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The use in question has to be consistent with the intent and purpose of the zoning district in which it is located; it should also fulfill a public need, or provide a public benefit. Each type of zoning district has specific requirements for conditional uses, and the proposed use also has to comply with those requirements. For information on the specific requirements for your zoning district, please contact us.
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A conditional use permit authorizes a property owner (or their agent) to use property in a way that isn’t absolutely permitted as a right, but also isn’t directly prohibited by law. Permits must be approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission after a public hearing; the regulations they follow attempt to allow some flexibility, while still protecting the general health and safety of the rest of the community.
Yes, the Planning and Zoning Commission can hold a public hearing to decide whether or not to revoke a permit if any of these conditions are met:
Yes. There is a $200 application fee, and a $200 advertising fee.