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Ordinance No. 08-2014

ORDINANCE NO. 08-2014

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS 1159.02, 1167.02, 1169.02, 1171.02,1173.02 AND 1175.02 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO PERTAINING TO FOOD TRUCKS

WHEREAS, the Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio, has determined that it is necessary to update the zoning code of the Village. 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that the Council of the Village of Granville, Licking County, Ohio hereby amends the following provisions pertaining to the vending and sale of food and related products within the Village. 

Section 1.  That Chapter 1159, Village District, Section 1159.02 of the Codified Ordinances is hereby amended as follows:

1159.02PERMITTED AND CONDITIONAL USES. (Village District)

(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 boarding and lodging.

B. Retail outlets:  furniture, clothing, shoe and variety stores, hardware, appliance, paint and wallpaper stores; and 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, counseling, 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. 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 assemble; non-profit educational, civic, religious and social uses, which serve and are compatible with other permitte4d uses in this District.

F. 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.

G. Fitness related businesses.

H. Accessory uses, buildings or structures to the previous A – G.

(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.

E. Mobile food trucks.

(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 residential.

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.

Section 2.  That Chapter 1167, Community Service District, Section 1167.02 of the Codified Ordinances is hereby amended as follows:

1167.02PERMITTED AND CONDITIONAL USES. (Community Service District)

(a) Permitted Uses.

(1) Sales at wholesale or retail, of building materials, paint and other hardware items; lumber and milling operations and products, plumbing, heating and electrical supplies; other home maintenance and improvement sales to the general public; automotive parts supplies; and also manufacture, fabrication or assembly of such products for on premises sale, providing that no such activity shall be permitted which is objectionable, due to noise, fumes, smoke, odor, vibration, or related environmental or social interests.

(2) General business services, duplicating, addressing, reproduction operations, stenographic, mailing services, advertising services, newspaper operations, sheet metal shops, sign painting shops and mechanical and metalworking contractors.

(3) Business machine service and repair operations; repair of small mechanical items such as watches and clocks; electrical appliances and other durable item service and repair; automotive mechanical and body repair and service.

(4) Farm and garden related, milling operations, storage and sales of grain and livestock feed; retail sale or rental of farm implements and products; and sale of livestock and related activities, including temporary storage, providing such operations are not detrimental to surrounding interests.

(5) General equipment, materials and heavy vehicle storage, and sales and related interests, offices and facilities for general contracting, heavy equipment contracting, mechanical, metalworking and electrical contracting and facilities for warehousing, storing and selling materials and equipment used in such businesses; storage yards or plants for rental or sale of construction equipment; building materials yards; chemical packaging, sales and storage; concrete, masonry, sheet metal, plumbing and heating shops and facilities for warehousing, storing and selling materials and equipment used in such businesses.

(6) Car wash operations.

(7) Trade or business schools, provided machinery which is used for instruction is not objectionable due to noise, fumes, smoke, odor or vibration.

(8) Research testing and development activities within entirely enclosed buildings, which are not objectionable due to noise, fumes, smoke, glare, odor, vibration or related environmental or social interests.

(9) Retail outlets: drug stores, variety stores, hardware stores.

(10) Retail food preparation: specialty food shops, ice cream stores, delicatessens; all of which shall be limited to on premise sales only.

(11) Specialty shops: video rental stores, and clothing consignment stores.

(12) Service, and places of assembly: dry cleaning and laundry pick up stations, tanning facilities.

(13) Business and professional offices: medical and dental offices and clinics, Insurance offices, real estate offices.

(14) Mobile food trucks.

(b) Conditional Uses.

(1) Light manufacturing, industrial and assembly operations which are not objectionable due to noise, fumes, smoke, glare, odor, vibration or related environmental or social interests.

(2) Automotive related retail sales, including new and used car dealers and miscellaneous marine, motorcycle or similar dealerships.

(3) Retail sale or rental of recreational vehicles such as campers, trailers and other such vehicles, principally for recreational use, being sold or rented separately or in conjunction with a permitted use.

(4) Movers and moving equipment with temporary, limited storage of moved goods.

(5) Residential uses: single, twoand multi-family.

(6) Daycare facilities.

(c) Interpretation of this Section. Each use must have its own independent approval, whether permitted or conditional.

Section 3.  That Chapter 1169, Institutional District, Section 1169.02 of the Codified Ordinances is hereby amended as follows:

1169.02PERMITTED AND CONDITIONAL USES. (Institutional District)

(a) Permitted Uses.

(1) University, school and church buildings, including dormitories, classroom buildings, and play fields, except as delineated under conditional uses below.

(2) Faculty housing.

(3) Sorority and fraternity houses.

(4) Passive recreational uses including parks and nature preserves.

