(A)   The provisions of the M-1 District are intended to apply to an area located in close proximity to transportation facilities and which can serve manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, wholesaling and other industrial functions of the town and the region. Restrictions in this section are intended to minimize adverse influences of the industrial activities on nearby nonindustrial areas.
   (B)   The following uses and structures are permitted provided any use or group of uses that are developed, either separately, or if developed as a unit with certain site improvements shared in common, are developed on a site of five acres or less:
      (1)   Warehousing and wholesaling in enclosed structures, including refrigerated storage;
      (2)   Service and repair establishments, dry cleaning and laundry plants, business services, printing plants, welding shops, taxidermists and similar uses;
      (3)   Light manufacturing, processing and assembly, such as precision manufacturing, electrical machinery, instrumentation, bottling plants, dairy products plants, bakeries, fruitpacking and similar uses;
      (4)   Building materials supply and storage; contractors storage yard except scrap materials. Outside storage areas shall be effectively walled on all sides to avoid any deleterious effect on adjacent property;
      (5)   Automotive, major recreational equipment and mobile home sales, storage and repair establishments, such as body shops, dry docking facilities, tire recapping, paint shops, upholstery shops and the like;
      (6)   Freight handling facilities; transportation terminals;
      (7)   Vocational and trade schools, including those of an industrial nature;
      (8)   Veterinary hospitals and clinics;
      (9)   Airports and accessory uses;
      (10)    Marinas;
      (11)   Adult entertainment establishments; and
      (12)   On-site storage of boats, motor homes, and recreational vehicles.
   (C)   Permitted accessory uses and structures are:
      (1)   Retail sales of products manufactured, possessed or stored upon the premises;
      (2)   Not more than one dwelling unit for occupancy by owners or employees of the principal use; and
      (3)   Customary accessory uses of one or more of the principal uses, clearly incidental and subordinate to the principal use in keeping with the industrial character of the district.
   (D)   Permitted conditional uses are:
      (1)   Planned industrial development on a parcel of five acres or more, subject to the provisions set forth in the schedule of special exceptions; any industrial use in the planned development that meets the standards established in the performance standards; and
      (2)   Commercial radio and television, broadcasting transmitters, towers and antennas.
   (E)   Prohibited uses and structures are:
      (1)   Residential uses, except as provided under accessory uses;
      (2)   Motels, hotels, boardinghouses and lodginghouses;
      (3)   Automobile wrecking yards, junkyards, scrap and salvage yards for secondhand building materials;
      (4)   Churches, private clubs and lodges, public schools;
      (5)   Retail and other commercial establishments except as specifically permitted;
      (6)   All uses not specifically or provisionally permitted in this division except as provided for under special exceptions; any use not in keeping with the industrial character of the district; and
      (7)   Arcades and electronic gaming establishments.
   (F)   (1)   Lot and structure requirements are:
Minimum lot area
20,000 square feet
Minimum lot width
100 feet; 300 feet for more than 5 acres
Minimum lot depth
200 feet
Maximum lot coverage
Minimum floor area
300 square feet
Maximum height
40 feet
Minimum yard requirements
40 feet
   Side interior lot
25 feet
   Side corner lot
25 feet
20 feet; 15 feet when abutting an alley
      (2)   There may be different yard requirements applicable pursuant to § 157.509.
   (G)   All riverfront properties with building construction plans submitted after September 1, 2011 are subject to the breezeway/visual corridor requirements as described in § 157.506 of the supplementary district regulations.
(2000 Code, § 66-451)  (Ord. 75-01, passed 7-14-1975; Ord. 96-01, passed 1-29-1996; Ord. 99-02, passed 3-23-1999; Ord. 2011-01, passed 1-25-2011; Ord. 2011-06, passed 8-23-2011; Ord. 2011-12, passed 11-1-2011; Ord. 2015-03, passed 2-24-2015; Ord. 2015-04, passed 6-30-2015; Ord. 2017-07, passed 11-8-2017)  Penalty, see § 157.999