5.6.8.   APPROACH DEPARTURE CORRIDORS (ADC) FOR DMAFB
   The required standards within the ADCs are as follows.
   A.   ADC-1
      1.   Performance Standards
      The following performance standards are required in the ADC-1:
         a.   No more than 30 employees per of is permitted;
         b.   The minimum area is three ; and,
         c.   The maximum FAR is .50 of the area.
      2.   Prohibited
      The following are prohibited in the ADC-1:
         a.   Civic Use Group
            (1)   Civic Assembly- Outdoor and Indoor;
            (2)   Cultural Use;
            (3)   Religious Use; and,
            (4)   Educational Use.
         b.   Commercial Services Use Group
            (1)   Administrative and Professional Offices;
            (2)    Service;
            (3)   Commercial Recreation;
            (4)   Day Care;
            (5)   Entertainment - Outdoor & Indoor;
            (6)   Food Service;
            (7)   Medical Services;
            (8)   Personal Service;
            (9)   Transportation Service - Air Carrier;
            (10)   Travelers Accommodation-Campsite; and,
            (11)   Travelers Accommodation-Lodging
         c.   Industrial Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Manufacturing.
         d.   Recreational Use Group
            (1)   Parks and Recreation.
         e.   Residential Use Group (all uses within the group)
         f.   Restricted Adult Activities Use Group (all uses within the group)
         g.   Retail Trade Use Group (all uses within the group)
         h.   Storage Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Storage.
         i.   Wholesaling Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Wholesaling.
      3.   Exceptions
      The following are exceptions to the Prohibited Uses in ADC-1:
         a.    in the Commercial Services Use Group and Retail Trade Use Group are permitted in ADC-1 only if the property was zoned RCV, NC, C-1, C-2, C-3, C-3, P or RV prior to January 1, 2005. (Rezoning from these to that provide for allowed uses in ADC-1 is encouraged);
         b.    in the Commercial Services Use Group and the Retail Trade Use Group are permitted on property zoned P-I, I-1 or I-2 in ADC-1 only if a plan was approved by Mayor and Council specifically for such use prior to June 30, 2005;
         c.    not in with the performance standards of 5.6.8.A.1 are permitted only if a plan, was approved by Mayor and Council specifically for such prior to June 30, 2005;
         d.   Single- are permitted only if the property is zoned IR, RH, SR, RX-1, RX-2, R-1, R-2, or R-3, MH-1 or MH-2 and such was in place prior to January 1, 2005. (Rezoning from these to that provide for allowed uses in ADC-1 is encouraged).
            (1)   Flexible Lot Development, Section 8.7.3, are not permitted; and,
            (2)   Residential is limited to no more than one per .
         e.    less than the minimum size required in ADC-1 and recorded prior to January 1, 2005 may be developed in with all other standards specified in Section 5.6.8.A.1., 2, and 3;
         f.   Individual of less than three may be separately owned provided each such is part of a and covenants provided in this subsection that encompasses at least three . The shall be a for notification purposes to the covenants; and,
         g.   Non- located within ADC-1 may be included within a single or for the purpose of determining employee limits, ratios and other performance standards provided there are recorded covenants requiring with the approved or in the form approved by the PDSD . Non- that do not meet the above standards may be considered through Special Exception process as specified in Section 5.6.10.
   B.   ADC-2
      1.   Performance Standards
      The following performance standards apply in the ADC-2:
         a.   No more than 20 employees per of at any time may be accommodated by intention, design, or in fact;
         b.   The minimum area is five ; and,
         c.   The maximum FAR is .30 of the area.
      2.   Prohibited
      The following are prohibited in the ADC-2:
         a.   Civic Use Group
            (1)   Civic Assembly - Outdoor and Indoor;
            (2)   Cultural Use;
            (3)   Educational Use; and,
            (4)   Religious Use.
         b.   Commercial Services Use Group
            (1)   Administrative and Professional Offices;
            (2)    Service;
            (3)   Commercial Recreation;
            (4)   Day Care;
            (5)   Entertainment - Outdoor and Indoor;
            (6)   Food Service;
            (7)   Medical Services;
            (8)   Personal Service;
            (9)   Transportation Service - Air Carrier;
            (10)   Travelers Accommodation - Campsite; and,
            (11)   Travelers Accommodation - Lodging.
         c.   Industrial Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Manufacturing.
         d.   Recreational Use Group
            (1)   Parks and Recreation.
         e.   Residential Use Group (all uses in the group)
         f.   Restricted Adult Activities Use Group (all uses in the group)
         g.   Retail Trade Use Group (all uses in the group)
         h.   Storage Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Storage.
         i.   Wholesaling Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Wholesaling.
