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C-L LIMITED COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
The purpose of this district is to provide for the continued commercial use of certain areas where many of the original residential structures and lots have been converted to commercial use and for limited new commercial uses. The permitted uses are restricted to those providing for the day to day needs of the immediate neighborhood.
A building may be erected or used and a lot may be used or occupied for any of the following purposes, and no other, subject to the applicable provisions of Article 1318, "General Regulations", and other applicable provisions of this and other City Ordinances. Each non-residential use shall be enclosed within a building and shall have a maximum floor area of 2,500 square feet.
(a) The following uses are permitted by right:
(1) Any use permitted in R-M Residential District.
(2) Food store.
(4) Restaurant without drive-in facilities.
(6) Barber shop.
(7) Beauty parlor.
(8) Shoe repair shop.
(11) Hardware store.
(12) Magazine store.
(13) Candy store.
(14) Bakery store.
(15) Doctor's office.
(16) Dentist's office.
(17) Commercial Communication Towers and Antennas.
[See Section 1318.28A]
(b) None of the permitted uses for this district are required to have conditional approval.
(c) The following uses and their customary accessory uses when authorized by a special exception by the Zoning Hearing Board may be permitted, subject also to the provisions of Article 1325:
(1) Conversions [See Section 1325.08(b)].
(d) Accessory use customary with and incidental to any aforesaid use in this Article are permitted unless otherwise excluded by these regulations.
(See Article 1318).
(See Article 1319).
(See Article 1320).
(See Article 1321).