmiths and bicycles; leather and luggage retail shops; newspaper distri-bution and delivery stations; pet shops, retail; and photography proces-sing patron drop-off stations, retail (excluding patron drive-through service).
            2.   Professional service offices and clinics. Limited to: architects’ office, excluding landscape architects; attorney’s office; dentist’s office and dental clinics and dental laboratories; engineer’s office; optometrist’s office; physician’s office, physician’s clinic and medical laboratories; psychiatrist’s office and psychiatric clinics; public and certified public accountant’s office, excluding bookkeepers; surgeon’s office and ambulatory surgical clinics; and any other professional service office of professional practitioners who by formal education and training, at an accredited college or university, and by examination and registration are qualified to perform services of a professional nature, excluding veterinarians, veterinarian’s services and chiropractors.
            3.   Finance, real estate and/or insurance service offices. Limited to: banks; credit service offices, including credit unions; holding and investment services offices; insurance agents, brokers, carriers and service offices; real estate agents, brokers and/or management service offices; real estate operators and lessor’s offices; registered land surveyor’s offices; savings and loan associations offices; security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation service offices; and title abstracting service offices.
            4.   Business service offices. Limited to: advertising service offices, excluding fabrication shops; bookkeeping services; business management and consulting service offices; consumer and mercantile credit reporting service offices, including adjustment and collection services; direct mail advertising service offices; direct selling organi-zation offices; employment service offices; manufacturer’s repre-sentative office; security services office; stenographic, duplicating, mailing and/or telephone answering service office; and trade union offices.
            5.   Personal service establish-ments. Limited to: barber’s service shop; beautician’s service shop; chiropractic services office or clinic; dance instruction studios; garment alteration and repair service; laundry service establishments, including coin-operated or self-service establishments, but excluding industrial and/or business (uniform, linen and the like) laundering and supply service; photographer’s studio or office and photographic service offices; reducing and/or physical fitness centers; and travel arranging service office.
            6.   Repair service establishments. Limited to: Household appliance repair service shops, including, but not limited to, water heaters, ranges, refrigerators, clothes dryers, washing machines, water heaters, air conditioners and furnaces, and the retail sale thereof as limited by division (D)(11)(b)1.; locksmith’s shops; musical instrument repair and tuning service shops; radio, television, tape and video recorders, and computer repair service shops; shoe and leather goods repair service shops; and watch, clock and jewelry repair service shops.
            7.   Communication service offices. Limited to: commercial mail courier offices; post offices or postal substations; radio and television broadcasting studios and/or offices, including cablevision; telephone exchange stations and customer service office, excluding construction centers; and telegraph message offices.
            8.   Transportation service offices and facilities. Limited to: bus transportation terminals and shelters, including park-and-ride stations, but excluding bus garaging and equipment maintenance; highways, streets and alleys; and taxicab dispatching offices, excluding garaging and equipment maintenance.
            9.   Public utility service facilities. Limited to: electricity regulating substations, distribution facilities and customer service offices (accessory use maintenance and service); gas pressure control stations, distribution facilities and customer service offices (accessory use maintenance and service); potable water pressure control stations, storage tanks, distribution facilities and customer service office; sewage pressure control stations and adjunct facilities; and other essential public utility facilities and operations.
            10.   Governmental service offices. Limited to: municipal, township, county, state and federal governmental service offices, including legislative and/or administrative service offices, and police stations, fire stations and ambulance service facilities; but excluding penal institutions, jails, detention homes, half-way houses, asylums and any other governmental use activity that is not the nature of being an office use activity as is listed elsewhere in this list of permitted uses.
         (c)   Special uses.
