§ 157.530  REGULATIONS.
   (A)   In any district where a home occupation is allowed, it shall be clearly incidental and secondary to the use of the dwelling for dwelling purposes and shall not change the character of the dwelling.
   (B)   When permitted, home occupations shall be conducted in accordance with the following provisions.
      (1)   No person other than members of the family residing on the premises shall be engaged in the occupations.
      (2)   There shall be no display of goods visible from any street.
      (3)   A nonilluminated nameplate, not exceeding two square feet in area, may be displayed providing it is affixed flat against the exterior surface at a position not more than two feet distance from the main entrance to the residence.
      (4)   No home occupation shall occupy an area greater than 25% of the first floor area of the residence, exclusive of the area of any open porch or attached garage or similar space not suited or intended for occupancy as living quarters. No rooms that have been constructed as an addition to the residence nor any attached garage or porch that has been converted into living quarters shall be considered as floor area until two years after its date of completion.
      (5)   No home occupation shall be conducted in an accessory building; the occupation must be conducted in the main residence of the proprietor.
      (6)   No motor power other than electric motors shall be used in conjunction with the home occupations. The total horsepower of the motors shall not exceed three horsepower, or one horsepower for any single motor.
      (7)   No equipment or process shall be used in the home occupation that creates noise, vibration, glare, fumes, odors or electrical interference detectable to the normal senses off the lot. In the case of electrical interference, no equipment or process shall be used that creates visual or audible interference in any radio or television receivers off the premises, or causes fluctuations in line voltage off the premises.
      (8)   Occupations that generate greater volumes of traffic than would normally be expected in a residential neighborhood, such as barbershops, beauty shops, public dining or tea room facilities, antique or gift shops, fortunetelling or clairvoyance, repair shops (excepting fine watch repair) are prohibited.
(2000 Code, § 66-1011)  (Ord. 75-01, passed 7-14-1975)  Penalty, see § 157.999