1 Owings Town Center Owings Town Center Core District Edge District Village District Article 3 Page 77
2 KEY TO LAND USE CHARTS: A blank indicates the use is not permitted SC Permitted use subject to special exception if it meets conditions P Permitted Use S1 C S Permitted Use if it meets certain conditions Permitted Use subject to special exception from the Board of Appeals S2 Permitted Use subject to special exception if less than 150 feet from a residential building or site where there is an active house permit or an established Historic District. Permitted Use subject to special exception if less than 300 feet from a residential building or site where there is an active house permit or an established Historic District. USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES AGRITOURISM, ECO-TOURISM, AND HERITAGE TOURISM USES EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Agritourism Enterprise 2. Campground, Farm 3. Canoe or Kayak Launching Site, Commercial 4. Commercial Kitchen, Farm 5. Ecotourism Enterprise 6. Farm Support Business, Less than 5,000 square feet 7. Farm Support Business, More than 5,000 square feet 8. Heritage Trail Displays 9. Hunting Service 10. Public Events/Public Assemblies on Farmland 11. Rental Facilities on Farms 12. Sports Practice Fields on a Farm Article 3 Page 78
3 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - AGRICULTURAL EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Animal Husbandry C C C 2. Aquaculture, Freshwater and Land-based 3. Aquaculture, Marine/Estuarine 4. Commercial Greenhouse, Retail P P P 5. Commercial Greenhouse, Wholesale P P P 6. Commercial Kennel, with indoor facilities only 7. Commercial Kennel, with outdoor facilities 8. Commercial or Non-Profit Stable or Horseback-Riding Club 9. Commercial Raising of Dangerous or Wild Animals 10. Commercial Raising of Fur-bearing Animals 11. Farm P P P 12. Farm Brewery 13. Farm Building P P P 14. Farm Distillery 15. Farm Stand C C C 16. Farm Winery 17. Field Crops P P P 18. Forest Product Processing 19. Garden Center or Farm Supply Store P P P 20. Livestock Auction and/or Sales Barn, Commercial 21. Livestock Auction by a Non-Profit Organization or Farm Owner 22. Nursery, Retail P P P 23. Nursery, Wholesale P P P 24. Tree Farming 25. Veterinary Hospital or Clinic, Livestock P P 26. Veterinary Hospital or Clinic, Small Animals or Household Pets C C Article 3 Page 79
4 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - RESIDENTIAL EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Apartment, Accessory C C C 2. Apartment, Accessory for Resident Watchman/Caretaker P P P 3. Apartment, Attached to a Business (3/25/08) P P P 4. Assisted Living Facility 5. Bed & Breakfast Facility with up to 2 Bedrooms in Use C C C 6. Bed & Breakfast Facility with 3 to 5 Bedrooms in Use C C C 7. Boarding House C C C 8. Dwelling, Attached: Duplex C C C 9. Dwelling, Attached: Fourplex 10. Dwelling, Attached: Multi-family P P 11. Dwelling, Attached: Townhouse P P 12. Dwelling, Attached: Triplex 13. Dwelling, Single Family Detached P P P 14. Group Home P P P 15. Liveaboards 16. Lodgers in Residence (no more than 3) P P P 17. Manufactured Home Community 18. Manufactured Home For Resident Watchman/Caretaker 19. Manufactured Home on Individual Lot 20. Manufactured Home or Recreational Vehicle (Emergency) C C C 21. Manufactured Home Subdivision 22. Manufactured Home, Farm 23. Tenant House C C 24. Tenant Houses, Additional (no more than 2 additional) SC SC Article 3 Page 80
5 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - COMMERCIAL RETAIL EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Agricultural Machinery, Service and/or Supplies P 2. Antiques Sales P P P 3. Art Gallery P P 4. Artisans and Crafters Market C C 5. Auction Building P P 6. Boat Dealership P 7. Farmers' Market P P 8. Flea Market by Non-profit Organization P P 9. Home Improvement Center, less than 25,000 square feet P 10. Manufactured Home Dealer 11. Mobile Food Sales C C 12. Retail Commercial Building with Drive-up Facility C 13. Retail Commercial Building P P 14. Retail Commercial Sale or Display Area, Outdoor C C 15. Seasonal Retail Sales or Display Area, Outdoor (7/12/13) C C 16. Watermen s Market C C Article 3 Page 81
