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Each neighborhood shopping center shall normally be rectangular in shape with an area of approximately one acre and a depth of approximately 150 feet. In no case shall a neighborhood shopping center have less than 21,780 square feet (one-half acre) or more than 65,340 square feet (one and one-half acre) including the area, if any, devoted to service station use. Such centers shall have a minimum width of 100 feet and a minimum average depth of 135 feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-77) (Ord. No. 1565)