ARTICLE 17: I – 1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT
The intent of the I-1 Light Industrial District shall be to provide for businesses involved in the manufacturing or handling of light industrial materials and as planned in the Stanton County Comprehensive Plan.
Section 1. Permitted Principal Uses.
The following principal uses are permitted in the I-1 District:
1.1 Light industrial uses except those specifically permitted in the I-2 District and except those which by reason of the emission of odor, dust, fumes, smoke, noise and other obnoxious characteristics would be injurious to the public health, safety and general welfare. Permitted uses shall include uses such as:
A. Assembly of metal products.
B. Building materials storage and sales yard.
C. Concrete or cement products manufacture.
D. Dyeing and cleaning establishment.
E. Farm and industrial equipment sales.
G. Manufacture and assembly of electrical and electronic appliances.
H. Manufacturing, compounding, processing, packaging or treatment of articles or merchandise from previously prepared materials such as bone, cloth, aluminum, cork, fiber, leather, glass, plastic, paper, stones, tin, rubber and paint.
I. Manufacture of light sheet metal products including heating and ventilation equipment.
J. Machine shop or other metal working excluding drop hammers and other noise producing tools.
K. Painting and publishing business.
L. Stone and monument works.
M. Storage of farm and agriculture products.
N. Truck and freight terminal.
O. Utility substation, pumping station and water reservoir.
P. Warehouses and wholesale business.
Q. Living quarters used by watchmen or custodians of the industrially used property.
R. Additional uses as delineated in the Land Use Matrix of these regulations.
Section 2. Lot Requirements.
The minimum lot requirements shall be as follows in these regulations.
2.1 Minimum yard size of permitted uses: (Amended May 16, 2005)
Front Yard 50'
2.2 All front yards, except for access drives and guest parking, shall be landscaped and maintained with trees, shrubs, flowers and lawns.
2.3 All other yards shall be landscaped and maintained with trees, shrubs, flowers and lawns when they abut or are located across any street from an A-1, A-2, R-1 or I-1 District.
2.4 The minimum lot area shall be
one-half (2 1/2) three (3) acres unless otherwise provided for in Article
19 of these regulations. Amended
ARTICLE 18: I – 2 GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT
The intent of the I-2 General Industrial District shall be to provide for businesses involved in the manufacturing or handling of any industrial materials and as planned in the Stanton County Comprehensive Plan.
Section 1. Permitted Principal Uses
The following uses are permitted in the I-2 General Industrial District:
1.1 Any uses permitted in the I-1 District.
1.2 Any other industrial, manufacturing or commercial agricultural use, except those uses specially permitted as a conditional use in this district.
1.3 Living quarters used by watchmen or custodians of the industrially used property.
Section 2. Permitted Conditional Uses.
2.2 Alfalfa dehydrating plant
2.3 Acetylene gas manufacturing or storage
2.4 Ammonia, bleaching powder or chlorine manufacture
2.5 Asphalt manufacture or refining
2.6 Blast furnace or electric furnace
2.7 Boiler works
2.8 Burlap manufacture
2.9 Cement, lime, gypsum or plaster-of-paris manufacture
2.10 Creosote treatment or manufacture
2.11 Disinfectants manufacture
2.12 Exterminator and insect poison manufacture
2.13 Fat rendering
2.14 Fertilizer manufacture and bone grinding
2.15 Fireworks or explosive manufacture
2.16 Forage plant
2.17 Iron, steel, brass or copper foundry
2.18 Packing house
2.19 Plating works
2.20 Sauerkraut manufacture
2.21 Sausage manufacture
2.22 Slaughter house
2.24 Stock yards
2.25 Storage or baling of scrap paper, iron, bottles, rages or junk
2.26 Tallow, grease or lard manufacture or refining from animal fat
2.27 Tar distillation or manufacture
2.28 Vinegar manufacture
2.29 Yeast plant
2.30 Vehicle wrecking yards, junk yards, salvage yards, and scrap processing yards subject to the following:
A. The operation shall be located on a tract of land at least three hundred (300) feet from a residential district zone.
B. The operation shall be conducted wholly within a non-combustible building or within an area completely surrounded on all sides by a solid fence or wall, of uniform height, insure maximum safety to the public, obscure the junk from normal view of the public, and preserve the general welfare of the neighborhood. The fence or wall shall be installed in such a manner as to retain all scrap, junk, or other material within the yard.
C. No junk shall be loaded, unloaded or otherwise placed either temporarily or permanently outside the enclosed building, fence or wall, or within the public right-of-way.
D. Burning of paper, trash, junk, or waste materials shall be permitted only after approval of the Fire Department. The burning, when permitted, shall be done only during daylight hours.
E. No junk, salvage, scrap or other materials shall be piled or stacked higher than the top of the required fence or wall.
F. This use shall not be located on or visible from an arterial or major street or highway.
2.31 Other uses which may be noxious or offensive by reason of the emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise or vibration or hazardous.
The minimum lot requirements shall be as follows except as provided in Articles 19.
3.1 Minimum yard sizes of permitted uses: (Amended May 16, 2005)
Front Yard 50'
3.2 No Side yard is required except when abutting or within 30 feet of an A-1, A-2, R-1 or I-1.
The minimum lot
area shall be
two and one-half (2 1/2) three (3) acres. Amended
Stanton County Zoning Regulations