Town of McCandless, PA
Allegheny County
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[2-25-2019 by Ord. No. 1485[1]]
The purpose of the C-6 Light Industrial District is to provide areas of mixed-use development, wholesale establishments, personal storage facilities, light industrial uses, including medical marijuana growers/processors, and research and development plants in a unified manner. It is desired to encourage innovation in development planning by allowing an intermixing of compatible light industrial, commercial, and multifamily residential uses in an integrated complex and to effect conservation and more-efficient use of available land and public services. Such developments shall be subject to final site development approval by Council. Light industrial uses shall be completely within buildings and shall not involve processes generating smoke, fumes, odors, dust, noise or vibrations in an amount noticeable outside the building.
[1]
Editor’s Note: This ordinance also provided for the repeal of former Art. 1337, C-6 Industrial District, adopted 7-3-1978 by Ord. No. 741, as amended.
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The required standards are:
(a)
Gross lot area
one acre minimum.
(b)
Lot width at building line
100 feet minimum
(c)
Front yard depth:
Abutting R-1 and R-2 Districts and streets abutting such districts
200 feet minimum
Abutting R-3, R-4 and R-5 Districts and streets abutting such districts
100 feet minimum
Abutting all other zoning districts and/or all other streets abutting such districts
50 feet minimum
(d)
Rear yard depth and/or side yard widths:
Abutting R-1 and R-2 Districts and streets abutting such districts
200 feet minimum
Abutting R-3, R-4 and R-5 Districts and streets abutting such districts
100 feet minimum
Abutting all other zoning districts and/or all other streets abutting such districts
50 feet minimum
(e)
Bufferyards shall be established in accordance with § 1314.04 and Subsection (e)(1) through (4) below.
(1)
Adjacent to residential districts and street rights-of-way abutting these districts: Bufferyard I.
(2)
Adjacent to all other street rights-of-way: Bufferyard F.
(3)
Adjacent to commercial and institutional districts: Bufferyard A.
(4)
Structures required as part of a prescribed bufferyard may use the equivalent structures provided for in § 1314.04(d)(5).
(f)
Dwelling unit density per acre of net lot area:
(1)
Garden apartments: 14 maximum.
(g)
Maximum building footprint: 150,000 square feet.
(h)
Maximum total building area square footage: 200,000 square feet.
(i)
Maximum height: 85 feet.
(j)
Building coverage shall not exceed 25% of gross lot area.
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Access shall be from an arterial or collector street. A marginal access street shall be provided if its use will reduce the number of curb cuts on the arterial or collector street as determined by Council.
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The applicant shall cause a transportation impact study (TIS) to be performed in accordance with Policies and Procedures for Transportation Impact Studies (related to Highway Occupancy Permits), Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Bureau of Highway Safety and Traffic Engineering, dated January 28, 2009, as amended or replaced, and shall apply the TIS to state, county, Town and private roads impacted by the development as determined by the Town. The TIS shall be submitted to the Town and the Town Engineer, and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Allegheny County, if applicable, for review and approval prior to action on a proposed development by Town Council. The applicant shall be required to mitigate any adverse impacts identified by the TIS as a result of the development at the applicant's expense.
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See § 1341.21 of the Zoning Code.
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See § 1341.24 of the Zoning Code.