(5) Mobile food trucks.

(b) Conditional Uses.

(1) Active recreational uses such as a gymnasium or stadium where a large number of spectators can be anticipated.

(2) Accessory uses such as maintenance shops and storage areas to service an institution.

(3) Parking lots to service the institution located on the periphery of the District or visible from a public street.

Section 4.  That Section 1171.02 of the Codified Ordinances is hereby amended as follows:

1171.02 USES. (Planned Development Districts)

(a) PUD: Planned Unit Development Uses.

(1) Dwelling units: single-family, two-family and multi-family dwellings and accessory uses incidental to these uses such as garages, etc.

(2) Nonprofit cultural, religious or civic uses such as churches, schools, parks and community facilities as determined to be in keeping with the character of this district by the Planning Commission.

(3) Home occupations.

(4) Limited mixed-use combinations of commercial uses.

(b) PCD: Planned Commercial District Uses.

(1) Retail establishments: grocery stores, drug stores, hardware stores.

(2) Retail food preparation: meat markets, bakeries, specialty food shops, ice cream stores, delicatessens, coffee shops, tea shops, confectionery stores, and other similar facilities.

(3) Full service restaurants.  No restaurants shall be permitted to have drive-up, drive-through or drive-in facilities.

(4) Nonprofit cultural, religious or civic uses such as churches, schools, parks and community facilities as determined to be in keeping with the character of the district by the Planning Commission.

(5) Business and professional offices and financial institutions, such as banks, medical and dental offices and clinics, law offices, insurance offices, real estate offices, advertising agency offices, answering service offices, architects' offices, Certified Public Accountants' offices, engineers' offices, interior decorators' offices, and financial services offices including financial planner offices, and stock brokerage offices.

(6) Specialty shops: antique shops, gift shops, magazine shops, newsstand, tobacco shops, book stores, clothing stores, jewelry stores, shoe stores, card shops, stationery stores, florist shops, arts and crafts supplies stores, bridal shops, health food stores, musical instruments stores, music stores, bicycle stores, toy stores, audio equipment stores, video equipment stores, china stores, glassware stores, linen stores, computer stores, software stores, quilting stores, fabric stores, office supply stores, picture frame stores, video rental stores, camera and photography shops, optical goods stores, and sporting goods outlets.

(7) Service shops: Laundromat, dry-cleaning and laundry pick-up stations, barber and beauty shops, physical fitness centers, shoe repair and tailor shops, print shops, copy shops.

(8) Certain mixed-use combinations of single family, two family and multi-family residential units, retirement community, nursing homes, or assisted living structures and childcare facilities.

(9) Mobile food trucks.

(c) PID: Planned Industrial District Uses.

(1) Manufacturing, light industrial uses, processing, warehousing and industrial service activities located and maintained within the limits of the development standards of these Planned Industrial District regulations.

(2) Research/office facilities.

(3) Professional and business offices.

(4) Aviation-oriented facilities.

(5) Maintenance and storage facilities.

Section 5.  That Chapter 1173, Village Gateway District, Section 1173.02 of the Codified Ordinances is hereby amended as follows:

1173.02PERMITTED AND CONDITIONAL USES. (Village Gateway    District)

(a) Permitted Uses.

(1) Retail outlets:  furniture, clothing, jewelry, drug, shoe and variety stores, hardware, appliance, lighting, paint and wallpaper stores.

(2) Retail food preparation: meat markets, bakeries, specialty food shops, ice cream stores, delicatessens, coffee shops, tea shops, confectionery stores, and other similar facilities.  All uses allowed under this provision may also engage in the sale of related products such as coffee beans, mugs, coffee makers in support of or ancillary to the beverages or snacks listed above.

(3) Specialty shops: antique shops, gift shops, magazine, book stores, card shops, stationery stores, florist shops, arts and crafts supplies stores, bridal shops, health food stores, musical instruments stores, music stores, bicycle stores, toy stores, audio equipment stores, video equipment stores, china stores, glassware stores, linen stores, computer stores, software stores, quilting stores, fabric stores, office supply stores, picture frame stores, video rental stores, camera and photography shops and sporting goods outlets.

(4) Service uses. Laundromat, dry-cleaning and laundry pick-up stations, barber and beauty shops, physical fitness centers, shoe repair and tailor shops, print shops, and copy shops.

(5) Business and professional offices: such as medical and dental offices and clinics, law offices, insurance offices, real estate offices, advertising agency offices, answering service offices, architects’ offices, certified public accountants’ offices, engineers’ offices, interior decorators’ offices, and financial services offices including financial planner offices, stock brokerage offices, and veterinary offices, hospitals or clinics that do not include outside animal runs.

