Establishes specific use restrictions for “neighborhood corner store;” includes language encouraging such stores to sell fresh produce and prohibits them from selling alcoholic beverages.
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"Corner stores are strongly encouraged to provide fresh produce." (18.30.260(C)). "Neighborhood corner stores are not permitted to sell beer, wine, or other alcohol." (Sec. 18.30.260(H)(4)).
For zoning chapter in general: "Promote . . . general prosperity of the city." Sec. 18.10.010 (A) (1).
"The neighborhood corner store is established largely to serve adjacent residential neighborhoods. The corner store allows for a small convenience store." § 18.30.260(A).
Performance standards are set forth in § 18.30.260 (H).
Title 18 (Zoning), Division 3 (Specific Uses), Chapter 18.30 (Specific Use Regulations), Section 18.30.260 (Neighborhood Corner Stores). History: Ord. No. 2012-2372, Exh. B-1, 2-7-2012.
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