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The use-specific standards of this subsection apply to all new service stations and to all additions to existing service stations that result in the addition of two or more fuel pumps or the addition of more than 1,500 sq. ft. of floor area or paved area.
(a)   The minimum required lot area is 10,000 sq. ft., with a minimum street frontage of 100 ft. These lot size requirements do not apply to remodeling or expansion of existing service stations.
(b)   The following activities are permitted in association with vehicle fueling station uses:
(.1)   sale and dispensing of engine fuels and lubricants;
(.2)   sale and installation of tires, batteries, automotive accessories, and replacement items;
(.3)   minor automotive maintenance and repair of personal vehicles that are conducted entirely indoors and do not include any body repair or painting services;
(.4)   other incidental customer services and products;
(.5)   sale of groceries and sundries;
(.6)   automatic or manual automobile washing, waxing, interior cleaning, and detailing services if such activities are conducted entirely indoors;
(.7)   sale of liquefied or pressurized butane, propane, or natural gas; and
(.8)   other accessory uses similar in nature to those listed.
(c)   Merchandise, material, and products for sale must be stored and displayed within an enclosed building, except that motor oil, tires, batteries, and other automotive supplies may be displayed at pump islands or within five ft. of the main building if the display or storage racks and containers are designed to appear as an integral part of the pump island or building exterior.
(d)   Outdoor storage of inoperable or unlicensed vehicles is prohibited.
(e)   Canopy and other outdoor lighting must comply with the regulations of § 14-707 (Outdoor Lighting).
(f)   Service stations are subject to the parking lot landscape screening requirements of § 14-803(5)(d) (Perimeter Screening from Public Streets) and § 14-803(5)(c), (Perimeter Screening From Abutting Residential District) as if the service station is a parking lot.
(g)   All driveways must be located and designed to ensure that they will not adversely affect motorized or nonmotorized traffic safety. Driveway spacing and circulation must comply with all applicable regulations of the Department of Streets.
(h)   Along any street frontage, a lot occupied by a service station, except for service stations with 300 or more lineal ft. of street frontage on any street located within the CA-1 and CA-2 Auto-Oriented Commercial Districts, shall have no more than one curb cut for both ingress and egress, the width of which shall not exceed 24 ft., or two one-way curb cuts, the width of which shall not exceed 12 ft., provided that the curb cuts shall not occupy more than fifty percent (50%) of the service station lot's street frontage. For properties with 300 or more lineal ft. of street frontage on any street, within the CA-1 or CA-2 District, curb cuts within the same property must be separated by a minimum of 100 ft., shall have a width of no more than 24 ft. per curb cut for curb cuts for both ingress and egress, shall have a width of no more than 12 ft. per curb cut for one-way curb cuts, and shall not exceed two curb cuts for every street frontage of the property. 527



   Amended, Bill No. 150264 (approved June 16, 2015).
   Amended, Bill No. 180424 (approved July 18, 2018).