6 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - BUSINESS & PERSONAL SERVICE EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Boat Service and/or Repair 2. Boat Storage, Commercial S 3. Boatel 4. Commercial Kitchen (not associated with an Eating Establishment) P P 5. Commercial Pier 6. Commercial Trade or Business School P P 7. Corporate Headquarters P P 8. Crematorium P P 9. Eating Establishment with Drive-up Facility 10. Eating Establishment without Drive-up Facility P P 11. Entertainment Business, Adult 12. Flex Space Business SC SC 13. Funeral Home P P 14. Home Occupation - All Employed are Residents C C C 15. Home Occupation with up to 2 Equivalent Full-time non-resident employees SC C C 16. Laundry, Industrial 17. Laundry/Laundromat P P 18. Motel or Hotel P 19. Office, Non-Medical, Medical or Clinic P P 20. Office Support Services, including printing, copying, faxing, internetworking, etc. P P 21. Personal Services P P 22. Tavern, Nightclub, Lounge, Dance Hall S P 23. Tavern, Nightclub, Lounge, Dance Hall with Outdoor Facilities such as Bars Article 3 Page 82
7 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - RECREATION EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Campground and/or Recreational Vehicle Camp, Non-Farm 2. Carnival, Fair or Circus Temporary, On Less than Five Acres SC SC 3. Carnival, Fair or Circus Temporary, On More than Five Acres SC 4. Commercial or Non-Profit Meeting Hall, Banquet Hall S S 5. Convention Center S S 6. Drive-in Theatre 7. Golf Course 8. Golf, Driving Range 9. Golf, Miniature S S 10. Indoor Commercial Amusements: Arcade, Pool Hall, Bingo Hall P 11. Indoor Commercial Amusements: Bowling, Skating Rink, Theatre P P 12. Indoor Commercial Amusements: Fitness Center P P 13. Indoor Commercial Amusements: Studio, Commercial-Performing Arts P P 14. Indoor Commercial Amusements: Swimming Pool, Athletic Courts P P 15. Marina 16. Outdoor Recreation Facility, such as Swimming Pools, Athletic Courts C C 17. Retreat, Day S S 18. Studio, Commercial P P 19. Target Range, Indoor (9/9/14) C C C 20. Target Range, Outdoor 21. Target Range, Institutional (9/9/14) C C C Article 3 Page 83
8 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Mini-Storage P P 2. Warehouse, Indoor P 3. Warehouse, Outdoor C 4. Wholesale Lumber and/or Other Building Materials 5. Wholesaling, Indoor Only USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - MOTOR VEHICLE & RELATED SERVICES EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Automobile Filling Station SC C 2. Automobile Filling Station with Convenience Store and/or Eating Establishment SC C 3. Automobile Parking Lot/Garage as a Principal Use P P 4. Automobile Parts Dismantling and/or Storage 5. Automobile Repair/Service Shop without fuel sales SC 6. Bus lot or garage S 7. Car Wash SC 8. Commuter Parking Lot P P 9. Inoperative Vehicle, 1 per lot P P P 10. Inoperative Vehicles, 2 per lot 11. Motor Vehicle Accessory Shop C C 12. Motor Vehicle Dealership - New or Used S S 13. Other Motor Vehicle Related Uses including: 14. Bus depot, taxi service S 15. Vehicle rental or leasing S S 16. Park-and-Sell Lot S S 17. Parking of Commercial Motor Vehicles C C C 18. Storage of Motor Vehicles 19. Truck, Bus and Diesel Service and Repair Shop 20. Truck Terminal 21. Vehicle Ferry Service Article 3 Page 84
9 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES - INDUSTRIAL EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Agricultural/Seafood/Livestock Processing Plant 2. Asphalt Plant 3. Commercial Fuel Storage Business 4. Commercial Recycling Facility 5. Distillation of Alcohol as a Fuel, Commercial 6. Distillation of Alcohol as a Fuel On a Farm for Farm Use Only C C C 7. Grain Elevator 8. Kiln, Wood-drying 9. Landfill, Land-Clearing Debris 10. Landfill, Rubble 11. Landfill, Sanitary 12. Manufacturing and/or Assembly, Heavy 13. Manufacturing and/or Assembly, Light, Less than 5,000 square feet SC C 14. Manufacturing and/or Assembly, Light, More than 5,000 square feet SC SC 15. Manufacturing and/or Assembly of Watercraft, Commercial 16. Outdoor Storage in Connection with Commercial and/or Industrial Uses C C 17. Power Generating Facility, Accessory to a Residence or Business C C C 18. Power Generating Facility, Commercial S 19. Research & Development Facility, Environmental P P 20. Research & Development Facility, Other P P 21. Salvage and/or Junk Yard 22. Sand, Gravel or Mineral Extraction and Processing 23. Sand, Gravel or Mineral Extraction (No Processing) 24. Sawmill, Commercial 25. Sawmill, Portable 26. Storage of Machinery & Equipment in Connection With Excavating and/or Contracting Business C 27. Wind Energy System, Accessory to a Residence or Business (10/13/10) C C C 28. Wind Energy System, Commercial (10/13/10) Article 3 Page 85
