In addition to the specific conditions for special uses, the Commission shall review the particular facts and circumstances of each proposed use in terms of the following standards:
   (a)   The location, size and character of the proposed development will be in harmony with the appropriate and orderly development of the surrounding neighborhood and applicable regulations of the district in which it is to be located.
   (b)   The proposed development is in accord with the overall development plans of the area.
   (c)   The proposed development will be in keeping with the existing land use character and physical development potential of the area.
   (d)   The necessity or desirability of the proposed use to the neighborhood or community has been proven.
   (e)   If permitted, the use will be of a nature that will make vehicular and pedestrian traffic no more hazardous than is normal for the district involved, taking into consideration vehicular turning movements in relation to routes of traffic flow, proximity and relationship to intersections, adequacy of sight distances, location and access of off-street parking and provisions for pedestrian traffic, with particular attention to minimizing child-vehicle contacts in residential districts.
   (f)   The use will be designed as to its location, size, intensity, site layout and periods of operation to eliminate any possible nuisances emanating therefrom which might be injurious to any nearby occupants or their property, whether by reason of dust, noise, fumes, vibration, smoke, lights, etc.
   (g)   The use will be such that the proposed location and height of buildings or structures and the location, nature and height of walls, fences and landscaping will not interfere with or discourage the appropriate development and use of adjacent land and buildings or unreasonably affect their value.
(Ord. 1010-11.  Passed 4-11-11.)