§ 249.61.

17TH AND RHODE ISLAND STREET GROCERY STORE SPECIAL USE SUBDISTRICT

In order to facilitate the development of a neighborhood grocery store at 17th and Rhode Island Street in the Potrero Hill neighborhood, in an area that does not have a proliferation of off-sale Type 20 or Type 21 liquor establishments and previously was zoned M-1 (which permitted liquor stores as a principal permitted use), there shall be a 17th and Rhode Island Street Grocery Store Special Use Subdistrict, applicable to the NC-3 zoned block bounded by 17th Street, Rhode Island Street, Mariposa Street and Kansas Street (Assessor’s Block 3978, Lot 1). The following provisions shall apply within the Special Use Subdistrict:

a.

One off-sale Type 20 and Type 21 liquor store, as defined by Section 790.55 of this Code, is permitted as a conditional use on the first or second story, provided that it is operated as an integral element of a grocery store of not less than 30,000 gross square feet.

b.

Nighttime Entertainment, as defined by 102.17 of this Code, shall not be permitted.

AMENDMENT HISTORY

History

(Added by Ord. 140-11, File No. 110482, App. 7/5/2011, Eff. 8/4/2011)

Formerly codified as Sec. 781.10; see that section for prior legislative history. Section renumbered; Ord. 140-11, Eff. 8/4/2011.

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