            1.   Taverns, night clubs, discotheques, cocktail lounges, restaurants, fraternal organizations, clubs, meeting halls or anywise, involved in the sale or offering of alcoholic beverages, including “set-up” or “carry-in”, to its patrons, members or guests;
            2.   Gasoline service stations and/or any listed permitted use or special use involving the dispensing of motor fuels, either as a principal or an accessory use;
            3.   Any listed permitted use or special use offering for its patrons, members or guests a dance floor or other dancing accommodation, including, but not limited to, taverns, night clubs, discotheques, dance halls, road houses, private clubs, hotels or motels;
            4.   Dry cleaning service shops;
            5.   Churches, synagogues, temples and other places of formal worship, including their off-street parking accommodations;
            6.   Public, private and parochial schools and other uses offering courses of instruction in accordance with standards for compulsory education;
            7.   Car wash establishments;
            8.   Cultural, entertainment and recreation service establishments, limited to arcades, bowling alleys, libraries, meeting or assembly halls, museums, pool or billiard halls, roller and/or ice skating rinks, and theaters (legitimate and motion picture);
            9.   Used motor vehicle retail sales, as limited per new motor vehicle sales;
            10.   Two-, three- and four-family residence dwellings and shall be subject to operation of § 158.036(E), multi-family dwellings shall be subject to operations of § 158.036(E), apartment residence dwellings in mixed use occupancy buildings shall be subject to operations of § 158.038(U).
         (d)   Planned developments.
            1.   Planned multi-family developments;
            2.   Planned business centers;
            3.   Other planned building developments; and
            4.   Veterinary clinics, subject to the provisions of §§ 158.115 through 158.121 of this chapter.
         (e)   Permitted accessory uses.
            1.   Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the MR-2 District;
            2.   Storage of merchandise or inventory usually carried in stock, provided that all outdoor storage shall be completely concealed by a solid fence at least six feet in height that meets the standards of § 158.056.
            3.   Service garage, only if in conjunction with and accessory and incidental to the sale of new automobiles;
            4.   Retail sale of used automobiles and trucks, only if in conjunction with and accessory and incidental to the sale of new automobiles, as limited per new motor vehicle retail sales; and
            5.   Rental or leasing of automobiles and trucks, only if in conjunction with and accessory and incidental to the sale of new automobiles.
         (f)   Exceptions. Existing special uses and non-conforming uses are subject to the applicable provisions of §§ 158.035 and/or 158.075 through 158.084 of this chapter.
         (g)   Supplementary regulations.
            1.   Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039 of this chapter, as applicable thereto;
            2.   Outdoor seating requirements.
               a.   All outdoor eating areas on a permanent or temporary basis are permitted under the following conditions:  The outdoor area does not exceed 100% of the ground floor area of the building containing the use or contains a seating area for a maximum of 15; a site plan must be pre-approved by the Director; the outdoor area is entirely on private property and on the same or adjacent zoning lot as the building containing the use; the outdoor eating area is not in a required parking area or required side, front or rear yards; the outdoor eating area conforms to the transitional yard requirements of § 158.036(E); the outdoor area does not interfere with adequate pedestrian flow into the building and meets all City Building Code requirements; parking requirements are met for enclosed uses; and if alcohol is to be served, all special use provisions will apply as indicated in §§ 158.095 through 158.102 of this chapter.
               b.   The preparation, processing, treatment and/or manufacture of goods or products for retail sale on the premises, and for food caterer’s service beyond the premises, shall be permitted; provided that, such preparation, processing, treatment or manufacture of goods or products shall be customary and subordinate of the use activity conducted upon the premises.
