1123.12 RESTRICTED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (I-1). 
   (a)    Purpose. The Restricted Industrial District (I-1) established to encourage areas of industrial use with architecturally attractive structures surrounded by landscaped yards. Such industrial development may be in close proximity to other land use areas, but is best accomplished at the periphery of such areas.
   This district is intended to define and protect areas suitable to the development of a variety of industrial activities and to set forth development standards for the mutual protection of industrial development and areas for other land use activity in the vicinity.
   (b)    Permitted Uses. The permitted uses are:
      (1)   Manufacturing by (SIC) Standard Industrial Classification.
         203    Canning and preserving fruits, vegetables and sea foods (except 2031 canned and cured sea foods and 2036 fresh or frozen packaged fish).
         205    Bakery products.
         2071    Candy and other confectionery products.
         231    Men's, youths' and boys' suits, coats and overcoats.
         232    Men's, youths' and boys' furnishings, work clothing and allied garments.
         233    Women's, Misses' and juniors' outerwear.
         234    Women's, misses', children's and infants' undergarments.
         235    Hats, caps and millinery.
         236    Girls', children's and infants' outerwear.
         237    Fur goods.
         238    Miscellaneous apparel and accessories.
         239    Miscellaneous fabricated textile products.
         271    Newspapers: publishing, publishing and printing.
         272    Periodicals: publishing, publishing and printing.
         273    Books.
         274    Miscellaneous publishing.
         275    Commercial printing.
         276    Manifold business forms manufacturing.
         277    Greeting card manufacturing.
         278    Bookbinding and related industries.
         279    Service industries for the printing trade.
         283    Drugs.
         314    Footwear, except rubber.
         315    Leather gloves and mittens.
         316    Luggage.
         317    Handbags and other personal leather goods.
         323    Glass products, made of purchased glass.
         366    Communication equipment.
         367    Electronic components and accessories.
         381    Engineering, laboratory and scientific and research instruments and associated equipment.
         382    Instruments for measuring, controlling and indicating physical characteristics.
         383    Optical instruments and lenses.
         384    Surgical, medical and dental instruments and supplies.
         385    Ophthalmic goods.
         386    Photographic equipment and supplies.
         387    Watches, clocks, clockwork operated devices and parts.
         391    Jewelry, silverware and plated ware.
             (Ord. 68-70. Passed 6-2-70.)
      (2)    Wholesaling, warehousing and office.
         502    Drugs, chemicals and allied products.
         503    Dry goods and apparel.
         504    Groceries and related products.
         506    Electrical goods.
         507    Hardware and plumbing and heating equipment and supplies.
         508    Machinery, equipment and supplies.
         5094    Tobacco and its products.
         5095    Beer, wine and distilled alcoholic beverages.
         5096    Paper and its products.
         5097    Furniture and home furnishings.
            (Ord. 20-85. Passed 4-16-85.)
         5099   Public warehousing and storage.
            (Ord. 102-94. Passed 12-20-94; Ord. 41-08. Passed 6-17-08.)
      (3)   Service industries.
         151   General building contractors.
         161   Highway and street construction, except elevated highways.
         162   Heavy construction, except highway and street construction.
         171   Plumbing, heating and air conditioning.
         172   Painting, paper hanging and decorating.
         173   Electrical work.
         174   Masonry, stonework, tilesetting and plastering.
         175   Carpentering and wood flooring.
         176   Roofing and sheet metal work.
         177   Concrete work.
         178   Water well drilling.
         179   Miscellaneous special trade contractors.
      (4)   Commercial establishments, administrative offices and personal and consumer services directly associated with and intended to serve the industrial establishments or their employees.
      (5)   Office use that does not have extensive client visits other than those primarily providing services to customers and clients on the premises.
         (Ord. 20-10. Passed 4-20-10.)
      (6)   Contractor’s office without equipment or material storage not including company passenger vehicles.
         (Ord. 018-2012. Passed 4-17-12.)
      (7)   Professional, scientific and technical operations such as data centers.
         (Ord. 20-10. Passed 4-20-10.)
      (8)   Administrative and business offices not carrying on retail trade with the public, including:
         A.   Brokers and dealers in securities, investments, and associated services, not including commercial banks and savings institution.
         B.   Insurance agents and brokers and associated services.
         C.   Real estate sales and associated services.
         D.   Professional, legal, engineering and architectural services, not including the outside storage of equipment.
         E.   Accounting, auditing and other bookkeeping services.
         F.   Organizations and associations organized on a profit or non-profit basis for promotion of membership interests, including:
            1.   Business associations.
            2.   Professional membership organizations.
      (9)   Showrooms/retail. Retail, not otherwise stated, when associated with a permitted use and not more than 15% of the floor area.
         (Ord. 018-2012. Passed 4-17-12.)
   (c)   Special Permit Uses. The special permit uses are:
      (1)    Laboratories.
         7391 - Research, development and testing laboratories.
      (2)    Permitted Uses of the Limited Industrial District developed in accordance with the provisions of this district.
      (3)    Governmentally owned and/or operated facilities.
      (4)    Public utility rights of way, telecommunication towers and pertinent structures.
      (5)   Specialized automotive paint touch-up, paintless dent removal service for dealers on a contract or fee basis.
 
   (d)    Area and Height Regulations.
      (1)   Intensity of use. Lot size shall be adequate to provide the yard space required by these area and height regulations and the following provisions:
         A.    A use allowed in this district shall operate entirely within an enclosed structure, emitting no dust, smoke, noxious odor or fumes outside this structure and producing a noise level audible at the property line no greater than the average noise level occurring on any adjacent street.
         B.    Open service areas and loading docks shall be screened by walls or fences at least six feet but not more than eight feet in height. These walls or fences shall have an opaqueness of seventy-five percent or more, so as to effectively conceal service and loading operations from adjoining streets and from a Residential zoning district.
      (2)   Lot width. All lots shall abut a public street or paved service road and have adequate lot width to provide the yard space required by these area and height regulations.
      (3)    Side yards. For main and accessory structures, including open service and loading areas, the required side yards shall not be less than one-third the sum of the height and depth of the structure, but in no case shall be less than fifteen feet from the interior lot line and twenty-five feet from any Residential zoning district.
      (4)    Rear yards. For main and accessory structures, the required rear yards shall be not less than one-third of the height and width of the structure, but in no case shall be less than fifteen feet from any interior lot line and twenty-five feet from any Residential zoning district.
      (5)    Front yards. For main and accessory structures, the required front yard shall not be less than seventy-five feet.
      (6)    Maximum building height. The maximum building height shall be thirty-five feet.
      (7)    Area regulations. The area regulations shall be as regulated by Chapter 1125 .
      (8)    Parking, loading and garages. Parking, loading and garage regulations shall be as regulated by Chapter 1126 .
      (9)    Signs. Sign regulations shall be as regulated by Chapter 1127 .
         (Ord. 68-70. Passed 6-2-70; Ord. 34-95. Passed 6-6-95; Ord. 60-97. Passed 10-7-97; Ord. 78-98. Passed 9-15-98; Ord. 18-02. Passed 4-16-02; Ord. 31-06. Passed 5-2-06.)