§ 160.242  PRINCIPAL USES.
   The following uses shall be a principal use when a building or premises is the primary or predominant use of any lot:
   (a)   Permitted.
      (1)   A building or premises shall be permitted to be used for the following purposes as a BCF3 form:
         A.   Office.
         B.   Hospital.
         C.   Research facility.
         D.   College, university, or post high school.
         E.   Middle/high school, elementary school.
         F.   Recreation facility, private.
         G.   Cultural facility.
         H.   Places of worship.
         I.   Public service facility.
         J.   Dwelling(s) above first story.
         K.   Assisted living facility.
      (2)   Standard for all above uses: Streets should be boundary for campus area.
   (b)    Permitted special. The following principal uses are grouped together and include additional standards for the specified uses. A conditional use permit with standards provided within §§ 160.605 et seq. (Conditional Use) may be obtained when the following standards for a permitted special use cannot be obtained:
      (1)   Day care centers.
         A.   Adequate and safe playground with sufficient green areas.
         B.   Safe and convenient access to the day care.
      (2)   Funeral homes and mortuary.
         A.   Placed beyond 250 feet from any DD, AD, and MD forms.
         B.   All standards within § 160.222(a).
      (3)   Residential-compatible self-storage.
         A.   The storage structures shall be constructed with a pitched roof that shall be a minimum pitch of 4 in 12.
         B.   The storage structures should not be longer than one to four width to length before a break. Breaks are considered to be at least three feet horizontal or vertical in building elevations.
         C.   All structure façades visible from public streets shall include standard brick masonry units at least 32 inches high all sides.
         D.   Each building unit shall have an architectural element such as columns, gables, or roof vents within dormers.
         E.   Residential-style lighting shall be in conformance with § 160.491.
         F.   Residential fencing materials and in conformance with § 160.480.
         G.   No outside storage allowed.
      (4)   Hotel/motel.
         A.   Any other retail and services use within the hotel/motel such as restaurants, meeting facilities, and on-sale alcohol establishments must be accessory to the hotel/motel.
         B.   Placed beyond 250 feet from any DD, AD forms.
      (5)   Public assembly facilities.
         A.   Placed beyond 500 feet of any AD, DD, or MD forms.
         B.   Located in an area where traffic to and from the site is not on a local or residential street.
(Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013; Ord. 79-14, passed 10-14-2014)