SECTION 5. REQUIRED CONDITIONS.
A. Setbacks. No building, structure, parking or loading areas, except screening walls, landscaping, drives or monument signs shall be constructed or maintained in the following setbacks:
1. Front and exterior side yard setbacks shall not be less than thirty (30) feet as measured from the back side of the street curb.
2. Interior side and rear yard setbacks shall not be less than twenty five (25) feet.
3. There is a 20 foot recreation easement for use of the general public that rw1s parallel to the East side of Airport Road and property ownership shall begin at the East edge of this easement. Property that abuts this easement shall be landscaped by the property owner and is subject to a 30 foot set back from the easement.
B. Raw Materials and Equipment. All raw materials and equipment shall be stored in completely enclosed buildings or shall otherwise be screened by such walls, fences or landscaping so as to attractively conceal areas visible from outside of the lot boundaries. This requirement shall apply to properties located in both Tier 1 and Tier 2.
C. Maintenance Standards. All buildings and surrounding portions of the Property shall be maintained in a manner wherein the grass shall be kept cut, weeds shall be kept cut, trash and other refuse must be contained within closed containers or canisters.
D. Signs. Only one sign per facility shall be permitted and that sign shall be a permanent ground mounted structure in the front of the facility no less than ten (1 0) feet from the facility. The ground sign shall not be more than one hundred (I00) square feet, and the maximum height of the sign shall be no more than ten (1 0) feet. The ground sign may be illuminated with industrial type spot lighting, but it may not be lighted by means of flashing or intermittent illumination. Any spot lighting must be aimed at the sign only and not directed at any surrounding area. Additional signage may be permitted with the written permission of the Review Board.
E. Landscaping. A landscaped area not less than thirty (30) feet wide shall be required along all street frontages. This area shall be measured from the back side of the street curb and shall be parallel to the street lines. Landscaped area not less than to ten percent (10%) of the gross parking area shall be provided in and adjacent to the parking lot and shall include not less than one (1) tree for each twenty (20) parking spaces or fraction thereof. All dumpster areas shall be appropriately enclosed and landscaped, by the use of brick, rock or stone veneer, decorative concrete masonry units, concrete or masonry walls to include EIFS, wood or metal in such a way that it is architecturally consistent with the main building structure. Care should be taken by the property owners that landscaping does not in any way impair the line of sight for traffic at any intersection.
Each owner shall landscape that portion of its property between building or buildings and the curb line of abutting streets and shall remove undergrowth, weeds, debris and any other unsightly materials from the remainder of the property at such owner’s expense. Each owner in the Park shall be required to maintain landscaping and property in a safe, clean and attractive condition. Should the Review Board find any owner negligent in this regard, it may give notice of the fact to the offending party. Within ten (10) days of the receipt thereof, such owner shall initiate corrective
Measures. Effective disregard of notices shall give the Review Board right to enter the offending property and undertake necessary maintenance at the expense of the owner thereof. Failure to reimburse the Review Board for these services within thirty (30) days after billing shall create a material man’s lien against the property in question.
No fence, masonry wall, hedge or mass planting shall be permitted to extend beyond the building lines established herein.
F. Parking. It shall be the responsibility of each owner to provide sufficient parking space for employees, customers and visitors. Public streets and interior access roads shall not be used for parking.
No more than fifty (50%) percent of any front yard may be used for parking purposes.
Off-street parking areas shall be located at least thirty (30′) feet from a public street or public easement adjoining said streets as measured from the back side of the street curb and at least ten (1 0′) feet from any building. Off-street parking shall also be located at least fifteen (15′) feet from any
Interior property lines.
G. Paving. All driveways and parking areas shall be constructed with a hard surfaced pavement with curb and gutter and shall include adequate drainage facilities to dispose of all storm water. The decision of ingress and egress from Airport Road to property in the Park shall be reserved for specific approval by the Review Board and the City.
The percentage area of impervious surface material area shall not exceed seventy five (75%)
Percent of the lot area excluding buildings.
It shall be the owner’s responsibility to extend driveways to the existing or presently projected streets at no expense to the City or the Trust, even though part of this construction is within the street right-of-way.
H. Loading and Unloading. For each facility at least one loading and unloading space shall be provided. Loading and unloading space visible from the street shall be properly maintained to ensure a neat and orderly appearance.
No loading or unloading spaces will be permitted in front yard areas.
I. Construction and Appearance. It is the purpose of the regulations and restrictions to promote an atmosphere where buildings are pleasing in appearance and harmonize with their surroundings. As a minimum requirement all building facades must be designed with architecturally finished materials. “Architecturally finished materials are hereby described as: brick, rock or stone veneer, decorative concrete masonry units, or concrete or masonry walls to include EIFS (exterior insulation finish systems, Dryvit, etc.). All plans shall be approved by the Review Board prior to construction.
Buildings on corner lots shall have or be considered to have two (2) front yards (i.e. one facing each street).
J. Subdividing. Any further subdividing of any portion of the Property in the Park shall be prohibited without prior written approval of the Review Board.
K. Temporary Structures. Temporary structures are prohibited except when used to perform a function which will be performed by a permanent structure which is in the planning or construction stage. The use of a temporary structure is restricted to one year. All proposed temporary structures shall be approved by the Review Board. A building permit will be required.
Excluded are construction trailer offices or related office structures to a particular project, except construction job site materials trailers.
Mobile storage units will not be permitted.
L. Temporary Lodging. The property shall be used for commercial purposes only; however, an owner shall have the right to construct and maintain one residential living quarter on the property, and incorporated within the main building structure, for the sole purpose of temporary and not permanent residential occupancy for the owner, employees and/or family. ”Temporary” under this Section, shall mean a time of occupancy for any one employee not totaling more than 30 consecutive days within one calendar year. This provision shall not be interpreted as in any way permitting even temporary use of a mobile home or manufactured home for lodging on the premises.