§ 226.

MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING



C-1 C-2 C-3-O C-3-O(SD) C-3-R C-3-G C-3-S C-M M-1 M-2 PDR-1-G PDR-1-D PDR-1-B PDR-2
SEC. 226. MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING.
P P P P P P NA NA P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (a) Light manufacturing uses, involving only the assembly, packaging, repairing or processing of previously prepared materials, which are conducted within a building but do not occupy the ground story of any building; provided:
(1) That no part of a building so occupied shall have any opening, other than fixed windows and exits required by law, within 50 feet of any R District;
(2) That the mechanical equipment required for such uses, together with related floor space used primarily by the operators of such equipment, shall not in the aggregate occupy more than ¼ of the gross floor area of the building in which the uses are located; and
(3) That no machine shall be used that has more than five horsepower capacity.
P P NA NA P P Punder  5,000 gsf P (b) Light manufacturing which occupies not more than ½ the ground story of the building and involves or requires no machine that has more than five horsepower capacity, if conducted entirely within an enclosed building; provided, that no part of a building so occupied shall have any opening, other than fixed windows and exits required by law, within 20 feet of any R District.
P P NA NA P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (c) Light food-processing for delicatessen, catering or restaurant supply, if conducted entirely within an enclosed building; provided, that no part of a building so occupied shall have any opening, other than fixed windows or exits required by law, within 20 feet of any R District.
P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (d) Light manufacturing, not including any use first specifically listed below.
P P P P P P P P P P Punder 2,500 gsf P (e) Industrial or chemical research or testing laboratory, not involving any danger of explosions.
P P P P P P P P (f) Life Science laboratory (as defined in Sections 890.52 and 890.53).
P P P C (g) Battery manufacture, if conducted on premises not less than 200 feet from any R District.
P P C C C (h) Any of the following uses, when conducted within a completely enclosed building; provided, that no part of a building so occupied shall have any opening, other than fixed windows or exits required by law, within 50 feet of any R District:
(1) Automobile assembling.
(2) Bottling plant, brewery, dairy products plant, malt manufacturing or processing or malt products plant;
(3) Ice manufacturing plant;
(4) Concrete mixing, concrete products manufacture;
(5) Electric foundry or foundry for nonferrous metals;
(6) Metal working or blacksmith shop; excluding presses of over 20 tons’ capacity and machine-operated drophammers.
(7) Enameling, lacquering, wholesale paint mixing from previously prepared pigments and vehicles;
(8) Woodworking mill, manufacture of wood-fibre, sawdust or excelsior products not involving chemical processing.
P C C C (i) Manufacture of cereals, distilled liquors, felt or shoddy, hair or hair products, pickles, sauerkraut, vinegar, yeast, soda or soda compounds, structural clay products, meat products, not including any use first specifically listed below.
P C C C (j) Flour mill.
P C C C (k) Sugar refinery.
P C C C (l) Wool pulling or scouring.
C C C C (m) Blast furnace, rolling mill, smelter.
C C (n) Manufacture of corrosive acid or alkali, cement, gypsum, lime, plaster of paris, explosive, fertilizer, glue or gelatine from fish or animal refuse.
C C C (o) Production or refining of petroleum products.
P P C C (p) Steam power plant.
P C (q) Shipyard.
P P NA C (r) Live storage, killing or dressing of poultry or rabbits for retail sale on the premises, if conducted on premises not less than 200 feet from any R District.
P C (s) Live storage, killing or dressing of poultry or rabbits, if conducted on premises not less than 200 feet from any R District, without limitation as to nature of sale.
C (t) Stockyard, livestock feed yard, abattoir.
C C C C (u) Rendering or reduction of fat, bones or other animal material, where adequate provision is made for the control of odors through the use of surface condensers and direct-flame afterburners or equivalent equipment.
C (v) Incineration of garbage, refuse, dead animals or parts thereof.
P C (w) The following uses, when conducted not less than 500 feet from any R or NC District:
(1) Manufacture, refining, distillation or treatment of any of the following: abrasives, acid (noncorrosive), alcohol, ammonia, asbestos, asphalt, bleaching powder, candles (from tallow), celluloid, chlorine, coal, coke, creosote, dextrine, disinfectant, dye, enamel, gas carbon or lampblack, gas (acetylene or other inflammable), glucose, insecticide, lacquer, linoleum, matches, oilcloth, oil paint, paper (or pulp), perfume, plastics, poison, potash, printing ink, refuse mash or refuse grain, rubber (including balata or gutta percha or crude or scrap rubber), shellac, shoe or stove polish, soap, starch, tar, turpentine, varnish;
(2) Curing, smoking or drying fish, manufacture of fish oil;
(3) Tanning or curing of raw hides or skins;
(4) Foundry, structural iron or pipe works, boilermaking where riveting is involved, locomotive works, roundhouse or railroad shop.

AMENDMENT HISTORY

History

(Amended by Ord. 443-78, App. 10/6/78; Ord. 99-08, File No. 080339, App. 6/11/2008; Ord. 282-08, File No. 081058, App. 12/5/2008; Ord. 298-08, File No. 081153, App. 12/19/2008; Ord. 182-12 , File No. 120665, App. 8/8/2012, Eff. 9/7/2012)

New column C-3-O(SD) added; Ord. 182-12 , Eff. 9/7/2012.

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