§ 153.207  PRIVATE OPEN-AIR BUSINESSES (PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY).
   (A)   Minimum lot area shall be one acre.
   (B)   Minimum lot width shall be 200 feet.
   (C)   A five-foot fence or wall shall be constructed along the rear and sides of the lot, capable of keeping trash, paper, and other debris from blowing off the premises, except as provided otherwise in this chapter.
   (D)   All open-air businesses shall comply with all applicable Health Department regulations regarding sanitation and general health conditions.
   (E)   Unless specifically waived by the approval body or as designated by this chapter, a building of not less than 500 square feet of gross floor area shall be constructed on the premises for office use in connection with the subject open-air business.
   (F)   The Planning Commission may, to ensure strict compliance with any regulation contained herein and required as a condition of the issuance of a permit for an open-air business use, require the permittee to furnish a surety bond executed by a reputable surety company authorized to do business in the state, in the sole discretion of the Planning Commission, a cash bond in the amount determined by the Commission to be reasonable and necessary to ensure compliance hereunder.  In fixing the amount of the bond, the Planning Commission shall take into account the size and scope of the proposed open-air business use, current prevailing cost of rehabilitating the premises upon default of the operator of the use, estimated expenses to compel the operator to comply by court decree, and any other factors and conditions as might be relevant in determining the sum reasonable in the light of all facts and circumstances surrounding each application.
   (G)   In the case of indoor-outdoor garden nurseries:
      (1)   The storage or materials display areas shall meet all the yard setback requirements applicable to any building in the district;
      (2)   All loading activity and parking areas shall be provided on the same premises (off-street); and
      (3)   The storage of any soil, fertilizer, or similar loosely packaged materials shall be sufficiently contained to prevent any adverse affect upon adjacent properties.
(1993 Code, § 154.157)  (Ord. 84-1, passed 1-3-1984)