CHAPTER 1151
Supplementary Regulations
1151.01   Conditions and safeguards.
1151.02   Inconsistencies.
1151.03   Special costs.
1151.04   Compliance; permitted uses.
1151.05   Prohibited uses.
1151.06   Nuisance.
1151.07   Compliance with other applicable regulations.
1151.08   Transition areas.
1151.09   Substandard lots.
1151.10   Lots, yards and open space.
1151.11   Front yard variances in residential districts.
1151.12   Projection into yard areas.
1151.13   Corner lots and double frontage lots.
1151.14   Visibility of corner lots.
1151.15   Minimum living floor area per dwelling unit.
1151.16   Permitted height exception per dwelling unit.
1151.17   Principal building.
1151.18   Dwelling other than a main structure.
1151.19   Structures constructed near oil, gas, brine wells or storage tanks.
1151.20   Temporary buildings.
1151.21   Detached accessory buildings.
1151.22   Swimming pools.
1151.23   Fence and wall regulations.
1151.24   General performance standards.
1151.25   Truck regulations.
1151.26   Sewerage and water facilities.
1151.27   Zoning certificate based on sanitary sewerage disposal facility
approval.
1151.28   Construction.
1151.29   Review of plantings.
1151.30   Wetland protection.
1151.31   Conservation of riparian zones.
1151.32   Medical marijuana.
CROSS REFERENCES
      Site plan review - see P. & Z. Ch. 1152
      Conditional zoning certificate - see P. & Z. Ch. 1153
      Parking and loading requirements - see P. & Z. Ch. 1155
      Nonconforming uses - see P. & Z. Ch. 1157
      Sign regulations - see P. & Z. Ch. 1159
   1151.01 CONDITIONS AND SAFEGUARDS.
   (a)   The Planning and Zoning Commission shall have the power to safeguard the intent and objectives of this Zoning Ordinance by imposing appropriate restrictions and safeguards as conditions of any approval it gives.
   (b)   In the exercise of the power to impose safeguards and conditions, the Planning Commission may, including but not limited to SR 14 and SR 303, have the power to limit or reduce street ingress and egress accesses as well as to require owners and developers to grant easements to adjacent property owners in such locations as the City Engineer shall require.  These powers and conditions are exercised, in general, to assure public health, safety, welfare and convenience, to reduce the traffic impact along Streetsboro’s major thoroughfares and to permit traffic to flow safely from site to site along drives parallel to the state highways without having to cross multi-lane highways.  (Ord. 1999-118.  Passed 8-23-99.)
   1151.02  INCONSISTENCIES.
   In the event any of the requirements or regulatory provisions of these regulations are found to be inconsistent one with another, the more restrictive or greater requirements shall be deemed in each case to be applicable. 
(Ord. 1989-51.  Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.03 SPECIAL COSTS.
   When the Planning and Zoning Commission or Board of Zoning and Building Appeals finds it necessary to maintain a strict record of public hearing procedures, or when either the Commission or Board deems it necessary to cause special studies to be made, then the applicant shall bear all direct and related costs.  (Ord. 1989-51.  Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.04  COMPLIANCE; PERMITTED USES.
   No building shall be erected, converted, enlarged, reconstructed or structurally altered, nor shall any building or land with public and/or privately developed improvements be used, arranged to be used or designed to be used, in a manner which does not comply with all of the district provisions established by these regulations for the districts in which the building or land is located.
   (a)   Uses which do not appear in the Zoning Ordinance by virtue of their omission from all permitted use lists, all conditionally permitted use lists, all accessory use lists and all other use lists are prohibited.
   (b)   A prohibited use may become a permitted use if Council passes an amendment incorporating the prohibited use into appropriate use lists for appropriate zoning districts.
   (c)   A prohibited use may become a permitted use if the City Planning Commission determines the use should be a permitted use in an appropriate zoning district because it is substantially similar in character to specifically permitted use in such district.
      (Ord. 1989-51.  Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.05  PROHIBITED USES.
