Section 110-088; Ord. 20196; Rezoning property located between Monroe Street and Ammonette Street, west of North Old 63 (1807 and 1811 Monroe Street) from Districts R-3 and C-3 to District C-P


Ordinance No. 20196                            Council Bill No. B 37-09

     AN ORDINANCE

rezoning property located between Monroe Street and Ammonette Street, west of North Old 63 (1807 and 1811 Monroe Street) from Districts R-3 and C-3 to District C-P; repealing all conflicting ordinances or parts of ordinances; setting forth conditions of approval; and fixing the time when this ordinance shall become effective.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS FOLLOWS:

    SECTION 1.    The Zoning District Map established and adopted by Section 294 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Columbia, Missouri, is amended so that the following property:

LOTS FIFTY (50) AND FIFTY-ONE (51) IN CALL ADDITION TO THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI.

LOT NUMBER FORTY-NINE (49) IN CALL ADDITION TO THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI.

will be rezoned and become a part of District C-P (Planned Business District) and taken away from District R-3 (Medium Density Multiple-Family Dwelling District) and District C-3 (General Business District.  Hereafter the property may be used for the following permitted uses:  

Alcoholic beverage sales in the original package or by the drink on licensed premises shall be permitted in restaurants or similar places where substantial quantities of food are served, all in compliance with the alcoholic beverage regulations of chapter 4 of the City Code.
Apartment houses.
Armories.
Automobile repair facilities, provided that all repair shall take place within an enclosed building.
Banks, other financial institutions, and travel agencies.
Barber and beauty shops.
Bicycle repair shops.
Buildings and premises for public utility services or public service corporations.
Cleaning, pressing and dyeing establishments, provided that no explosive cleaning fluids shall be used.
Commercial swimming pools.
Counseling centers operated by charitable or not-for-profit organizations; excluding halfway houses or any use connected with penal or correctional institutions.
Dwellings, one-family.
Dwellings, two-family.
Electrical repair shop.
Family day care homes, day care centers, pre-school centers, nursery school, child play care centers, child education centers, child experiment stations or child development institutions.
Fraternity or sorority houses and dormitories.
Garage sales.
Garment storage facilities.
Group care homes for mentally retarded children.
Group homes for foster care.
Group homes for mentally or physically handicapped, under the conditions set forth in Sec. 29-6 of the City Code.
Home occupations which are compatible with the residential character of the neighborhood, subject to the restrictions set forth in Sec. 29-6 of the City Code.
Laundries, coin-operated.
Laundries, commercial.
Office buildings used for the administrative functions of businesses, professions, companies, corporations; and social, philanthropic, eleemosynary, or governmental organizations or societies.
Offices for professional and business use involving the sale or provision of services, but not the sale or rental of goods, including, but not limited to:
    (1)    Artists, sculptors, photographers.
    (2)    Authors, writers, composers.
    (3)    Lawyers, engineers, planners, architects, real estate agents, accountants, insurance agents, brokers, and consultants in similar professions.
    (4)    Ministers, rabbis, priests, or other clergy members.
    (5)    Physicians, dentists, chiropractors, or other licensed medical practitioners.
    (6)    Seamstresses, tailors.
    (7)    Teachers of private lessons in art, music, or dance.
Pet stores and grooming shops, for small animals.
Photographic service shops and studios.
Physical fitness centers, private gymnasiums and reducing salons.
Printing shops, provided the total mechanical power used in the operation of such printing plant shall not exceed five (5) horsepower.
Radio and television sales and service.
Rental services.
Repair of household appliances.
Residential care facilities.
Restaurants, cafes or cafeterias.
Self-service storage facilities.
Service stations, provided all fuel storage tanks are located underground.
Shoe repair shops.
Shops for custom work, or the manufacture of articles to be sold at retail only on the premises, provided that in such manufacture the total mechanical power shall not exceed five (5) horsepower for the operation of any one shop, and provided that the space occupied by the manufacturing use permitted herein shall not exceed fifty (50) per cent of the total floor area of the entire building or the equivalent of the ground thereof, and provided further that such manufacturing use is not noxious or offensive by reason of vibration, noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, or otherwise.
Sign painting shops.
Stores, shops and markets for retail trades, provided merchandise is not displayed, stored or offered for sale on the premises outside a building in the required front yard or in any side or rear yard adjacent to a residential zoning district.
Temporary real estate sales office, located on property being sold and limited to a period of sale, but not exceeding two (2) years without special permit from the board of adjustment.
Wholesale sales offices and sample rooms.
Any retail business or use of a similar character to those listed above, provided that such use is not noxious or offensive by reason of vibration, noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, or otherwise.
Customary accessory uses, including drive-up facilities, subject to the provisions of section 29-27 of the City Code.
Dwelling units shall be subject to section 29-8(d) of the City Code.
A hobby may be pursued as an accessory use by the occupant of the premises purely for personal enjoyment, amusement or recreation, provided that the articles produced or constructed are not sold in the ordinary course of business either on or off the premises, and provided such use will not be obnoxious or offensive by reason of vibration, noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, or otherwise.

The statement of intent, marked “Exhibit A,” is attached to and made a part of this ordinance.

    SECTION 2.    All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed.

    SECTION 3.    The rezoning of the property described in Section 1 shall be subject to the following conditions:

1.    All permitted uses shall be restricted to indoor operations and shall be prohibited from producing noise, obnoxious odors, vibrations, glare, fumes or electrical interference detectable to normal sensory perception outside the structure.

2.    No outdoor storage shall be permitted on the property.

3.    Loading and unloading of trucks shall be not be permitted between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.

    SECTION 4.    This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage.

    PASSED this 2nd day of March, 2009.