§ 154.251  PERMITTED USES.
   (A)   Offices.
   (B)   Accessory buildings incidental to the principal use which do not include any activity conducted as a separate stand alone business.
   (C)   Off-street public parking lot and garage.
   (D)   Plant greenhouse.
   (E)   Warehousing.
   (F)   Wholesale establishments.
   (G)   The following uses, except as may be otherwise regulated herein; the manufacturing, compounding, processing and assembling of products such as:
      (1)   Bakery goods, candy, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, toiletries, and food products, except fish or meat products, sauerkraut, yeast, pickle, and sausage;
      (2)   Products from the following previously prepared materials: bone, canvas, cellophane, cloth, cork, feathers, fiber, fur, glass, hair, horn, leather, plastics, precious or semi-precious metals or stones, sheet metal (except where presses over 20 tons rated capacity are employed), shell, textiles, tobacco, wax, wood (where saw and planing mills are employed within a completely enclosed building), yarns;
      (3)   Pottery and figurines, using previously pulverized clay, and kilns fired only with gas or electricity;
      (4)   Musical instruments, toys, novelties, rubber or metal stamps and other small rubber products;
      (5)   Electrical and electric appliances, instruments and devices, television sets, radios, phonographs, household appliances;
      (6)   Electric and neon signs, billboards and other commercial advertising structures;
      (7)   Laboratories and processing - experimental, film or testing.
   (H)   The following uses, provided storage is within an enclosed building or an area enclosed on all sides by a solid wall or a minimum six-feet solid painted fence with openings no greater than 15% and provided the applicant demonstrates methods of dust control during operations:
      (1)   Building materials, sales yard and lumber yard, including mill work, when within a completely enclosed building;
      (2)   Contractor's equipment storage yard or plant, or storage and rental of equipment commonly used by contractors;
      (3)   Fuel, food and goods distribution station, warehouse and storage, but excluding coal and coke.  Flammable liquids, underground storage, only if located not less than 500 feet - make measurement from property line;
      (4)   Motor freight garage, truck or transfer terminal, office, warehousing and storage;
      (5)   Public storage garage and yards;
      (6)   Storage and sale of grain and livestock feed.
   (I)   The following uses, when conducted no closer than 200 feet to any R District.  Where the I-1 District abuts upon but is separated from any R District by a street, the width of the street may be considered as part of the required setback.
      (1)   Bag, laundry, carpet and rug cleaning, provided necessary equipment is installed and operated for the effective precipitation of recovery of dust;
      (2)   Blacksmithing, welding or other metal working shop, excluding punch presses over 20 tons rated capacity, drop hammers and other noise-producing, machine-operated tools;
      (3)   Carpenter, cabinet, upholstering, sheet metal, plumbing, heating, roofing, air conditioning, sign painting, painting and other similar establishments;
      (4)   Foundry, casting light-weight, nonferrous metals;
      (5)   Gasoline sales, when clearly incidental to the principal use of the premises;
      (6)   Ice manufacturing and cold storage plan; creamery and bottling plant;
      (7)   Repair services for machinery and equipment, including repair garages and specialty establishments such as motor, body and fender, radiator, motor tune-ups, muffler shops, tire repair, sales and service, including vulcanizing;
      (8)   Tire retreading;
      (9)   Stone or monument works not employing power tools, or if employing such tools, only when within a completely enclosed building.
   (J)   Accessory uses clearly incidental to the uses permitted on the same premises.
   (K)   Other uses of a similar character subject to conditions the Planning Commission may impose.
('65 Code, § 1343.02)  (Am. Ord. 97-051, passed 7-1-97)