   No use shall be permitted or authorized to be established which, when conducted in compliance with the provisions of these regulations, and any additional conditions and requirements prescribed, is or may become hazardous, noxious or offensive due to the emission of odor, dust, smoke, cinders, gas, fumes, noise, vibration, electrical interference, refuse matter or water carried wastes.  (Ord. 1989-51.  Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.06 NUISANCE.
   No use shall be permitted or authorized which, even though when conducted it complies with the requirements of applicable codes and permits, may become hazardous, noxious or offensive due to the emission of odor, dust, smoke, cinders, gas, fumes, noise vibration, electrical interference, refuse matter or water carried wastes. 
(Ord. 1989-51.  Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.07  COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER APPLICABLE REGULATIONS.
   All uses and associated premises, buildings, structures, activities, roads, parking areas, utilities, construction, shall be in compliance with the City subdivision regulations, applicable building codes and health code and all other applicable regulations adopted by Council and administered by Streetsboro and State building departments and County and State health departments.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.08  TRANSITION AREAS.
   To secure the optimum effect of transition from a residential to a higher-density residential or a nonresidential district, the Planning and Zoning Commission shall have the power to review, recommend, and regulate shade trees, street trees, shrubbery, and other vegetative plantings, natural earth moundings, walls, walks, or fences, or any combination of these on any property line of land under consideration, including buffer zones, in residential subdivisions, commercial developments, and the development of industrial parks or parcels, The plans and specifications including density and height figures for the overall site development shall include the proposed arrangement of such plantings.
(Ord. 2004-183.  Passed 11-22-04.)
   1151.09  SUBSTANDARD LOTS.
   Any lot greater than 5,000 square feet in area, but not meeting minimum area requirements and being a lot of record or lot for which a land contract has been issued or any lot within an unrecorded allotment, of which at least one-half of such lots are of record and have been sold on land contract on the effective date of this Zoning Ordinance, may be used for a single-family dwelling irrespective of the area, depth or width of such lot; the width of the side yard of any such lot need not exceed ten percent (10%) of the width of the lot; the depth of the rear yard need not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, provided, however, that in no instance shall the minimum dimensions of the side and rear yards be less than five and twenty feet respectively.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.10 LOTS, YARDS AND OPEN SPACE.
   No space which for the purpose of a building has been counted or calculated as part of a side yard, rear yard, front yard or other open spaces required by these regulations may, by reason of change in ownership or otherwise, be counted or calculated to satisfy the yard or other open space requirement of, or for, any other building.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.11  FRONT YARD VARIANCES IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS.
   In any R district where the average depth of at least two existing front yards on lots within 200 feet of the lot in question and within the same block front is less than the least front yard depth prescribed elsewhere in these regulations, the required depth of the front yard on such lot may be modified by the Planning and Zoning Commission pursuant to Chapter 1152. In such cases, this shall not be less than the average depth of the existing front yards on the two lots immediately adjoining, or, in the case of a corner lot, the depth of the front yard on the lot immediately adjoining, provided, however, that the depth of the front yard on any lot shall not be less than twenty feet and need not exceed 100 feet.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.12 PROTECTION INTO YARD AREAS.
   Every part of a required yard shall be open to the sky unobstructed, except for accessory buildings in a rear yard, and except for the ordinary projections of skylights, sills, beltcourses, cornices and ornament features projecting not to exceed twelve inches. This requirement shall not prevent the construction of fences not exceeding six feet in height except on that portion of lots within thirty feet of the intersection of two or more streets. The ordinary projection of chimneys or flues is permitted into the required side, rear and front yards. Terraces, uncovered porches, platforms and ornamental features (first story) may not project into a required side yard.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.13 CORNER LOTS AND DOUBLE FRONTAGE LOTS.
   Corner lots in all districts shall have a side yard setback equivalent to the front yard setback for any side yard contiguous to a public or private street.  Double frontage lots shall be deemed to have two front yards each subject to the front yard setback.
(Ord. 2018-109.  Passed 9-10-18.)
   1151.14 VISIBILITY ON CORNER LOTS.
   No obstruction to view in excess of two feet in height shall be placed on any corner lot within a triangular area formed by the street right-of-way lines and a line connecting them at points thirty feet from the intersection of the street lines, except that street trees are permitted which are pruned at least eight feet above the established grade of the roadway so as not to obstruct a clear view by motor vehicle drivers. (Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.15  MINIMUM LIVING FLOOR AREA PER DWELLING UNIT.