10 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES INSTITUTIONAL EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. College or University P P 2. Continuing Care Retirement Community (8/27/14) C C C 3. Day Care Center P P P 4. Elementary or Secondary School P P 5. Fire and/or Rescue Service P 6. Hospital 7. Library P P P 8. Museum P P P 9. Nursing or Convalescent Home P P P 10. Place of Worship, Parish Hall, Convent, Monastery or Rectory P P P 11. Public or Governmental Building P P 12. Public or Non-profit Park and/or Recreation Area Including: Tennis Courts, Swimming Pools, Athletic Fields, etc. P P P 13. Public Utility Lines & Accessory Structures 14. Solid Waste Collection Site S 15. Temporary Structure Incidental to School (classroom relocatable) P P 16. Wastewater Treatment Facility C 17. Water Supply Treatment Facility P Article 3 Page 86
11 USE # OWINGS TABLE OF LAND USES UNCLASSIFIED EDGE VILLAGE CORE 1. Accessory Building or Use 1 P P P 2. Airport or Landing Field 3. Cemetery or Memorial Garden P P P 4. SEE SECTION 3-3 OF THE CALVERT Communications Towers & Antennas (Government, Commercial & Private) COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE 5. Dock, Pier, Private 6. Flea Market by Non-Profit Organization P P 7. Garage Sale, Yard Sale or Estate Sale C C C 8. Heliport 9. Household Pets P P P 10. Livestock Kept as Pets C C C 11. Model Home C C 12. Structure for the Keeping of Animals (on non-farm properties) P P P 13. Temporary Recreational Vehicle at Construction site (for watchman) P P 14. Temporary Structure Incidental to Construction (non-residential) C C 15. Temporary Structure Incidental to Sales or Rentals in New Residential or Commercial Developments (sales trailer) 16. Unoccupied Recreational Vehicle C C 17. Wild or Dangerous Animals Kept as Pets 1 Definition: A use or structure on the same lot with, and of a nature customarily incidental to a principal structure, including private garages, tool sheds, home workshops, artists studios, woodworker shops, bicycle repair/shop, pottery making shop, furniture refinishing shop, and other similar small scale uses or structures conducted or used for gain or not by the occupant of the same lot. A use may be deemed an accessory use on community open space if it is for the use of the residents of the community only and is not open to the public. A drive-up or drive-through service window is not an accessory use or structure to any use. Article 3 Page 87
12 A Owings Town Center Conditional Uses The following are conditions imposed upon land uses indicated in Section , Table of Land Uses. If a use is listed as conditional in the Land Use Tables (indicated by a C or an SC ), and no conditions are listed below, the conditions listed in Section 3-1 of the Calvert County Zoning Ordinance (CCZO) apply. The conditions listed below are unique to the Owings Town Center. Note: This section of the Owings Town Center Zoning Ordinance has been renumbered for consistency with the Calvert County Zoning Ordinance. Agricultural Use #1 Agricultural Use #26 Agricultural Use #15 Residential Use #1 Residential Use #5 Residential Use #6 Residential Use #7 Residential Use #8 Residential Use #20 Residential Use #23 Residential Use #24 Commercial Retail Use #4 Commercial Retail Use #11 Commercial Retail Use #12 Commercial Retail Use #14(7/?12/13) Commercial Retail Use #15(7/12/13) Commercial Retail Use #16 (7/12/13) Business & Personal Services Use #12 Business & Personal Services Use #14 Business & Personal Services Use #15 Recreation Use #2 Recreation Use #3 Recreation Use #16 Animal Husbandry See CCZO for conditions. Veterinary Hospital or Clinic, Small Animals or