(A)   All permitted uses in an I-1 Industrial District.
   (B)   The following uses, when conducted not closer than 500 feet to an R District. Such distance shall be measured from the property line of the industrial use. Street not considered part of setback. Where the I-2 District abuts upon but is separated from an R District by a street, the width of the street may be considered as part of the required setback.
      (1)   Automobile assembly.
      (2)   Boiler shops, machine shops, structural steel fabricating shops, railway car or locomotive shops, metal working shops employing reciprocating hammers or presses.
      (3)   Brewing or distilling of liquors.
      (4)   Brick, pottery, tile and terra cotta manufacturing.
      (5)   Bulk station.
      (6)   Candle or sperm oil manufacturing.
      (7)   Cement, bituminous or asphaltic concrete mixing.
      (8)   Coal and coke yards.
      (9)   Cooperage works.
      (10)   Crematory.
      (11)   Enameling, lacquering.
      (12)   Flour or grain mill.
      (13)   Forge or foundry works.
      (14)   Gas generation or storage for illumination or heating.
      (15)   Linoleum, oil cloth or oiled goods manufacturing.
      (16)   Meat packing.
      (17)   Oil, paint, shellac, turpentine, varnish or enamel manufacturing, or the grinding of colors by machine.
      (18)   Perfume manufacturing.
      (19)   Pickle, sauerkraut or sausage manufacturing.
      (20)   Printing ink manufacturing.
      (21)   Sandblasting or cutting.
      (22)   Sewage disposal plant.
      (23)   Shoe polish or stove polish manufacturing.
      (24)   Steam plant.
      (25)   Stone and monument works employing power-driven tools.
      (26)   Wire or rod drawing, nut, screw or bolt manufacturing.
      (27)   Vinegar manufacturing.
      (28)   Yeast manufacturing.
   (C)   The following uses will only be permitted by the Planning Commission upon demonstration that these uses will not have injurious or offensive effects upon surrounding properties. This shall include written narrative in compliance with §§ 154.520 through 154.528 Off-Site Impacts. The Planning Commission may impose whatever requirements it deems necessary to eliminate or reduce off-site impacts. The following uses require a buffer strip as per § 154.546(B)(23):
      (1)   Acetylene manufacturing.
      (2)   Acid manufacturing except sulphurous, sulfuric, nitric, picric, carbolic, hydrochloric, or other corrosive acid manufacturing (see prohibited use class § 154.016).
      (3)   Animal black, lampblack, bone black or graphite manufacturing.
      (4)   Celluloid or pyroxyline, flammable cellulose, manufacturing or storage.
      (5)   Dextrine, starch or glucose manufacturing.
      (6)   Distillation of grain.
      (7)   Dye and dyestuff manufacture.
      (8)   Emery cloth or sandpaper manufacturing.
      (9)   Outdoor storage of rubber tires or scrap rubber.
   (D)   Other uses of a similar character, subject to such conditions as the Planning Commission may impose.
   (E)   Signs, subject to §§ 154.470 through 154.486.
('65 Code, § 1345.02) (Am. Ord. 97-051, passed 7-1-97)