A.   Purpose Statement: The purpose of the M-1 Light Manufacturing District is to provide an environment for light industrial uses that produce no appreciable impact on adjacent properties, that desire a clean attractive industrial setting, and that protects nearby sensitive lands and waterways. This zone is appropriate in locations that are supported by the applicable Master Plan policies adopted by the City. This district is intended to provide areas in the City that generate employment opportunities and to promote economic development. The uses include other types of land uses that support and provide service to manufacturing and industrial uses. Safe, convenient and inviting connections that provide access to businesses from public sidewalks, bike paths and streets are necessary and to be provided in an equal way. Certain land uses are prohibited in order to preserve land for manufacturing uses and to promote the importance of nearby environmentally sensitive lands.
   B.   Uses: Uses in the M-1 Light Manufacturing District as specified in section 21A.33.040, "Table Of Permitted And Conditional Uses For Manufacturing Districts", of this title are permitted subject to the general provisions set forth in section 21A.28.010 of this chapter.
   C.   Minimum Lot Size:
      1.   Minimum Lot Area: Ten thousand (10,000) square feet.
      2.   Minimum Lot Width: Eighty feet (80').
      3.   Existing Lots: Lots legally existing as of April 12, 1995, shall be considered legal conforming lots.
   D.   Minimum Yard Requirements:
      1.   Front Yard: Fifteen feet (15').
      2.   Corner Side Yard: Fifteen feet (15').
      3.   Interior Side Yard: None required.
      4.   Rear Yard: None required.
      5.   Accessory Uses, Buildings And Structures In Yards: Accessory uses, buildings and structures may be located in a required yard area subject to section 21A.36.020, table 21A.36.020B of this title.
      6.   Additional Setback When Adjacent To AG-2 And AG-5 Districts: When adjacent to a lot in the AG-2 or AG-5 Zoning District, buildings or portions of buildings, shall be set back one foot (1') beyond the required landscape buffer as required in section 21A.48.080 of this title for every one foot (1') of building height above thirty feet (30').
   E.   Landscape Yard Requirements:
      1.   Front And Corner Side Yards: All required front and corner side yards shall be maintained as landscape yards in conformance with the requirements of chapter 21A.48 of this title.
      2.   Buffer Yards: All lots abutting a lot in a residential district shall conform to the buffer yard requirements of chapter 21A.48 of this title.
      3.   Northwest Quadrant Overlay District: Properties located within the Northwest Quadrant Overlay District are subject to special landscape requirements as outlined in subsection 21A.34.140B2 of this title.
   F.   Maximum Height:
      1.   Distillation Column Structures; Development In AFPP Overlay District: No building shall exceed sixty five feet (65') except that emission free distillation column structures, necessary for manufacture processing purposes, shall be permitted up to the most restrictive Federal Aviation Administration imposed minimal approach surface elevations, or one hundred twenty feet (120') maximum, whichever is less. Said approach surface elevation will be determined by the Salt Lake City Department of Airports at the proposed locations of the distillation column structure. Any proposed development in the Airport Flight Path Protection (AFPP) Overlay District, as outlined in section 21A.34.040 of this title, will require approval of the Department of Airports prior to issuance of a building permit. All proposed development within the AFPP Overlay District which exceeds fifty feet (50') may also require site specific approval from the Federal Aviation Administration.
      2.   Location Exception: In the M-1 Zoning Districts located west of the Salt Lake City International Airport and north of Interstate 80 (I-80), buildings may exceed sixty five feet (65') in height subject to the design review standards and procedures of chapter 21A.59 of this title. In no case shall any building exceed eighty five feet (85').
      3.   Railroad Offloading Structures: Cranes, lifts, and other similar offloading structures related to the operation of a railroad freight terminal are allowed up to eighty five feet (85') in height and are also subject to the Airport Flight Path Protection (AFPP) Overlay District and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements. (Ord. 14-19, 2019: Ord. 3-18, 2018)