The conditions imposed on a special use permit may involve any factors affecting the establishment, operation or maintenance of the requested use, including, but not limited to:
   (A)   Special yards, open spaces and buffer areas;
   (B)   Fences and walls;
   (C)   Traffic circulation and parking facilities, including vehicular ingress and egress and the surfacing and lighting of parking areas to specified standards;
   (D)   Street and alley dedications and improvements, including sidewalks, curbs and gutters;
   (E)   Water supply, fire protection, sewerage service and storm drainage facilities;
   (F)   Landscaping and maintenance of grounds;
   (G)   Regulation of nuisance factors such as noise, vibrations, smoke, dust, dirt, odors, gases, noxious matter, heat, glare, electromagnetic disturbances and radiation;
   (H)   Regulation of operating hours for activities affecting normal neighborhood schedules and functions;
   (I)   Regulation of signs and outdoor advertising;
   (J)   A specified period limiting the time in which development may begin;
   (K)   Provision for a bond or other surety that the proposed special use will be removed on or before a special date;
   (L)   Height limitations to protect the character and integrity of abutting parcels or the general welfare;
   (M)   Residential density, by specifying the number of dwelling units per acre; and
   (N)   Such other conditions as will make possible the development of the proposed special use in an orderly and efficient manner and in general accordance with the intent of this chapter.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-148)  (Ord. No. 917, 2367, 2445)