(A)   For the purpose of this chapter, a HOME OCCUPATION shall be interpreted as an occupation or hobby carried on by a member of the immediate family residing on the premises which is clearly incidental to the use of the dwelling unit for residential purposes. The home occupation shall be carried on wholly within the principal building or an existing accessory building.
   (B)   No person may be employed other than a member of the immediate family.
   (C)   There shall be no indication from the exterior that the building is being utilized for any purpose other than that of a residence.
   (D)   No sign shall be permitted other than a nameplate, no larger than two square feet in area, mounted flush against the structure.
   (E)   No commodity shall be sold on the premises.
   (F)   No electric or mechanical equipment shall be installed or maintained other than such customarily incidental to domestic use.
   (G)   Doctors’ offices, dentists’ offices, barber shops, beauty shops, kennels, among other uses shall not be deemed to be “home occupations”.
(Ord. 9-80, passed 12-15-1980)