§ 1282.18   GROUND SATELLITE STATIONS.
   (a)   Permit required.  No person shall erect a ground satellite station in the village without first securing a permit therefor in accordance with this section.
   (b)   Application required.  The owner or occupant of any lot, premises or parcel of land within the village who desires to construct or erect a satellite dish at any location within the village shall apply to the Zoning Inspector of the village for a permit therefor.
   (c)   Requirements for approval.  The Zoning Inspector shall issue such permit, provided that the following conditions are met.
      (1)   The applicant submits a written application upon forms furnished by the village, with a plot plan of the lot, premises or parcel attached, showing the exact location satellite dish, a description of the kind of satellite dish, the plans and specifications showing elevations where the dish is to be erected and elevations of the dish itself, and sufficient details to show the method of assembly and construction.  The plans and specifications shall give the address of the work and the name and address of the owner of the property and of the person who prepared the plans and specifications.  Each applicant shall indicate the owner of the premises, the occupant of the premises and the contractor or other person to be permitted to construct or erect the proposed satellite dish.
      (2)   The applicant meets all the requirements of § 1282.18 of these zoning regulations.
   (d)   Stations in residential districts.  Within the residential districts, the following provisions shall apply to ground satellite stations.
      (1)   Such ground stations or antennae shall be for the personal use of residents.
      (2)   Such ground stations or antennae shall contain no graphic message or advertising other than the brand name of the dish as it appeared at the time of purchase.
      (3)   Ground-mounted stations or antennae shall be considered accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements.
         A.   Such stations or antennae not mounted on the roof of a primary or accessory structure shall be located to the rear of the principal building or structure and shall not exceed an above grade height of 14 feet.
         B.   Such stations or antennae shall be subject to the side and rear yard setback requirements applicable to accessory buildings.
         C.   Such stations or antennae shall be mounted in a concrete base in line with grade and only metal supports of galvanized construction shall be used.
         D.   Wiring between such stations and any other structure shall be placed underground in accordance with applicable village codes and standards.
         E.   Such stations or antennae shall be designed to withstand wind force of up to 70 miles per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
      (4)   Roof-mounted stations or antennae shall be considered accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements:
         A.   Such stations or antennae shall be mounted directly on the roof of a primary or accessory structure and shall not be mounted on appurtenances such as chimneys, towers or spires.
         B.   Such stations or antennae mounted on the roof of a primary or accessory structure shall not exceed a height of greater than three feet above the roof on which they are mounted.  The height shall be measured vertically from the point at which such station or antenna is mounted on the roof.
         C.   The diameter of any dish antenna mounted upon the roof of a primary or accessory structure shall not exceed three feet.
         D.   Such stations or antennae shall be designed to withstand a wind force of up to 70 miles per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
   (e)   Stations in nonresidential districts.  Within nonresidential districts, the following shall apply to ground satellite stations.
      (1)   Such ground stations or antennae shall contain no graphic messages or advertising.
      (2)   Ground-mounted stations or antennae shall be considered accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements.
         A.   Such stations or antennae not mounted on the roof of primary or accessory structure shall be located to the rear of the principal building or structure on the property where the station is located and shall not exceed an above-ground height of 14 feet.
         B.   Such stations or antennae shall not be located within 50 feet of a public right-of-way or within 30 feet of a rear or side lot line and shall not be closer than 50 feet from a lot line or a residential district.
         C.   Such stations or antennae shall be mounted in a concrete base in line with grade and only metal supports of galvanized construction shall be used.
         D.   Wiring between such stations and any other structure shall be placed underground in accordance with applicable village codes and standards.
         E.   Such stations or antennae shall be designed to withstand wind force of up to 70 miles per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
      (3)   Roof-mounted stations or antennae shall be considered accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements.
         A.   Such stations or antennae shall be mounted directly on the roof of a primary or accessory structure and shall not be mounted on appurtenances such as chimneys, towers or spires.
         B.   Such stations or antennae mounted on the roof of a primary or accessory structure shall not exceed a height of 12 feet above the roof on which they are mounted. The height shall be measured vertically from the point at which such station or antenna is mounted on the roof.
         C.   Such stations or antennae shall be designed to withstand a wind force of up to 70 miles per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
(Ord. 652, passed 11-8-1999)