Add 2.5.4.B for attached garages; clarify that attached garages may not project in front of the front line of the dwelling, even on waterfront lots, unless the following conditions are met, in addition to the conditions specified for detached garages: 1. The upper level(s) contain habitable space 2. The frontage requirement in Section 4.4 is met city
and D Manufacturing and Production, Warehousing, and Wholesaling and Distribution into one use Combine into Manufacturing, Warehousing and Distribution use type; keep conditions in specific zones and modify definitions to accommodate. city based on development committee comment
add exception d. stating: Dry boat storage is considered self-service storage when it is a primary use. city 3.7.1.F.3 Dry Storage as an example of Water- and Marine- Oriented Facilities This should be an accessory use and only permitted in association with a marina. Dry Storage Facilities as stand- alone uses should be considered Self Service Storage (associated change to 3.6.1.F.3). city 3.7.2.A.1 Address limo and taxi services in T5-UC; they should be associated with a building Add 3.7.2.A.1.g: Limousine and Taxi Services: In T5-UC, limousine and taxi services are only permitted as accessory uses to offices housing the business operation. All vehicles associated with the business shall be meet the setback and screening standards for a parking lot. city based on issue
city 3.8.1.B.2 Retail- add as an accessory use Add retail to the list 3.8.1.C.2 Retail and Restaurants - add as accessory uses Add retail and restaurants to the list 3.8.1.F.2 Retail and Restaurants - add as accessory uses Add retail and restaurants to the list
Modify 3.8.2.A, B, and C to add this language city based on question 3.11.2 This section is being reorganized for clarity. Additional sheds and garages are proposed; a side/rear setback reduction is proposed for sheds on small lots; the 15' setback from the primary structure is being modified per the Fire Marshal and Building Codes; decks are added to this section for clarity; greenhouses are being added see mock-up city and applicants Page 3 of 6 updated 6/7/18 by LK
Add 3.12.2.I Farmers Markets: Farmers markets shall comply with the following standards: i. Farmers Markets are permitted in T4-N, T5-UC, RMX, IC, and LI Districts ii. An on-site manager is required iii. On-site temporary signage is permitted on the day of the market. This includes, but is not limited to, sandwich board signs, easels, and banners meeting the requirements in Article 6. iii. A management plan is required, stating the following: a. The regular days and hours of operation on a weekly or monthly basis b. A site plan including the following items: i. Parking for vendors and customers shall be clearly delineated ii. Location, size and quantity of vendor areas iii. Location for sanitation facilities, if desired. These shall be in place during the day of the market only. iv. Signage v. Location of trash/recycling containers vi. Temporary or permanent electricity sources vii. Rules and Regulations for vendors and the market in general c. Storage of tents, kiosks, vans, trailers or other market equipment is not permitted on-site when the marked is not open. d. At least 60 of the vendors shall sell Farm Products , the majority of which shall be sold direct to consumer. Farm Products are defined as fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, herbs, nuts, eggs, honey or other bee products, flowers, plants, meat, milk, cheese and other dairy products, fish, and value-added products containing the above-mentioned items. Brokers, participants who have bought any farm products from a grower and do not grow anything themselves, are not permitted. e. Up to 40 of vendors may sell prepared foods. The majority of their sales shall be sold direct to consumer. g. A plan for trash/recycling disposal. city 4.2.2 Building Design Standards applicability add provision that these standards apply as conditions to any subdivision variance in T3 zoning districts city 4.2.2 Building Design Standards applicability add provision that these standards apply to any subdivision greater than 15 acres city
Process for review of Major Subdivisions Modify the review of Major Subdivisions as follows: -increase the threshold for major subdivision review to 10 acres or greater -modify the process to require a sketch plan, then Preliminary Plat, then Final Plat. Sketch Plan would continue to go to the Planning Commission. Prelminary and Final Plat would be reviewed by the staff via the TRC. -add posting requirements to match the county. Properties requesting a Major Subdivision would be posted 15 days prior to the MPC meeting city
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2. To encourage the subdivision of existing double-frontage residential lots into two single- frontage residential lots, the minimum lot size for such lots may be reduced to 75 of the minimum lot size for the district, as established in Section 2.4.
F. Certain buildings (such as gymnasiums, religious institutions, theatres, etc.) may require finished floor-to-ceiling heights greater than 15 feet. In such instances, the number of stories shall be calculated as the finished floor-to-ceiling height (in feet) divided by 15. Any fractions of a story shall be rounded up to the next whole number. G. Specific to T5-DC: The maximum height at the property line shall be 3 stories, and the maximum height 15 feet behind the property line, or front line of the building, shall be 4 stories.
2.6.4 DIMENSIONAL HEIGHT STANDARDS Height requirements for signs, lighting, landscape screens, and all other structures or objects for which a dimensional height requirement is established by this Code shall be measured as the vertical distance from the average sidewalk or site grade at the structure or object s foundation to its highest point.
and general welfare of the public through the preservation, protection, and enhancement of the old, historic or architecturally significant structures and areas of the City and to maintain such structures and areas as visible reminders of the history and cultural heritage of the City, the state, and the nation. The Historic District is a pedestrian-oriented area.
F. T4-Neighborhood Artisan (A): This use is permitted with conditions only in the T4-Neighborhood Artisan (T4-NA) District. Conditions may be listed in the Additional Standards section as appropriate. Other uses permitted in the general T4-N district may have special conditions for T4-NA; those conditions are also listed in the additional standards section as appropriate. G. Prohibited Uses ( ): The use is prohibited in the specified district.
Vehicle and Boat Sales and Rental A C P 3.7.2.A Drive-Thru Facility C C SE 3.7.2.B Fuel Sales / Car Wash C C P 3.7.2.C Minor Vehicle Service and Repair C C C P 3.7.2.D Major Vehicle Service and Repair A C C P 3.7.2.E Parking, Commercial, Surface C C P P P P 3.7.2.F Parking, Structure RF P P P P P Passenger Terminals SE P P 3.7.2.G Water/Marine-Oriented Facilities P P P P P
1. Developments with Multiple Principal Uses: When all principal uses of a development fall within one use category, the entire development is assigned to that use category. When the principal uses of a development fall within different use categories, each principal use is classified in the applicable category and each use is subject to all applicable regulations for that category.
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