§ 155.400  PURPOSE AND DEFINITION OF BUFFERYARDS.
   (A)   The bufferyard is a unit of yard together with required plantings.  The amount of land and the type and amount of planting specified for each bufferyard required by this chapter are designed to reduce nuisances between adjacent land uses or between a land use and a public road.  The planting units required of bufferyards have been calculated to insure that they do, in fact, function to “buffer.”
   (B)   Bufferyards will be required to separate different land uses from each other in order to eliminate or minimize potential nuisances, such as dirt, litter, noise, glare of lights, signs and unsightly building or parking areas, or to provide spacing to reduce adverse impacts of noise, odor or danger from fires or explosions.
(‘77 Code, § 19-179)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00)