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(A) The Downtown Business District is described as the area beginning on North Church Street at the first east/west alley running east across North Springfield Street to the north/south alley; then south to the center of East Main Street; then east to the second north/south alley; then south to the second east/west alley; then west to a north/south alley; then south to the center of East Plum Street; then east to the second alley; then south to a closed cross alley; then west to the first alley; then south to the center of East Walnut Street; then west to the center of South Springfield Street; then north to a place parallel between Lot 9 and Lot 10 of the Ben Golden Addition; then west to first north/south alley; then north to the center of West Plum Street; then west to a place parallel with the center of Dewey Street; then north to the center of east/west alley between Lot 4 of the Bowersock Addition and Lot 6 of the Huffman Addition; then west to the center of South Church Street; then north across West Main Street to the point of origin.
(B) The Downtown Business District is presently a B-3 Zoning District, but does not address issues concerning historical significance or character, business promotion, or development.
(C) The Village Historical Preservation Committee has prepared Design and Review Guidelines to govern and assist property and business owners with changes, development, preservation, and restoration within this district.
(D) The Downtown Historic District will overlay the present Downtown Business District, classified as B-3, with no changes to current zoning regulations.
(Ord. 818, passed 8-16-1999)