§ 154.409  LOADING FACILITIES.
   (A)   Allocation of use.  Space required and allocated for any off-street loading shall not, while so allocated, be used to satisfy the space requirements for off-street parking.  An off-street loading space shall not be used for repairing or servicing of motor vehicles and shall be available for its designated purpose when needed.
   (B)   Location of facility.  A loading space shall not be permitted in any required front, side or rear yard.  Loading spaces may be located within any area between a building which it serves and a required yard.
   (C)   Access driveways. Each required off-street loading space shall be designated for direct vehicular access by means of a driveway, or driveways, to a public street in a manner which shall least interfere with the movement of traffic.
   (D)   Improvements.  All accessory off-street loading spaces shall be improved as required for parking areas as set forth in this subchapter.
   (E)   Schedule of facilities. Off-street loading facilities shall be provided in accordance with the following schedule.
      (1)   Retail sales establishments:
   5,001 to 20,000 square feet   1 berth
   20,001 to 40,000 square feet   2 berths
   40,001 to 100,000 square feet   3 berths
   Each additional 60,000 square feet   1 berth
      (2)   Offices and uses other than retail:
   25,001 to 100,000 square feet   1 berth
   100,001 to 200,000 square feet   2 berths
   200,001 to 350,000 square feet   3 berths
   Each additional 250,000 square feet   1 berth
      (3)   Manufacturing and wholesale:
   5,001 to 30,000 square feet   1 berth
   30,001 to 80,000 square feet   2 berths
   80,001 to 175,000 square feet   3 berths
   Each additional 100,000 square feet   1 berth
   (F)   Minimum height of enclosure.  The minimum height for each enclosure shall be 14 feet.  Each berth shall be at a minimum 14 feet in width and 60 feet in depth.
   (G)   Storage of unlicensed motor vehicle.  No unlicensed motor vehicle, regardless of condition or type, shall be stored or parked in the open, or left ungaraged, in any R-use district for more than 30 days, or for any period of time that added together exceed 30 days.  Unlicensed means the failure to display and attach a valid license plate required by R.C. Chapter 4503, as if such motor vehicle were operated on a public street or highway.
('65 Code, § 1353.05)