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A. All principally and conditionally permitted uses in this title may be allowed in the PMU district pursuant to an approved final plan provided that retail and service uses shall be limited to those convenience retail and service uses that are sized and designed to serve the residents or employees of the PMU zone and provided further specific uses permitted only in industrial districts pursuant to CEMC 17.24, and indicated in subsection B, which shall be prohibited in the PMU district, unless a special finding has been made as described in subsection B of this section.

B. The following uses may be allowed in the PMU district only upon a special finding pursuant to subsection C of this section:

1. Manufacturing, rebuilding and/or repairing nonmetal or mineral products;

2. Welding and metal fabrication shops;

3. Vehicle and machinery repair and storage;

4. Transportation terminals;

5. Contractor’s offices, shops and storage yards;

6. All chemical manufacture, mixing or refining;

7. Asphalt manufacture, mixing or refining;

8. Automobile dismantling, wrecking or junkyards;

9. Blast furnaces or coke ovens;

10. Cement, lime, gypsum, or plaster of paris manufacture;

11. Drop forge industries;

12. Explosives, storage or manufacture;

13. Reduction or disposal of garbage, offal or similar refuse;

14. Oil refining;

15. Rubber reclaiming;

16. Feed yards, livestock sales yards or slaughterhouses;

17. Smelting, reduction or refining of metallic ores;

18. Tanneries;

19. Manufacturing or industrial or household adhesives, glues, cements, or component parts thereof, from vegetable, animal or synthetic plastic materials.

C. The uses specified in subsection B of this section may be permitted in the PMU zone only upon a special finding by the city council that the proposal is for:

1. Public facilities deemed necessary by the city to protect or promote the public health, safety and welfare;

2. The proposed use:

a. Promotes the public health, safety and welfare,

b. Can be carried on within a development proposal without greater traffic, noise, glare, air or water pollution impacts or other environmental impacts than other uses not subject to the prohibition of this section, and

c. Does not materially hinder the achievement of the objectives of this chapter and provides a net benefit to the city.

(Ord. 1180 § 3, 2002)