Household Pets See CCZO for conditions Farm Stand See CCZO for conditions. Apartment, Accessory See CCZO for conditions. Bed & Breakfast Facility with up to 2 Bedrooms in Use See CCZO for conditions. Bed & Breakfast Facility with 3 to 5 Bedrooms in Use See CCZO for conditions. Boarding House, provided that: 1. An owner lives on the premises; and 2. the facility is a part of the dwelling unit with the exception that existing non-conforming guesthouses may be used; and 3. no separate kitchens are provided; and 4. adequate off-street parking is provided; and 5. Fire Marshall and Health Department approvals are obtained; and 6. an Occupancy Permit for such use is obtained. Dwelling, Attached: Duplex See CCZO for conditions (those conditions imposed in the Residential District shall apply in the Town Center). Manufactured Home or Recreational Vehicle (Emergency) See CCZO for conditions. Tenant House See CCZO for conditions. Tenant Houses, Additional (no more than 2 additional) See CCZO for conditions. Artisans and Crafters Market See CCZO for conditions. Mobile Food Sales See CCZO for conditions. Retail Commercial Building with Drive-up Facility, provided that the drive-up / drive through travelway is an alley. Retail Commercial Sale or Display Area, Outdoor See CCZO for conditions. Seasonal Retail Sales or Display Area, Outdoor See CCZO for conditions. Watermen s Market See CCZO for conditions. Flex Space Business, provided that: 1. the conditions of the Calvert County Zoning Ordinance for Flex Space Businesses are met; and 2. if the use involves light manufacturing and/or assembly, the conditions of the Owings Town Center Zoning Ordinance for Light Manufacturing and Assembly are met. Home Occupation - All Employed are Residents See CCZO for conditions. Home Occupation with up to 2 Equivalent Full-time non-resident employees See CCZO for conditions. Carnival, Fair or Circus Temporary, On Less than Five Acres See CCZO for conditions. Carnival, Fair or Circus Temporary, On More than Five Acres See CCZO for conditions. Outdoor Recreation Facility, such as Swimming Pools, Athletic Courts See CCZO for conditions. Article 3 Page 88
13 Recreation Use #19 (9/9/14) Recreation Use #21 (9/9/14) Commercial Wholesale Use #3 Target Range, Indoor- See CCZO for conditions. Target Range Institutional- see CCZO for conditions Warehouse, Outdoor, provided that the storage is completely screened from neighboring properties and public rights-of-way. Motor Vehicle Use #1 Motor Vehicle Use #2 Motor Vehicle Use #5 Motor Vehicle Use #7 Motor Vehicle Use #11 Motor Vehicle Use #17 Industrial Use #5 Industrial Use #13 Industrial Use #14 Automobile Filling Station, provided that the following conditions are met: 1. No fuel pump, oil draining pit, or other visible appliance for servicing automobiles is located within 25 feet of the front lot line, 2. Fuel pumps and service bays are located to the rear of the building, 3. No structure or building is erected within 80 feet of any dwelling (neither setback may be reduced), 4. No new service bay openings shall face a right-of-way, 5. No more than five inoperative vehicles and/or junk cars are allowed, except those which are 100 percent screened from adjoining properties and rights-of-way, 6. Junk vehicles shall be removed after 30 days, and 7. The provisions concerning inoperative vehicles and junk cars will go into effect immediately for new development and within one year for existing development. Automobile Filling Station with Convenience Store and/or Eating Establishment, provided that the following conditions are met: 1. No oil draining pit or other visible appliance for servicing automobiles is located within 100 feet of the front lot line, 2. No structure or building is erected within 150 feet of any dwelling, (neither setback may be reduced), 3. No new service bay openings shall face a right-of-way, 4. No more than five inoperative vehicles and/or junk cars are allowed, except those which are 100 percent screened from adjoining properties and rights-of-way, 5. Junk vehicles shall be removed after 30 days, and 6. The provisions concerning inoperative vehicles and junk cars will go into effect immediately for new development and within one year for existing