   No structure shall be erected for use as a dwelling unless the following minimum floor area per dwelling unit is provided:
 
Single-family dwelling:
1450 square feet and a minimum of a two car garage.
Two-family dwelling:
1250 square feet and a minimum of a two car garage each unit.
No dwelling shall be less than twenty-four feet (24') in width.
Multi-family apartments:
Three-bedroom suites:
1300 square feet of living area for each unit.
Two-bedroom suites:
1024 square feet of living area for each unit.
One-bedroom suites:
845 square feet of living area for each unit.
One room efficiency:
585 square feet of living area for each unit.
   These are minimum square feet requirements and include kitchen and bath areas but do not include utility, storage rooms or basement areas.
(Ord. 1994-94. Passed 9-26-94.)
   1151.16  PERMITTED HEIGHT EXCEPTION PER DWELLING
        UNIT.
   (a)    Except as specifically stated in other parts of these regulations, no building shall be erected, converted, enlarged, reconstructed or structurally altered to exceed the height limit hereinafter established for the district in which the building is located, except that penthouse or roof structures for the housing of elevators, stairways, tanks, ventilating fans or similar equipment required to operate and maintain the building, and fire or parapet walls, skylights, towers, steeples, stage lofts and screens, flagpoles, chimneys, smokestacks, wireless masts, water tanks or similar structures may be erected above the height limits herein. No such structure may be erected to exceed by more than fifteen feet the height limits of the district in which it is located; nor shall such structure have a total area greater than twenty-five percent (25%) of the roof area of the building; nor shall such structure be used for any purpose other than a use incidental to the main use of the building. Radio, television and wireless aerials or masts may be erected to any height.
   (b)    Public or semi-public buildings, when permitted in a district, may be erected to a height not to exceed thirty-four feet, except that churches and temples may be erected to a height not to exceed seventy-five feet if the building is set back from each yard line at least one foot for each foot of additional building height above the height limit otherwise provided in the district in which the building is located. (Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.17  PRINCIPAL BUILDING.
   No more than one dwelling unit shall be permitted on any lot and every dwelling shall be located on a lot having required frontage on a public street unless otherwise specifically stated in these regulations.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.18 DWELLING OTHER THAN A MAIN STRUCTURE.
   No residential structure shall be erected upon a lot with another dwelling; except that a two-story garage with living quarters upon the second floor may be permitted provided such quarters are occupied by guests or a servant (and his family) employed by the family occupying the main structure.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.19 STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTED NEAR OIL, GAS, BRINE WELLS OR STORAGE TANKS.
   Structures, or any parts thereof, shall not be erected, located or constructed closer than 100 feet from existing oil, gas, brine wells or storage tanks. (Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.20 TEMPORARY BUILDINGS.
   Temporary buildings for use incidental to construction work may be erected in any of the zone districts herein established, however, such temporary building or buildings shall be removed upon the completion or abandonment of the construction work. Location of temporary structures shall be indicated on site plans submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission for approval pursuant to Chapter 1152.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.21 DETACHED ACCESSORY BUILDINGS.
   An accessory building may be erected upon a lot on which a principal structure already exists. The use of the accessory building must be secondary and incidental to the principal use. An accessory building which is attached to the main building shall comply with all the requirements and regulations that are applicable to the principal building.
   (a)   In all districts an accessory building detached from the main building shall not be located closer than ten (10) feet from the main building.
   (b)   In the R-1, R-2, R -3 and R-O Districts, an accessory building detached from the main building shall not be located closer than five (5) feet from the side and rear property lines.
   (c)   In the R-R, O-C and F-P Districts, an accessory building detached from the main building shall not be located closer than twelve (12) feet from the side and rear property lines.
   (d)   On a double frontage lot, the accessory building may encroach into whichever required front yard functions as the side yard, but not beyond the minimum setback line established by the required front yards of the two immediate adjacent lots, as extended across the subject lot.
