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Reasonable conditions may be imposed on the approval of a conditional land use in order to achieve the following:
(a) Ensure public services and facilities affected by the proposed use or activity will be capable of accommodating increased service and facility loads necessitated by the proposed use.
(b) Ensure that the use is compatible with adjacent conforming land uses and activities.
(c) Protect natural resources; the health, safety, and welfare; and the social and economic well being of those who will use the land use or activity under consideration; residents, business owners and landowners immediately adjacent to the proposed use or activity; and the community as a whole.
(d) Relate to the valid exercise of the police power and purposes which are affected by the proposed use or activity.
(e) Meet the purpose of the zoning code, be in compliance with the standards established in the code for the land use or activity under consideration, and be in compliance with the zoning district standards.
(Ord. 2013-19. Passed 9-16-13.)