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A use shall be accessory to a building or premises that is customarily incidental and subordinate to any principal use allowed as an RE6 form. Permitted special. The following accessory uses include additional restrictions for each specific use. A conditional use with standards within §§ 160.605 et seq. (Conditional Use) may be obtained when the standards for a permitted special accessory use cannot be obtained.
(a) Accessory alcohol that must be incidental and subordinate portion of the operations of the business. Does not include restaurants.
(b) Accessory off-site parking determined by the initial development plan.
(c) Drive-through service window.
(1) The drive-through window shall be located to the side or rear of the building.
(2) The drive-through window shall not separate the building and its entrance from the street and should be hidden from view.
(3) The drive-through window shall not separate plazas, parks, water features, and open spaces from buildings.
(4) Sufficient room for drive-through stacking per § 160.555.
(d) Accessory living units.
(1) No more than one residential unit per structure is allowed.
(2) Two additional parking spaces are required or shown on initial development plan.
(3) All building and fire codes must still be met.
(e) Outdoor retail sales.
(1) Must be on a hard surfaced area.
(2) Placed beyond 50 feet of any DD, AD, or MD forms and not within the required buffer yard.
(f) Parking ramps.
(1) Parking ramps shall be constructed in a manner that will cause a minimum amount of impact on adjacent residential uses.
(2) Height of the ramp so that adjacent properties are not deprived of sunlight.
(3) The drive-through window shall be located to the side or rear of the building.
(4) The parking ramp shall not separate the building and its entrance from the street and should be hidden from view.
(5) The parking ramp shall not separate plazas, parks, water features, and open spaces from buildings.
(6) Care should be taken so that any lighting of the facility should be of a type which would not reflect onto the adjacent residential area.
(Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013)