   (e)   One or more accessory buildings shall not occupy more than ten percent (10%) of a usable building space area required in a rear yard in the R-1, R-2, and R-3 zoning districts.  Twenty-five percent (25%) can be used in determining the size for the accessory building in O-C, F-P and R-R zoning districts.  “Usable building space” means that area of the rear yard that remains after allowing for the side yard and rear yard requirements and the setback requirements from the main building and any existing accessory or other type buildings in the rear yard, excluding swimming pools.
      (1)   The height of such accessory building in the R-1, R-2, R-3 and R-O districts shall not exceed fifteen (15) feet.
      (2)   The height of such accessory building shall not exceed thirty-four (34) feet maximum in R-R, O-C or F-P zoning districts.
      (3)   In all other districts the height of the accessory building shall not exceed the height of the principal building. 
         (Ord. 2018-109.  Passed 9-10-18.)
   1151.22 SWIMMING POOLS.
   Public or private in-ground or above-ground swimming, wading or other pools containing over one and one-half feet of water depth shall be considered as structures for the purpose of permits, shall not be located in front or side yards, but may be located in rear yards subject to location regulations pertaining to accessory structures. The construction, plumbing and electrical requirements, inspection and other safety facilities shall be regulated by the applicable City codes. Every pool defined as a structure shall be completely surrounded by a fence or wall not less than four feet in height; such fence shall be constructed so as to have no openings, holes or gaps larger than three inches in any dimension, except for doors or gates which shall be equipped with suitable locking devices to prevent unauthorized intrusion. An accessory building may be used in or as part of such enclosure. Pools above-ground having vertical surfaces of at least four feet in height shall be required to have fences and gates only where access may be had to the pool.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.23  FENCE AND WALL REGULATIONS.
   Any fence or wall shall be well maintained, harmonious and appropriate in appearance with the existing character of the immediate area in which it is to be located, and shall not be hazardous or disturbing to existing or future neighboring uses.
   (a)    In the O-C, R-R, R-1 and R-2 Districts, or on single-family lots in the R-3 and R-O Districts, fences and walls may be permitted in any required yard provided that no fence or wall located in any required front, side or rear yard shall exceed a maximum height of two and one-half feet. Fences and walls may be permitted in side and rear yards to a maximum height of six feet provided that any such fence or wall greater than two and one-half feet in height shall have a minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) of the area of the vertical surface open to light and air.
(b)    In the B, C-3 and I Districts and on non-single-family lots in the R-3 and R-O Districts, fences and walls may be permitted in any required yard provided that in any required front yard, no fence or wall shall exceed a maximum height of four feet; and in any required side or rear yard, no fence or wall shall exceed a maximum height of six feet. Fences and walls may be permitted in a side or rear yard to a maximum height of eight feet provided that any such fence or wall greater than six feet in height shall have a minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) of the area of vertical surface open to light and air.
   (c)   Notwithstanding and as an exception to subsection (b) hereof, in the I-1 District, the fences, walls and gates required of a medical marijuana processor shall not exceed a maximum height of six feet in a required front yard and eight feet in a required side or rear yard, regardless of opacity, provided, however, that any fence, wall, or gate in a required front yard that exceeds the height limits contained in subsection (b) shall be set back at least 150 feet from the public right-of-way.
(Ord. 2018-101.  Passed 8-13-18.)
   1151.24 GENERAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS.
   All uses and activities established after the effective date of this Zoning Ordinance shall comply with the following standards:
   (a)    Noise.
      (1)    The sound level of any operation (other than the operation of motor vehicles or other transportation facilities, operations involved in the construction or demolition of structures, emergency alarm signals or time signals, institutional or governmental or quasi-public activities) shall not exceed the decibel levels in the designated octave bands as stated below. The sound pressure level shall be measured with a Sound Level Meter and an Octave Band Analyzer that conforms to specifications published by the American Standards Association.
      (2)    Sound pressure levels shall be measured at the lot line of the property from which the emission occurs. The maximum permissible sound pressure levels for smooth and continuous noise shall be as follows: (All of the decibel levels stated below shall apply in each case.)
