This provision describes the purpose and standards for an "agricultural restricted" zoning district and limits primary and accessory uses to only those uses that complement agricultural uses in rural areas of the city, including, e.g., community gardens.
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"The residential base zoning districts established in this section are intended to provide a comfortable, healthy, safe, and pleasant environment in which to live and recreate." Art. 23-3, sec. (2)(A).
"To better achieve the City's comprehensive plan objectives of promoting orderly growth while reducing repetitive losses and preserving environmentally sensitive areas of the city." Art. 23-3(2)(B-1).
"The residential base zoning districts established in this section are intended to provide a comfortable, healthy, safe, and pleasant environment in which to live and recreate. More specifically, they are intended to: ….Create neighborhoods and preserve existing community character while accommodating new infill development and redevelopment consistent with the city's goals and objectives..." Art. 23-3, sec. (2)(A).
Art. 23-10 (2)
Section 23-3(2)(B-1) is located in Article 23-3: - Zoning Districts / 2 - Agricultural and Residential Base Zoning Districts / (B-1) - AR: Agricultural Restricted District. History: the enacting ordinance is not specified.
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