development. Automobile Repair/Service Shop without fuel sales See CCZO for conditions. Car Wash See CCZO for conditions. Motor Vehicle Accessory Shop See CCZO for conditions. Parking of Commercial Vehicles See CCZO for conditions. Distillation of Alcohol as a Fuel On a Farm for Farm Use Only See CCZO for conditions. Manufacturing and/or Assembly, Light, Less than 5,000 square feet, provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Adequate measures are taken for the abatement of offensive and obnoxious odors, dust, smoke, noise, vibration, or similar nuisances, and 2. Design, construction, and operation of the facility meets requirements of appropriate State and Federal regulatory agencies. Manufacturing and/or Assembly, Light, More than 5,000 square feet, provided that the following conditions are met: 1. All structures have a minimum setback of 100 feet from all district boundary lines, that form the edge of a district that does not permit, by right, this use, except where the district boundary line is Article 3 Page 89
14 Industrial Use #16 Industrial Use #17 Industrial Use #26 Industrial Use #27 (10/13/10) Institutional Use #2 (8/27/14) Institutional Use #16 Unclassified Use #7 Unclassified Use #10 Unclassified Use #11 Unclassified Use #14 Unclassified Use #16 formed by a public road right-of-way. 2. Adequate measures are taken for the abatement of offensive and obnoxious odors, dust, smoke, noise, vibration, or similar nuisances, and 3. Design, construction, and operation of the facility meets requirements of appropriate State and Federal regulatory agencies. Outdoor Storage in Connection with Commercial and/or Industrial Uses, provided that the machinery and/or equipment stored is not visible from adjoining properties or the road. Power Generating Facility, Accessory to a Residence or Business See CCZO for conditions. Storage of Machinery & Equipment in Connection With Excavating and /or Contracting Business, provided that the following conditions are met: 1. The machinery and/or equipment stored is not visible from adjoining properties or the road, 2. All storage buildings together contain no more than 2,000 square feet, 3. The owner lives on the premises. Wind Energy System, Accessory to a Residence or Business See Section 3-3 of the CCZO for conditions. Continuing Care Retirement Community, provided that: 1. The facility shall be operated in accordance with all applicable State and Federal requirements; and 2. site plan approval shall be obtained in accordance with Article 6, Non-Residential Development Requirements. Wastewater Treatment Facility See CCZO for conditions. Garage Sale, Yard Sale or Estate Sale See CCZO for conditions. Livestock Kept as Pets See CCZO for conditions. Model Home See CCZO for conditions. Temporary Structure Incidental to Construction (non-residential) See CCZO for conditions. Unoccupied Recreational Vehicle See CCZO for conditions. Article 3 Page 90
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CODE VALUE ERU Fee/Month Fee per Year 100 AGRICULTURAL - VACANT LAND $0.229/mo/acre 101 AGRICULTURAL - CASH GRAIN/GENERAL FARM $0.229/mo/acre 102 AGRICULTURAL - LIVESTOCK OTHER THAN DAIRY OR POULTRY $0.229/mo/acre
SAGINAW CHARTER TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION SAGINAW CHARTER TOWNSHIP HALL FEBRUARY 18, 2015 Members Present Members Absent Others Present B. Gombar B. Smith, Planner B. Nelson M. Mahlberg, Attorney C.
2-1 TITLE 4 ZONING CODE 2-2 Chapter 2 RESIDENTIAL ZONING DISTRICTS Sec. 2-1: Sec. 2-2: Sec. 2-3: Sec. 2-4: Sec. 2-5: Sec. 2-6: Sec. 2-7: Sec. 2-8: Purpose Agriculture/Forestry Zoning District (AF) Farm,
Case Information Applicant: Property Owner: Acreage: Property Location: Sector Plan: Mycoskie McInnis Associates represented by Cliff Mycoskie HWP Parks Arlington II, Ltd 18.348 acres North of Interstate
Residential-1 District City of Barnum, Minnesota Zoning District Information Sheet It is the purpose of the R-1 District to encourage the establishment and the preservation of residential neighborhoods
C-2 District Schedule 1 Intent The intent of this Schedule is to provide for a wide range of commercial uses serving both local and city wide needs, as well as residential uses, along arterial streets.
