§ 158.100  PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PUBLIC UTILITY BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES.
   Except where the use is otherwise designated as a permitted or planned use pursuant to another section of this chapter, the Planning Commission may by special use permit authorize any other building or use of the city, the county, the township, public school district, university, any state or federal agency or public utility in either a governmental or proprietary capacity, in any zoning district as the Commission deems necessary for the convenience and welfare. Such building, structure or use shall be subject to such of the requirements of the district wherein the building, structure or use is situated and to such of the other regulations applying to uses permitted in the development as the Commission deems necessary to comply with the general provisions of this chapter and to assure compatibility of the development with the character of its locality.
(Ord. 3382, passed 11-7-2005)