      3.   Exceptions
      The following are exceptions to the Prohibited Uses in ADC-2:
         a.    in the Commercial Services Use Group and Retail Trade Use Group are permitted in ADC-2 only if the property was zoned RCV, NC, C-1, C-2, C-3, C-3, P or RV prior to January 1, 2005. (Rezoning from the previously mentioned to that provide for allowed uses in ADC-2 is encouraged.);
         b.    in the Commercial Services Use Group and the Retail Trade Use Group are permitted in P-I, I-1 or I-2 in ADC-2 only if a plan was approved by Mayor and Council specifically for such use prior to June 30, 2005;
         c.    not in with the performance standards of 5.6.8.B.1 are permitted only if a plan was approved by Mayor and Council specifically for such prior to June 30, 2005;
         d.   Single- are permitted only if the property is zoned IR, RH, SR, RX-1, RX-2, R-1, R-2, R-3, MH-1 or MH-2 and such was in place prior to January 1, 2005. (Rezoning from the previously mentioned to that provide for allowed uses in ADC-2 is encouraged).
            (1)   Flexible Lot Development, Section 8.7.3, are not be permitted; and,
            (2)   Residential is limited to no more than one per .
         e.    less than the minimum size required in ADC-2, recorded prior to January 1, 2005 may be developed in with all other standards specified in Section 5.6.8.B.1., 2, and 3;
         f.   Individual of less than five may be separately owned provided each such is part of a and covenants provided in this subsection that encompasses at least five . The shall be a for notification purposes to the covenants;
         g.   Non- located within ADC-2 may be included within a single or for the purpose of determining employee limits, ratios and other performance standards provided there are recorded covenants requiring with the approved or in the form approved by the PDSD . As provided in Section 5.6.10, non- that do not meet the above standards may be considered in accordance with Section 3.4.3, Zoning Examiner Special Exception Procedure.
   C.   ADC-3
      1.   Performance Standards
      The following performance standards apply in the ADC-3:
         a.   For uses in the Industrial, Wholesaling and Storage groups, the maximum FAR is .40 of the area;
         b.   For all other non-residential groups, the maximum FAR is .20 of the area;
         c.   The minimum area is five ;
         d.   The maximum permitted is 62 feet from elevation or the height limit of underlying , whichever is more restrictive; and,
         e.   Any meeting space and function areas where people gather in excess of 5,000 square feet in area shall be located underground.
      2.   Prohibited
      The following are prohibited in the ADC-3:
         a.   Civic Use Group
            (1)   Education Use, Elementary and Secondary Schools.
         b.   Commercial Use Group
            (1)   Day Care; and,
            (2)   Medical Service, Major and Extended Care.
         c.   Industrial Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Manufacturing.
         d.   Residential Use Group (all uses in the group)
         e.   Storage Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Storage.
         f.   Wholesaling Use Group
            (1)   Hazardous Material Wholesaling.
         g.   Landfills or facilities providing services that are critical for public health and safety, such as fire protection, police communications, sewage and water treatment or storage are prohibited.
      3.   Exceptions
      The following are exceptions to the Prohibited Uses in ADC-3:
         a.    not in with the performance standards of Section 5.6.8.C.1, Approach Departure Corridors (ADC) for DMAFB, are permitted only if a plan was approved by Mayor and Council specifically for such prior to June 30, 2005.
         b.   Single- are permitted only if the property is zoned IR, RH, SR, RX-1, RX-2, R-1, R-2, R-3, MH-1 or MH-2 and such was in place prior to January 1, 2005. (Rezoning from the previously mentioned to that provide for allowed uses in ADCs is encouraged.)
            (1)   Flexible Lot Development, Section 8.7.3, are not permitted; and,
            (2)   Residential is limited to no more than one per .
         c.    , less than the minimum size required in ADC-3 and recorded prior to January 1, 2005 may be developed in with all other standards specified in Section 5.6.8.C.1., 2, and 3.
         d.   Individual of less than five may be separately owned provided each such is part of a and covenants provided in this subsection that encompasses at least five . The shall be a for notification purposes to the covenants.
         e.   Non- located within ADC-3 may be included within a single or for the purpose of determining employee limits, ratios and other performance standards provided there are recorded covenants requiring with the approved or in the form approved by the PDSD . As provided in Section 5.6.10, non- that do not meet the above standards may be considered in accordance with Section 3.4.3, Zoning Examiner Special Exception Procedure.