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(a) Prohibited Activities. In connection with the operation of a home occupation, it shall not be permitted:
(1) To sell upon the premises articles produced elsewhere than on the premises.
(2) To have exterior displays or display of goods visible from the outside.
(3) To store materials or products outside of a principal or accessory building or other structure. (Ord. 1825. Passed 10-7-93.)
(4) To display signs; except, as authorized by the MPC. With approval, one sign, not exceeding a total area of two square feet, may be affixed to the building, not projecting more than one foot beyond the building, that will indicate from the exterior that the building is being utilized in part for purposes other than that of a dwelling. Illuminations shall be either a white nonflashing enclosed light or indirect lighting from a shielded source.
(Ord. 1825. Passed 9-16-93.)
(5) To make external structural alterations which are not customary in residential buildings.
(6) To generate traffic by such home occupation in greater volume than would normally be expected in the residential neighborhood; any need for parking generated by the conduct of such home occupation shall be provided off the street and other than in a required front yard.
(7) To produce offensive noise, vibration, smoke, dust or other particulate matter, odorous matter, heat, humidity, glare or other objectionable effects.
(b) Occupations Included. Home occupations shall include, but not be limited to:
(1) Fine art studios.
(2) Professional offices for doctors, dentists, lawyers, musicians, professional engineers or land surveyors, architects or City planners, clergymen and writers.
(3) Teaching not more than four pupils simultaneously; or, in the case of musical instruction, not more than one pupil at a time.
(4) Seamstresses and cabinetmakers.
(5) Real estate or insurance agents.
(6) Barber shops and beauty parlors.
(c) Occupations Excluded. Home occupations shall not include, for example:
(1) Commercial stables, kennels, nurseries or farms.
(2) Mortuary establishments
(3) Boardinghouses, rooming houses or tourist homes.
(4) Commercial repair or storage of automobiles or watercraft.
(5) Dance studios.
(1970 Code Sec. 32-55)