Mayer Ordinance No. 186

CITY OF MAYER ORDINANCE #186 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE XV: LAND USAGE, CHAPTER 152, ZONING, SECTION 152.059 OF THE CITY CODE BY ADDING SUBSECTION (D), RELATING TO CONDITIONAL USES IN THE C-2 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT. TO PROVIDE FOR THE PUBLIC SAFETY, HEALTH, AND WELFARE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MAYER THAT TITLE XV OF THE MAYER CITY CODE, SECTION 152.059 SHALL BE AMENDED BY ADDING THE FOLLOWING SUBSECTION: (D) Conditional uses. The following uses may be permitted after issuance by the City of a conditional use permit: (1) Convenience Store with vehicle fuel stations, provided that: (a) The sale of food items is in compliance with state and county standards. (b) Vehicle fuel facilities are installed in accordance with state standards. Adequate space shall be provided to access fueling station and allow maneuverability around the pumps. Underground fuel storage tanks are to be positioned to allow adequate access by automotive fuel transports and unloading operations minimize conflict with circulation, access and other activities on the site. (c) Wherever fuel stations are to be installed, station islands shall be installed. (d) An internal site pedestrian circulation system shall be defined and appropriate provisions made to protect such areas from encroachments by parked cars or moving vehicles. (2) Mixed use of a Permitted Use and multiple-family residential dwelling units; but only if at least 25% of the interior square footage (exclusive of the basement or cellar) is used full time for a Permitted Use, and said permitted and residential uses are not conflicting. (3) Parking of vehicles; need not be enclosed. (4) Auto Repair, Minor establishments provided all storage is completely enclosed and no items are stored outside. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall become effective following its publication in the official newspaper of the City. ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Mayer, Carver County, Minnesota this 8th day of October, 2012. (Published in The Waconia Patriot Oct. 18, 2012)