§ 225-57Permitted uses.
§ 225-58Special exception uses.
§ 225-59Conditional uses.
§ 225-60Lot requirements.
Permitted uses are as follows:
Private community facilities, recreation areas and other common area improvements normally associated with residential development.
Public or private conservation areas and uses for the conservation of open space, water, soil and wildlife resources including State or County sponsored agricultural and/or conservation districts.
Stores for the retail sale of household commodities, such as food, drugs, confectionery, hardware, clothing, household appliances, flowers, dry goods, furniture, books, stationery, newspaper and magazines, jewelry, radios, televisions, musical instruments, video and audio recording and playback devices, and other such goods normally used in a household, not including motor vehicles.
Personal service establishments.
Business or professional offices.
Financial institutions without drive-up windows.
Studios or galleries for teaching dancing, art, music or other similar cultural pursuits.
Hotels and motels.
Bed and breakfast home.
Museums charted as nonprofit.
Public parks, playgrounds and recreation facilities not operated for private profit.
Municipal buildings and uses.
Public or nonprofit fire services and public or nonprofit emergency services.
Restaurants except those restaurants which are commonly referred to as fast food restaurants.
Group child care facility.
Indoor motion picture theaters.
Performing arts theaters.
Dry cleaning service.
Commercial parking lot or structure.
Private parking lot or structure.
Accessory uses customarily incidental to the principal use.
Conditional uses are as follows:
Lot and density criteria for residential uses. All buildings intended for residential use, in whole or in part, shall comply with the regulations set forth in Articles VIII, IX and X, as they apply to various types of residential uses with respect to lot area, density, yard area, vegetative cover, impervious cover, building height, lot width, lot depth and minimum distance between principal buildings.
Minimum lot area: none.
Maximum F.A.R. for uses other than residential: 0.30 per net developable acre, except that for hotels or motels erected after the effective date of this amendment
Minimum yard area depth.
Front: 25 feet or 1/2 of adjacent street right-of-way, whichever is greater, except that for hotels or motels erected after the effective date of this amendment
Rear: 45 feet.
Side: six feet.
Minimum vegetative cover: 30%, except that for hotels and motels erected after the effective date of this amendment
Maximum impervious cover: 60%, except that for hotels and motels erected after the effective date of this amendment
Principal use: 40 feet, except that for hotels or motels erected after the effective date of this amendment
Detached accessory use: 20 feet.
Minimum lot width: 40 feet.
Minimum lot depth: 100 feet.