(6) Banks, finance and utility company offices without drive-through facilities.

(7) Commercial and residential mixed use buildings, with commercial uses on the ground floor and dwelling units above the ground floor.

(8) Home occupations.

(9) Restaurants, without drive-in, drive-up, or drive-through arrangements.

(10) Mobile food trucks. 

(b) Conditional Uses.

(1) Mortuaries and funeral homes.

(2) Banks, finance and utility company offices with drive-through facilities.

(3) Grocery stores, convenience stores (without the sale of gasoline or fuel).

(4) Single family, two-family and multifamily residential units, provided that no building shall have more than six dwelling units.  No first floor residential uses shall be permitted for properties with frontage and vehicular access to arterial roadways.

(5) Retirement community, nursing homes, assisted living structures and child care/preschool facilities.

(6) Recreational facilities and entertainment uses.

(7) Drive-ins, drive-ups, or drive-throughs in conjunction with a permitted, or approved conditional use, except, that drive-up, drive-through, or drive-in facilities shall not be permitted in or at any fast food enterprise, or any enterprise involving the sale of beverages (for the purposes of this section, a fast food enterprise is a business engaged in the sale of pre-prepared or quickly prepared food and beverages, usually in disposable containers and wrappers, for consumption either on or off premises, in a facility in which a major portion of the food and beverage sales to patrons are at stand-up type counters or drive-in, drive-up, or drive-through arrangements).

(8) Garden center.

(9) Places of assembly: civic structures, religious structures and other places of assembly.

(10 Mixed-use combinations of multi-family residential, retirement community, nursing homes, or assisted living structures.

(11) Production of artisan goods using hand tools only (for example, jewelry or ceramics).

(12) Veterinary offices, hospitals or clinics that include outside runs. Animal boarding facilities that are not associated with a veterinary office, hospital, or clinic. 

(c) Interpretation of this Section.  Each use must have its own independent approval, whether permitted or conditional. 

Section 6.  That Chapter 1175, Suburban Business District, Section 1175.02 of the Codified Ordinances is hereby amended as follows: 

1175.02 PERMITTED AND CONDITIONAL USES. (Suburban Business District)

(a) Permitted Uses. 

(1) Retail outlets: Furniture, clothing, jewelry, drug, shoe and variety stores, hardware, appliance, lighting, paint and wallpaper stores.

(2) Retail food preparation: Meat markets, bakeries, specialty food shops, ice cream stores, delicatessens, coffee shops, tea shops, confectionery stores, and other similar facilities all of which shall be limited to on premise sales only.

(3) Specialty shops: Antique shops, gift shops, magazine, book stores, card shops, stationery stores, florist shops, arts and crafts supplies stores, bridal shops, health food stores, musical instruments stores, music stores, bicycle stores, toy stores, audio equipment stores, video equipment stores, china stores, glassware stores, linen stores, computer stores, software stores, quilting stores, fabric stores, office supply stores, picture frame stores, video rental stores, camera and photography shops and sporting goods outlets.

(4) Service, and places of assembly: Laundromat, dry-cleaning and laundry pick-up stations, barber and beauty shops, physical fitness centers, shoe repair and tailor shops, print shops, copy shops, and civic structures, religious structures and other places of assembly.

(5) Business and professional offices: Medical and dental offices and clinics, law offices, insurance offices, real estate offices, advertising agency offices, answering service offices, architects' offices, certified public accountants' offices, engineers' offices, interior decorators' offices, and financial services offices including financial planner offices, and stock brokerage offices.

(6) Mobile food trucks. 

(b) Conditional Uses.

(1) Mortuaries and funeral homes.

(2) Gas stations, restaurants and all other traffic oriented commercial establishments.

(3) Banks, finance and utility company offices.

(4) Grocery stores, convenience stores, hotels, motels and inns.

(5) Single family, two-family and multifamily residential units.

(6) Retirement community, nursing homes, assisted living structures and child care/preschool facilities.

(7) Recreational facilities and entertainment uses.

(8) Drive-ins, drive-ups, or drive-through areas in conjunction with a permitted, or approved conditional use, except, that drive-up, drive-through, or drive-in facilities shall not be permitted in or at any fast food enterprise, or any enterprise involving the sale of beverages(for the purposes of this section, a fast food enterprise is a business engaged in the sale of pre-prepared or quickly prepared food and beverages, usually in disposable containers and wrappers, for consumption either on or off premises, in a facility in which a major portion of the food and beverage sales to patrons are at stand-up type counters or drive-in, drive-up, or drive-through arrangements)

(9) Garden center. 

(c) Interpretation of this Section.  Each use must have its own independent approval, whether permitted or conditional. 

Section 7.  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. 

Passed this 3rd day of September, 2014.

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