CHAPTER 1129

B-1 Neighborhood Business District

1129.01 Principal permitted uses.
1129.02 Conditional uses.
1129.03 Accessory uses.
1129.04 Required conditions.
1129.05 Height regulations.
1129.06 Lot area, frontage and yard regulations.

CROSS REFERENCES

Billboard or signboard defined - see P. & Z. 1101.04(14)
Height of building defined - see P. & Z. 1101.04(18)
Lot defined - see P. & Z. 1101.04(48) et seq.
Use defined - see P. & Z. 1101.04(87)
Yard defined - see P. & Z. 1101.04(89) et seq.
Established - see P. & Z. 1105.01
B-2 Downtown Business District - see P. & Z. Ch. 1133
B-3 General Business District - see P. & Z. Ch. 1137
Billboards and outdoor advertising - see P. & Z. Ch. 1153


1129.01 PRINCIPAL PERMITTED USES.
Permitted uses include any local retail business or service establishments supplying commodities or performing services primarily for residents of the neighborhood, such as:

(a) Grocery stores, super markets, fruit and vegetable stores, drug stores, hardware stores, dry cleaning shops, barber shops, beauty parlors, retail liquor stores and the like;

(b) Business and professional offices;

(c) Restaurants, soda fountains, ice cream parlors; not including cafes or drive-in restaurants, entertainment or dancing or sale of alcoholic beverages, except on State or Federal highways or on a primary or secondary thoroughfare as shown on the Thoroughfare Plan;

(d) Automobile service stations, minor repair and commercial storage garages, and parking lots, subject to the applicable requirements of Chapters 1145 and 1157;

(e) Billboards and other outdoor advertising signs and structures, provided these are located on premises abutting an officially designated Federal or State highway and subject to the provisions of Chapter 1153;

(f) Any use permitted and as regulated in the residence district adjoining the B-1 District; and if there are adjoining two or more different categories of residence districts, the regulations of the least restrictive residence district shall prevail; and

(g) Any other retail business or service establishment determined by the Board of Zoning Appeals to be of the same general character as the above permitted uses, not including those which are first permitted or are not permitted in the B-2 District.
(Ord. 196. Passed 11-21-63.)


1129.02 CONDITIONAL USES.
The following uses shall be permitted only when specifically authorized by the Board of Zoning Appeals in accordance with the provisions of
Chapter 1193:

(a) Eating and Drinking Places. Cafes and restaurants permitting the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages, but not including entertainment or dancing, provided the principal building wherein such use is located is not less than fifty feet from any R-District.

(b) Self-Service Laundries and Cleaning Establishments. Coin operated self-service laundries and dry cleaning establishments not less than fifty feet from any R-District.
(Ord. 196. Passed 11-21-63.)


1129.03 ACCESSORY USES.
Accessory uses and structures as permitted and regulated in the R-3 District and any other accessory uses and structures customarily accessory and incidental to any of the foregoing permitted B-1 uses may be established or maintained, and also signs accessory to a permitted use on the premises, when attached flat against the building, and the real estate and professional signs, subject to the provisions of Chapter 1153.
(Ord. 196. Passed 11-21-63.)


1129.04 REQUIRED CONDITIONS.

(a) All businesses, services or processing shall be conducted wholly within a completely enclosed building, except for the sale of automotive fuel, lubricants and fluids at service stations, and such outdoor display and storage of vehicles, materials and equipment as hereinbefore specifically authorized as or may be authorized by the Board of Zoning Appeals.

(b) All products on the premises whether primary or incidental shall be sold at retail primarily on the premises were produced.

(c) Processes and equipment employed in goods processed or sold shall be limited to those which are not objectionable by reason of odor, dust, smoke, cinders, gas, fumes, noise, vibration, refuse matter or water-carried waste.

(d) Goods for sale shall consist primarily of new merchandise.
(Ord. 196. Passed 11-21-63.)


1129.05 HEIGHT REGULATIONS.
No principal structure shall exceed two and one-half stories or thirty feet in height, and no accessory structure shall exceed one story or fifteen feet in height, except as provided in Chapter 1177.
(Ord. 196. Passed 11-21-63.)


1129.06 LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REGULATIONS.

The following minimum requirements shall be observed, except as provided in Chapter 1181:

                                                                            Rear
Lot Areas        Frontage    Front Yard Depth    Side Yard Width            Yard Depth

Nonresidential   No          None                No side yard required,     Not less 
Uses: None       Minimum                         except when adjoining      ten feet
                                                 an R-District, then not
                                                 less than ten feet

Residential:     Same as R-3 District

(Ord. 196. Passed 11-21-63.)


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