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It is the intent of this chapter to restrict as home occupations all uses except those that conform to the standards set forth in this chapter. In general, a home occupation is an accessory use so located and conducted that the average neighbor, under normal circumstances would not be aware of its existence other than for a nameplate as permitted in Section 1149.03(l). The standards for home occupations in this chapter are intended to insure compatibility with other permitted uses and with the residential character of the neighborhood, and to ensure a clearly secondary or incidental status in relation to the residential use of the main building. Notwithstanding the provisions of this chapter, certain special uses may be permitted in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 1148 of this Code.
(Ord. 33-93. Passed 7-25-94.)