§ 155.215  SUPPLEMENTARY HEIGHT REGULATIONS; PERMITTED EXCEPTIONS.
   The following kinds of structural appurtenances shall be permitted to exceed the height limitations for authorized uses.
   (A)   Antennas, monuments, belfries, cupolas, pinnacles, church gables, spires, or ornamental towers not for human occupancy shall not be considered part of the height of the structure in determining the maximum permitted height.
   (B)   Towers of mechanical or structural necessity shall not be considered a part of the height of the structure in determining the maximum permitted height except where the area of such towers exceeds 20% of the ground floor level of the building of which they are a part, in which case they shall be considered a part of the height of the building in the same manner as any other part.
   (C)   Masts and towers solely for use as parts of a non-residential antenna system may be permitted to exceed specific building height limits by special use permit. Residential antenna systems may not exceed 35 feet in height.
(Ord. 616, passed 9-23-2013)