1123.13 LIMITED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (I-2). 
   (a)    Purpose. The Limited Industrial District (I-2) is established in recognition of the location and space needs of a broad range of industrial activities diverse in products, operational techniques and size, but possessing compatible development characteristics and seeking similar locations.
   This district is intended to establish a stable industrial environment, free from encroachment by other land uses, where industrial uses can achieve greater economies by sharing necessary services and facilities.
   (b) Permitted Uses. The permitted uses are:
      (1)    Any permitted use of the Restricted Industrial District (I-1), except Section 1123.12 (b)(8) Administrative and Business Offices.
         (Ord. 018-2012. Passed 4-17-12.)
      (2)    Manufacturing.
         2013    Sausages and other prepared meat products.
         202    Dairy products.
         204    Grain mill products.
         208    Beverage industries.
         221    Broad woven fabric mills, cotton.
         222    Broad woven fabric mills, man-made fiber and silk.
         223    Broad woven fabric mills, wool, including dyeing and finishing.
         224    Narrow fabrics and other small wares mills: cotton, wool, silk and man-made fiber.
         225    Knitting mills.
         226    Dyeing and finishing textiles, except wool fabrics and knit goods.
         227    Floor covering mills.
         228    Yarn and thread mills.
         229    Miscellaneous textile goods.
         251    Household furniture.
         252    Office furniture.
         253    Public building and related furniture.
         254    Partitions, shelving, lockers and office and store fixtures.
         259    Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures.
         264    Converted paper and paperboard products, except containers and boxes.
         265    Paperboard containers and boxes.
         313    Boot and shoe cut stock and findings.
         319    Leather goods, not elsewhere classified.
         336    Nonferrous foundries.
         3444    Sheet metal work.
         3591    Machine shops, jobbing and repair.
         363    Household appliances.
         364    Electric lighting and wiring equipment.
         369    Miscellaneous electrical machinery, equipment and supplies.
         393    Musical instruments and parts.
         394    Toys, amusements, sporting and athletic goods.
         395    Pens, pencils and other office and artists' materials.
         396    Costume jewelry, costume novelties, buttons and miscellaneous notions, except precious metal.
         398    Miscellaneous manufacturing industries.
         399    Manufacturing industries, not elsewhere classified.
      (3)    Warehousing, wholesaling and transportation services.
         401    Railroads.
         402    Sleeping car and other passenger car service.
         404    Railway express service.
         421    Trucking, local and long distance.
         422    Public warehousing.
         423    Terminal and joint terminal maintenance facilities for motor freight transportation
         471    Freight forwarding.
         472    Arrangement of transportation.
         474    Rental of railroad cars
         478    Miscellaneous services incidental to transportation.
         501    Motor vehicles and automotive equipment.
         502    Drugs, chemicals and allied products.
         503    Dry goods and apparel.
         504    Groceries and related products.
         505    Farm products, raw materials.
         506    Electrical goods.
         507    Hardware and plumbing and heating equipment and supplies.
         508    Machinery, equipment and supplies.
         509    Miscellaneous wholesalers (except 5093, scrap and waste materials)
      (4)    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.
      (5)    Governmentally owned and/or operated facilities. 
   (c)    Special Permit Uses. The special permit uses are:
      (1)    Any other lawful industrial use compatible to the permitted uses, fulfilling the intent of this district and developed in accordance with the development standards of this district.
      (2)    Commercial establishments, administrative offices and personal and consumer services directly associated with and intended to serve the industrial establishments or their employees.
   (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 provision: A use allowed in this district shall entirely enclose its primary operation within a structure. Open storage and service areas and loading docks shall be screened by walls or fences at least six feet but not more than twelve feet in height. These walls or fences shall have an opaqueness of seventy-five percent or more, so as to effectively conceal production, storage, service and loading operations from adjoining streets and from a Residential zoning district.
      (2)    Lot widths. All lots shall abut a public street or a paved service road for a distance of 100 feet or more and have adequate lot width to provide the yard space required by these area and height regulations.
         (Ord. 68-70. Passed 6-2-70.)
      (3)    Side yards. For main and accessory structures including open storage, service and loading areas, the required side yards shall be not less than one-third the sum of the height and depth of the structure, but in no case shall be less than twenty-five feet from the interior lot line and fifty feet from any residential district.
      (4)    Rear yards. For main and accessory structures including open storage, service and loading areas, the required rear yards shall be not less than one-third the sum of the height and width of the structure, but in no case shall be less than twenty-five feet from the interior lot line and fifty feet from any residential district. (Ord. 164-70. Passed 12-7-71.)
      (5)    Front yards. For main and accessory structures, including open storage, service and loading areas, 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.)