 
Octave Band Center
Frequency Hertz
Maximum Permitted Sound Pressure
Level Deceibels re 0.0002 Microbar
31.5
83
63
78
125
72
250
64
500
57
1000
51
2000
46
4000
41
8000
38
      (3)    If the noise is not smooth and continuous or is radiated during sleeping hours, the decibel levels given above shall be adjusted as follows:
 
Type of Operation or Character of Noise
Corrections in Decibels
Noise occurs between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
-6
Noise occurs less than five percent (5%) of any one-hour period.
+6
Noise is of periodic character (hum scream, etc.,) or is of impulsive character (hammering, etc.). (In the case of impulsive noise, the correction shall apply only to the average pressure during an impulse, and impulse peaks shall not exceed the basic standards given above.)
-6
   (b)   Vibrations.  No use shall cause earth vibrations or concussions detectable without the aid of instruments beyond its lot lines with the exception of vibration produced as a result of construction or demolition operations.
   (c)    Dust, Fumes, Vapors and Gases.
      (1)    The emission of dust, dirt, fly ash, fumes, vapors or gases which can cause any damage to human health, animals, vegetation, or property, or which can cause any soiling or staining of persons or property at any point beyond the lot line of the use creating the emission, is prohibited.
      (2)    No smoke shall be emitted from any chimney or other source, of visible gray opacity greater than No. 1 on the Ringlemann Smoke Chart as published by the U. S Bureau of Mines, except that smoke of a shade not darker than No. 2 on the Ringlemann Chart may be emitted for not more than six minutes in any thirty minute period.
      (3)    No emission of liquid or solid particles from any chimney or other source shall exceed five-tenths grains per cubic foot of the covering gas at any point beyond the lot line of the use creating the emission. At the source, allowable particulate matter in combustion gases shall not exceed one pound per million BTU input.
(d)    Odor. No use shall emit odorous gases or other odorous matter in such quantities as to be offensive at any point on or beyond its lot lines.
(e)    Heat. No use shall produce heat detectable without the aid of instruments beyond its lot lines.
   (f)    Glare. No use shall produce a strong, dazzling light or a reflection thereof beyond its lot lines.
   (g)    Storage and Waste Disposal.
      (1)    No highly flammable or explosive liquids, solids or gases shall be stored in bulk above the ground, except tanks or drums of fuel directly connected with energy devices or heating appliances located and operated on the same lot as the tanks or drums of fuel.
(2)    All outdoor storage facilities for fuel, raw materials and products, and all fuel, raw materials and products stored outdoors, shall be enclosed by an approved safety fence.
      (3)    No materials or wastes shall be deposited upon a lot in such form or manner that they may be transported off the lot by natural causes or forces, nor shall any substance which can contaminate a stream or watercourse or otherwise render such stream or watercourse undesirable as a source of water supply or recreation, or which will destroy aquatic life, be allowed to enter any stream or watercourse.
(4)    All materials or wastes which might cause fumes or dust, or which constitute a fire hazard, or which may be edible or otherwise attractive to rodents or insects, shall be stored outdoors only if enclosed in containers which are adequate to eliminate such hazards.
(h)   Floodways. Permitted uses in any district shall not encroach upon the relatively flat land adjoining watercourses of the Cuyahoga River and Tinkers Creek drainage areas, and subject to overflow therefrom. No construction, storage, or fill shall be permitted which would cause increase in the height or velocity of floods, downstream damage of properly, pollution of the water course, or health hazards on the premise.
   (Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.25  TRUCK REGULATIONS.
   (a)    Truck routes in and out of developments under construction shall be established in such a way as to minimize the wear on public roads and prevent hazards and damage to other properties in the community.
   (b)    The Service Director may require prior to issuing any permit, construction agreement or similar device a bond or cash deposit for the road over which trucks must travel, when the Service Director or City Engineer determines that such road is not in condition, design or intent for the size, weight or speed of the vehicle necessary or anticipated for such facility while under construction or in the operation of such facility upon completion of construction.
   (c)    In the event the construction has been determined to have damaged the road, the developer is liable for back charges by the City for any damages or nuisances caused to the road, and such will be part of the construction agreement. (Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.26  SEWERAGE AND WATER FACILITIES.
