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(A) The City Commission may condition approval of a special use permit on conformance with the standards of another local, county or state agency, such as but not limited to the County Drain Commissioner, Mid-Michigan District Health Department, County Road Commission, the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality or impose their own conditions when such conditions:
(1) Would ensure that public services and facilities affected by a proposed land use or activity will be capable of accommodating increased service and facility loads caused by the land use or activity.
(2) Would protect the natural environment and conserve natural resources and energy;
(3) Would ensure compatibility with adjacent uses of land; or
(4) Would promote the use of land in a socially and economically desirable manner.
(B) When imposing conditions, the City Commission shall determine that each condition imposed:
(1) Is designed to protect the natural resources, the health, safety, and welfare, as well as the social and economic well-being of those who will use the land use or activity under consideration, residents and landowners immediately adjacent to the proposed land use or activity and the community as a whole.
(2) Is related to a valid exercise of the police power and purposes which are affected by the proposed use or activity.
(3) Be necessary to meet the intent and purpose of the zoning regulations; be related to the standards established in the ordinance for the land use or activity under consideration; be necessary to insure compliance with those standards; and be roughly proportional to the anticipated impact they are designed to address.
(Ord. 616, passed 9-23-2013; Am. Ord. 657, passed 12-14-2020)