§ 23-431. Special exception uses.  

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  • a. Land uses which have the potential of disturbing other land uses in the zoning district require a special exception permit and discretionary review to ensure that they will be compatible with the surrounding uses in the zoning district in which they are allowed. Special exception uses are approved only if, in the specific instance under review, the use will be compatible with surrounding uses or can be made compatible through limitations of its operation or enhancements of the site development design.

    b. The special exception permit makes the stipulations of approval mandatory and is valid for the property on which it is issued for as long as the conditions are met, unless the approval stipulates otherwise.

    c. Table 23-421 indicates which uses require special exception permits in the various zoning districts of the city. Application and approval procedures are provided in section 23-216