      (13)   “B-2", General Business District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes:  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   Any use permitted in the B-1 District as regulated by § 158.036(E) (except that, no dwelling, boarding or rooming house, dormitory, fraternity or sorority house, apartment, hotel or motel, mobile home, nor any other use for living quarters not specifically listed in the portion of this division (D)(12)(b) shall be permitted and, the following uses as regulated by § 158.036(E):
               a.   Places of amusement and recreation including bowling lanes, drive-in theaters, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(O);
               b.   Automotive and/or agricultural implements sales, repair and service, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(E);
               c.   Air conditioning equipment, custom fabrication and installation;
               d.   Beverages, bottling;
               e.   Book publishing, printing;
               f.   Business machines, repair and service, storage and wholesale;
               g.   Candy, wholesale distribution;
               h.   Carpenters’ shops and power woodworking;
               i.   Carpet and rug cleaners and storage;
               j.   Cement products wholesale (pipe, blocks and the like);
               k.   Cleaning and dying processing;
               l.   Cold storage;
               m.   Contractors, equipment and material storage;
               n.   Dairies, distributing and pasteurization;
               o.   Decoration, workshop and equipment yards;
               p.   Display, designers’ and builders’ shops;
               q.   Drive-in restaurants;
               r.   Dry cleaning establishment, bulk processing;
               s.   Electric equipment, assembly and repair;
               t.   Express companies, warehouses;
               u.   Feed and seed stores;
               v.   Food products, brokers, distributors and warehousing;
               w.   Furniture, repair and refinishing;
               x.   Locksmiths’ repair shops;
               y.   Machine and equipment rental service;
               z.   Newspaper printing;
               aa.   Photo-engraving company;
               bb.   Roofing materials, storage and sales;
               cc.   Sales of auto parts;
               dd.   Storage of automobiles;
               ee.   Storage yards, bulk materials;
               ff.   Tents and awning manufacture;
               gg.   Tool and die manufacture;
               hh.   Mobile home sales;
               ii.   Warehousing;
               jj.   Water softening equipment, service and repairs;
               kk.   Weighers, commercial; and
               ll.   Welding, equipment and supplies, storage.
            2.   Provided that neither junk yards, the dismantling of vehicles or the storage of dismantled vehicles, petroleum bulk plants, or outside storage of inflammable liquids or explosives, shall be permitted in this district; and provided further that adequate safeguards (structural, mechanical and locational) shall be provided to protect adjoining properties from the effects of noisome or injurious substances, conditions and operations as defined in § 158.039 of this chapter.
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses.
            1.   Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District;
            2.   Commercial greenhouses;
            3.   Storage of merchandise or inventory usually carried in stock, provided that all outdoor storage shall be completely concealed by a solid fence at least six feet in height that meets the standards of § 158.056.
            4.   Accommodations for caretakers, watchmen or custodians.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses).
            1.   Planned business centers;
            2.   Other planned building developments; and
            3.   Veterinary clinics, subject to the provisions of §§ 158.115 through 158.121 of this chapter.
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exception permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039 of this chapter, as applicable thereto.
      (14)   “I”, Industrial District.
         (a)   Permitted principal structures. Building structures of the following classes: Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Permitted principal uses.
            1.   Any use permitted in the B-1 District (as restricted in the B-2 District) as regulated by § 158.036(E); any use permitted in the B-2 District as regulated by § 158.036(E); and the following uses as regulated by § 158.036(E);
            2.   Any commercial, industrial or manufacturing operation which is not detrimental to the public health, safety or general welfare, and provided that adequate safeguards (structural, mechanical and locational) shall be provided to protect adjoining properties from the effects of noisome or injurious substances, conditions and operations as defined in § 158.039 of this chapter;
            3.   Soil mining, mineral extractions, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(M);
            4.   Sanitary landfill, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(N); and
            5.   Junk yards, subject to the provisions of § 158.038(G).
         (c)   Permitted accessory uses. Any accessory use permitted and as regulated in the B-2 District.
         (d)   Special permits (special uses).
            1.   Planned business centers; and
            2.   Other planned building developments.
         (e)   Exceptions. Any exemption permitted and as regulated in the SR-1 District.
         (f)   Supplementary regulations. Any given permitted use is subject to the provisions of §§ 158.038 and/or 158.039 of this chapter, as applicable thereto.
(Ord. 623, passed 9-8-1970; Ord. 659, passed 9-8-1970; Ord. 1012, passed 6-21-1982; Ord. 1217, passed 10-23-1986; Ord. 1431, passed 5-17-1990; Ord. 1584, passed 12-21-1992; Ord. 1878, passed 11-18-1996; Ord. 1895, passed 1-6-1997; Ord. 1897, passed 1-6-1997; Ord. 1992, passed 6-1-1998; Ord. 1995, passed 6-15-1998; Ord. 2053, passed 9-20-1999; Ord. 3483, passed 10-16-2006; Ord. 3643, passed 11-2-2009; Ord. 3817, passed 2-18-2014; Ord. 3941, passed 7-5-2016; Ord. 4021, passed 12-4-2017)