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Ordinance No. 18-2012

REVERSED PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION – NOT ENACTED 

ORDINANCE NO. 18-2010 

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1159.02 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE TO ALLOW TWO-FAMILY AND MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USES AS CONDITIONAL USES IN THE VILLAGE BUSINESS DISTRICT 

WHEREAS, Terra Nova Partners, LLC, has submitted a zoning amendment application for the property located at 384 East Broadway. 

WHEREAS, the requested zoning amendment would affect all properties within the Village Business District (VBD) zoning category.

WHEREAS, the proposed zoning amendment would expand the conditional uses allowed within that zoning district to include two-family and multi-family residential uses. 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville, Licking County, Ohio that: 

Section 1. That existing section 1159.02 of the Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:

 1159.02 PERMITTED AND CONDITIONAL USES.

 The uses in the Village District are subject to the site plan requirements of this chapter and the architectural review requirements of Chapter 1161, as well as the general provisions of this Zoning Ordinance. 

 (a) Permitted Uses.

 (1) Village Residential District.

 A. Single-family dwellings and accessory uses incidental thereto, such as garages.

 B. Nonprofit educational, civic, religious, and social uses which serve and are compatible with other permitted uses in this District.

 (2) Village Business District. The uses below are separated into use categories defined by capital letter subheadings. Zoning may be approved for any one or more of these categories (ex.: VBD-A). Should a proposed use not occur in the following list (ex.: a financial planning consultant), the Planning Commission, upon application, may approve such use if it is closely related to those uses listed in any specific category.

 A. Hotels, motels and inns, offering board and lodging.

 B. Specialty shops: antique shops, gift shops, magazine, book and stationery outlets, florist shops, camera and photography shops and sporting goods.

 C. Business and professional offices: medical and dental offices and clinics, law offices, insurance and real estate offices. 

 D. Food, drug and beverage businesses: grocery stores, meat markets, drug stores and bakeries in conjunction with retail sales, restaurants and tea rooms.

 E. Retail outlets: furniture, clothing, shoe and variety stores, hardware, appliance, paint and wallpaper stores.

 F. Clubs, sororities, fraternities, lodges and meeting places for other organizations, not including any use that is customarily conducted as a gainful business, and places of assembly.

 G. Service businesses: laundromat, dry cleaning and laundry pick-up stations, barber and beauty shops, shoe repair and tailor shops, printing shops with not more than ten full-time regular employees.

 H. Fitness related businesses.

 I. Accessory uses, buildings or structures to the previous A.-H. 

 (3) Village Square District.

 A. Nonprofit educational, civic, religious, and social uses which serve and are compatible with other permitted uses in this District.

 B. Uses permitted in the Village Residential District and the Village Business District

 (4) Village Institutional District.

 A. University and school buildings, including residence halls, food service facilities, classroom buildings and auditoriums.

 B. Faculty housing.

 C. Sorority and fraternity houses.

 D. Passive recreational areas including parks and walkways.

 (b) Conditional Uses. 

 (1) Village Residential District.

 A. Clubs, sororities, fraternities, lodges and meeting places for such organizations, not including any use that is customarily conducted as a gainful business.

 B. Home Occupations.

 

 (2) Village Business District.

 A. Parking lots.

 B. Mortuaries.

 C. Gas stations.

 D. Banks (including drive-in banks), finance and utility.

 E. Single family, two-family and multi-family residential uses. Two-family and multi-family residential uses may be allowed within the Core Business District only on the upper floors of structures and only when the first floor of the same structure is designated for a commercial use. For the purposes of this conditional use, the Core Business District area is defined as:

 1. East Broadway, on the north and south sides of the street, from Main Street to Pearl Street;

 2. North and South Prospect Streets, on the west and east sides of the street, from College Street to Elm Street; and

 3. South Main Street from Broadway to Elm Street.

 F. Bed and Breakfasts.

 (3) Village Square District.

 A. Cultural uses.

 (4) Village Institutional District.

 A. Active recreational uses such as play fields or skating rinks where a large number of participants and/or spectators can be anticipated.

 B. Parking lots to service a university or school. (Ord. 15-08. Passed 1-7-09.)

Section 2. This ordinance shall become effective upon the earliest date allowed by the laws of the State of Ohio and the Charter of the Village of Granville. 

Decision reversed this 17th day of November, 2010. 

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