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(A) General. The C-1 Commercial District has been created specifically for the Town’s downtown core. It is designed to serve the entire community and provide an area for the primary retail center as well as for offices, governmental facilities and personal service establishments.
(B) Use regulations.
(1) Permitted uses. No building or land shall be used and no building shall be erected, reconstructed or structurally altered to be used for any purpose other than a use which is permitted in Table 1 of this chapter.
(C) Height regulations. No building shall hereafter be erected, reconstructed or structurally altered to exceed 35 feet in height, nor shall it exceed three stories. No accessory building shall exceed 20 feet in height.
(D) Yard regulations.
(1) Front yard. There shall be no front yard required.
(2) Side yard. There shall be no side yard required. However, if a side yard is provided, there shall be not less than five feet in width between the side lot line and the building or the furthermost projection thereof.
(3) Rear yard. There shall be no rear yard required.
(F) Visibility clearance. Vision clearance shall be in accordance with the provisions of § 156.121 of this chapter.
(G) Off-street parking and loading requirements. Off-street parking and loading are not a requirement of this district; however, if provided, they shall meet the design and maintenance requirements in accordance with § 156.122 of this chapter.
(H) Sign regulations. Sign regulations shall be in accordance with the provisions of § 156.123 of this chapter.
(I) Special conditions. Apartment dwellings shall be prohibited below a commercial establishment or in an accessory building. Apartment dwellings shall be permitted above a commercial establishment.
(J) Approval of site plan. Site plan approval by the Plan Commission shall be required prior to issuance of a building permit for any new structure or major addition to an existing structure in accordance with the provisions of § 156.041 of this chapter.
(Ord. 9-80, passed 12-15-1980)