   When central sanitary sewerage facilities and central water facilities are not available, the minimum lot size shall be one and one-half acre for a single-family dwelling and two acres for a two-family dwelling, where permitted, unless a larger area is required by these regulations and/or the responsible health authority.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.27  ZONING CERTIFICATE BASED ON SANITARY SEWERAGE DISPOSAL FACILITY APPROVAL.
   No zoning certificate shall be issued without evidence that the responsible health authority has approved the proposed sanitary sewerage disposal facilities for the use for which the zoning certificate has been requested.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.28  CONSTRUCTION.
   An application for a zoning certificate which has been made to the City pursuant to Section 1107.01 and 1107.02, shall be processed under the regulations effective at the time the application was submitted.
(Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.29  REVIEW OF PLANTINGS.
   The Planning Commission shall have the power to review, recommend and regulate shade trees, street trees, shrubbery and other vegetative plantings, including buffer zones, in residential subdivisions, commercial developments and the development of industrial parks or parcels as required by this Ordinance. (Ord. 1989-51. Passed 8-28-89.)
   1151.30 WETLAND PROTECTION.
   Wetlands that are required by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers or the Ohio EPA to be retained and protected shall be further protected by the following:
   (a)   A buffer area having a width not less than 20 feet, measured from the edge of the designated wetland.  The area within this buffer shall not be disturbed and shall be retained in its natural state; and
   (b)    A minimum building and pavement setback of 35 feet, measured from the edge of the designated wetland.
These buffers may be increased by the Planning and Zoning Commission where the type of wetland so require, but in general shall not exceed 300 feet.  In making a determination on the appropriate buffer width, the Planning and Zoning Commission may consult with technical experts such as the City Planning Director, City Engineer, and Soil and Water Conservation District, or others qualified (including those offered by the applicant), to provide a recommendation to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
      (Ord. 2004-183.  Passed 11-22-04.)
   1151.31  CONSERVATION OF RIPARIAN ZONES.
   A riparian buffer shall be provided along the entire length and on both sides of a river or perennial stream channel.  The buffer area shall have a width not less than 50 feet, measured from the river or stream bank.  Small streams without clearly defined high water marks shall be measured from the stream centerline.  This buffer may be increased by the Planning and Zoning Commission where the type of stream, slope of the stream banks, surrounding soils, vegetation, land uses, and the function of the stream so require, but in general shall not exceed 300 feet.  In making a determination on the appropriate buffer width, the Planning and Zoning Commission may consult with technical experts such as the City Planning Director, City Engineer, and Soil and Water Conservation District, or others qualified (including those offered by the applicant), to provide a recommendation to the Planning and Zoning Commission. 
   The area within this buffer shall not be disturbed and shall be retained in its natural state, except that walking or bike trails and other non-intrusive uses may be permitted to be located within the riparian buffers when the Planning and Zoning Commission determines that such use will create minimal impacts within the buffer and to the stream.
(Ord. 2004-183.  Passed 11-22-04.)
1151.32   MEDICAL MARIJUANA.
   (a)   The cultivation of medical marijuana is not a permitted use or a conditionally permitted use in any use district.
   (b)   Prior to receiving a zoning certificate authorizing the establishment of a medical marijuana processor, retail dispensary or testing laboratory, an applicant for said certificate shall provide, in addition to the standard application materials:
      (1)   Verification of active state license or certificate of operation.
      (2)   Verification of compliance with the physical separation requirements contained in Section 3796.30 of the Revised Code and Section 3796:6-3-02 of the Ohio Administrative Code.
      (3)   A photometric plan detailing the perimeter lighting required by the Ohio Administrative Code, which shall comply with the lighting requirements of Section 1155.03(c) hereof.
      (4)   In the case of a retail dispensary:
         A.   A copy of the operator’s application for certificate of operation containing the representations referenced in Section 3796:6-3- 01(A)(1) of the Ohio Administrative Code, and
         B.   A copy of the operator’s operations and management practices plan approved by the state board of pharmacy.
      (5)   In the case of a testing laboratory or processor, a copy of the security plan submitted as part of its provisional license application.
         (Ord. 2018-101.  Passed 8-13-18.)