Sec. 8-3216. Traditional Commercial Districts (TC-). (1) Purpose. (a) Traditional Commercial Neighborhood (TC-1). The TC-1 District is intended to ensure the vibrancy of historic mixed use neighborhoods
ARTICLE 535. PD 535. C.F. Hawn Special Purpose District No. 3 SEC. 51P-535.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 535 was established by Ordinance No. 23988, passed by the Dallas City Council on August 25, 1999.
Industrial Space For Sale or Lease Paterson, NJ Ÿ Location: Ÿ Building: Ÿ Available: Ÿ Purchase Price: Ÿ Rental Rate: 188 Lafayette Avenue Paterson, NJ Block 3202, Lots 7, 8, and 68 Single story industrial
CHAPTER 18. ZONING SECTION 10. RURAL AREAS DISTRICT, RA Sections: 10.1 Intent, where permitted. 10.2 Permitted uses. 10.2.1 By right. 10.2.2 By special use permit. 10.3 Application of regulations for development
Charter Township of Plymouth Zoning Ordinance No. 99 Page 17 PURPOSE ARTICLE V AG AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT To allow continued use of land zoned AG which is suited to eventual development into uses which would
3.92 Acres Chesterfield County, VA ASKING PRICE - $154,500 Represented By: William G. Grant ALC. VLS (804) 754-3476 JEFFREY S. HUFF ALC, FORESTER (804) 750-1207 Table of Contents I. Property Description
Chapter 3 District Regulations SECTION 301. VILLAGE ZONING DISTRICTS. For the purpose of this Zoning Ordinance, the Village is hereby divided into five classes of zoning districts known as: R-1 Low-Density
Page 1 of 12 DIVISION 1. - R-1 RESIDENTIAL ZONE Sec. 38-41. - Permitted uses. Single-family dwellings, excluding factory manufactured homes constructed as a single selfcontained unit and mounted on a single
Income Producing Flex Warehouse 6,250± SF AVAILABLE Property Features > > Flex warehouse space totaling 6,250± SF > > Total of 5 Bay Windows: 4 with 1,041± SF 1 with 810± SF > >.89± acres zoned CCG-2 >
(82-2012) 1. By-law 270-2004, as amended, is hereby further amended: (1) by adding to Section 3.1.2 the following zone: Hurontario Corridor Mixed-Use One HMU1 (2) by adding thereto the following sections:
PART 2 ZONING PART 2 Section 2.1 ZONING Introduction The City is divided into zones as described in Table 2.1:- Table 2.1 Table of Zones Column I Column II Column III No. of Zone Name of Zone Colour on
11.1 OFF STREET PARKING REGULATIONS 11.1.1 Purpose It is the intent and purpose of off street parking regulations to provide adequate off-street parking in both residential and non-residential areas to
ARTICLE XI CSC COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMERCIAL DISTRICT SECTION 11.01 PURPOSE This district is intended to provide areas where retail trades and service outlets can be located that are convenient to the residents
TRUCKEE MUNICIAL CODE - TITLE 18, DEVELOMENT CODE TABLE 2-6 - ALLOWED USES AND ERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MANUFACTURING DISTRICTS ERMIT REQUIREMENT BY DISTRICT LAND USE (1) CN (2) CG CH CS M
SECTION 9 UC UPLAND CORRIDOR DISTRICT (a) (b) Purpose and Intent Upland Corridor District, as mapped or intended to be mapped, includes non-wetland/non-floodplain primary or secondary environmental corridors
Sec. 9.10. Minimum useable open space. The minimum useable open space required for multi-family dwellings in this district shall be twenty-five (25) percent. Sec. 9.11. Finish. All structures, including
OFFERING CIRCULAR 16.54 Acres Rural Industrial Zone 6855 NW Cornelius-Schefflin Rd. Cornelius, Oregon Presented by: The information contained in this offering circular was provided to Agri-Investment Services