4.8.2.   ORGANIZATION
   A.    Groups
      1.   In several instances, the order in which the are provided in the permitted use tables do not relate to one particular ’s degree of restrictiveness in relation to other . For the official hierarchy of more- to less-restrictive , see Section 4.5.
      2.   For organizational, formatting, and ease of use purposes, the have been grouped as shown in the following table:
 
Table Number
Group
Included
Rural and Suburban Residential
RH
SR
SH
RX-1
RX-2
Urban Residential
R-1
R-2
R-3
MH-1
MH-2
Office
O-1
O-2
O-3
 
 
Commercial and
C-1
C-2
C-3
OCR-1
OCR-2
Industrial
P-I
I-1
I-2
 
 
Special Use (1)
OS
IR
P
RV
 
Special Use (2)
NC
RVC
MU
 
 
 
   B.   Hierarchy of Uses
   The hierarchy in the use tables has Groups at the top, followed by Classes, then Types. See Section 4.4, Organization of , for a description of each category. See the Figure 4.8.2-1 following the written description below for an example of the use hierarchy.
      1.    Groups
       Groups are shown in the permitted use tables as shaded rows with a label indicating the specific Group (e.g., Civic).
      2.    Classes
       Classes are listed below their respective Group header and are left justified in the column.
      3.    Types
       Types are listed below their associated Class in the column and are indented in from the Class label.
      4.   Accessory
      A permitted accessory is listed either:
         a.   Directly below its associated Class or Type and is labeled “[w]ith [insert use] as an ”;
         b.   At the end of the Group section when an (s) is permitted with every permitted use within a particular Group; or,
         c.   As a dedicated line item in a particular Group or at the end of a Permitted Use Table when a use(s) is a permitted to permitted in multiple Groups.
Figure 4.8.2-1: Example of Hierarchy of Uses in the Permitted Use Tables