ZONING ORDINANCE O-1 OFFICE PROFESSIONAL — ARTICLE XXVI O-1 & O-2 Office Professional Districts: [Amended 2-13-1979 by Ord. No. 79:1]

§ 430-186. Permitted uses. No building, structure or premises shall be used and no building or structure shall be erected or structurally altered, except for the following uses:

A. Professional, clerical, data processing and insurance offices.
B. Educational and technical training institutions and schools.
C. Communications offices and studios.
D. Medical and dental offices subject to the minimum parking spaces required as contained in § 430-276 for the subject site. [Added 9-18-2007 by Ord. No. 2007:30]
**Webmasters Note: The previous section as been amended as per Ordinance No. 2007:30.

§ 430-187. Accessory uses. [Amended 12-12-1989 by Ord. No. 89:72] Permitted accessory uses shall be any accessory uses on the same lot customary and incidental to any use permitted in this district, including but not necessarily limited to child-care centers subject to the requirements of § 430-143.

§ 430-188. Conditional uses. The following conditional uses shall be permitted:

A. Banks and drive-in banks, subject to the following standards:

(1) Recognizing the need for substantial vehicle storage area and drive-in window lanes, in addition to normal parking and driveway area associated with a business use, the maximum percent building coverage shall be 20%.
(2) No driveway shall be located closer than 50 feet to the nearest street intersection, and further, no such driveway shall connect to a street frontage where such street frontage is located in a residential district.
(3) Each drive-in window shall have a minimum stacking area for five cars. Stacking areas shall be separated from parking aisles and driveways.

§ 430-189. Height, area and yard requirements. Height, area and yard requirements shall be as specified in the schedule of regulations in Article VI.

§ 430-190. Other requirements.

A. There shall be established along the line of any lot that is contiguous to any residential district, unless the lot line coincides with a state or federal highway, a buffer area as defined and regulated in this chapter of at least 25 feet in width, plus five additional feet of width for each ten-foot interval or fraction thereof of the building height of the principal building. The buffer area shall be landscaped, and fencing shall be provided as required to provide appropriate screening of the lot adjoining the residential districts. [Amended 12-8-1987 by Ord. No. 87:55]
B. Storage. All materials and equipment shall be stored in the principal building(s) or shall otherwise be screened by walls, fences and landscaping as may be determined by the Planning Board to be adequate to appropriately screen such materials and equipment from outside the boundaries of the lot.
C. Landscaped green area. A minimum twenty-five foot landscaped green area setback shall be provided along the street right-of-way line where the lot fronts on Highway Route Nos. 10 and 46. [Added 3-14-2000 by Ord. No. 2000:7]

§ 430-191. Off-street parking and loading requirements.

A. Off-street parking spaces, together with appropriate access, shall be provided on the same lot as the building it is intended to serve in accordance with the standards of Article XXXVII.
B. Off-street parking spaces shall be located only in the side and rear yards; provided, however, that no parking space or associated aisle or driveway shall be located nearer than five feet to any side or rear lot line, nor shall a parking area be nearer than five feet to any building, and provided that complete building perimeter parking is prohibited.
C. No off-street parking or loading area shall be located within any required buffer area or landscaped green area. [Added 3-14-2000 by Ord. No. 2000:7]

§ 430-192. Signs. Signs shall be permitted, subject to the sign regulations of Article XXXVIII.