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Site plan review and parking regulations are established in order to achieve among others, the following purposes:
(a) To ensure orderly development or redevelopment throughout the City, particularly with respect to internal site function and appearance, as well as coordination of new development with its surrounding area;
(b) To relieve congestion on streets so that they can be utilized more fully for movement of traffic;
(c) To promote the safety and convenience of pedestrians and shoppers by locating parking areas so as to lessen car movement in the vicinity of automobile and pedestrian congestion;
(d) To protect neighborhoods from vehicular traffic congestion in adjacent non-resident districts of intense car concentration;
(e) To promote the general convenience, welfare and prosperity of residential, business, commercial and manufacturing development which depend upon off-street parking facilities.
(1980 Code 151.81)