§ 152.078  CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT.
   (A)   The requirement for a conditional use permit for any new animal feedlot or animal feedlot expansion shall be as follows.
      (1)   Zoning districts.
         (a)   Any new animal feedlot or animal feedlot expansion which is required to register under this chapter, proposed in a General Agricultural District shall require a conditional use permit if the proposal causes the facility to meet or exceed 500 animal units.
         (b)   No new animal feedlots or animal feedlot expansion which is required to register under this chapter will be allowed on land zoned Agricultural/Residential (A/R), Urban/Rural Transition (R-1), Suburban Residential (R-2 and R-2a) or Multiple-Family Urban (R-3) Districts.
      (2)   Land use plan districts.
         (a)   Any new animal feedlot or animal feedlot expansion which is required to register under this chapter proposed in a designated Agricultural District shall require a conditional use permit if the proposal causes the facility to meet or exceed 500 animal units.
         (b)   Any new animal feedlot or animal feedlot expansion which is required to register under this chapter proposed in a designated Rural Residential District shall require a conditional use permit with a maximum allowable 300 animal units for a new animal feedlot and 500 animal units for an expansion of an existing animal feedlot.
         (c)   Any animal feedlot expansion which is required to register under this chapter proposed in a designated Residential, Residential Large Lot, Commercial or Industrial District shall require a conditional use permit with a maximum allowable 200 animal units. No new animal feedlots which are required to register under this chapter are allowed in these districts.
         (d)   No new animal feedlots or animal feedlot expansions which are required to register under this chapter shall be allowed in transition areas.
   (B)   All conditional use permit determinations must be reviewed against the district requirements of both the county’s zoning district maps and the county’s land use plan district maps. The more restrictive of the two shall apply for the determination.
(Ord. 06-02, passed 4-4-2006)