Section 29-27 Accessory uses.


    (a) A driveway to provide access to premises in commercial or industrial districts shall not be permitted through residential districts. Buildings or uses which are accessory to the use permitted in one district shall not be permitted in a more restrictive district.

    (b) In hospitals, sanitariums or clinics, the necessary use of a pharmacy shall be permitted, provided that such pharmacy is incident and subordinate to the main use, and is an integral part of the main building; is operated only during the hours of operation of the main building, and not before 7:00 a.m., nor after 6:00 p.m., and further provided that no retail sales are made or completed therein other than the sale of drugs and medicines prescribed by a physician or surgeon, or that are listed in the latest edition of "The United States Pharmacopoeia."

    (c) In hospitals, sanitariums or clinics, the accessory use of an orthopedic outfitting service may be permitted, provided that such service is incident and subordinate to the main use, is an integral part of the main building, is operated only during the hours of operation of the main building, and not before 7:00 a.m., nor after 6:00 p.m., and further provided that no retail sales are made or completed therein other than the sale or outfitting of orthopedic or surgical appliances or orthopedic shoes which have been prescribed in writing by a physician or surgeon.

    (d) For any dwelling there shall be permitted one private garage with space for not more than one motor vehicle for each two thousand (2,000) square feet of lot area. Such garage shall be located not less than sixty (60) feet from the front lot line, nor less than three (3) feet from any side lot line, nor less than one foot from any alley line. When the rear lot line is common to a side or rear lot line of another lot, such garage must be located a minimum of three (3) feet from such rear lot line and for corner lots, not less than the distance required for residences from side streets. A garage may be constructed across a common lot line by mutual agreement between property owners. A garage constructed as an integral part of the main building shall be subject to the regulations affecting the main building, except that on a corner lot, a private garage, when attached to the main building and not exceeding the height of the main building, may extend into the required rear yard to a point not less than eighteen (18) feet from the rear lot line, and shall not occupy more than thirty (30) per cent of the required rear yard. No part of a detached accessory building shall be closer than ten (10) feet to the main building.

    (e) For any dwelling there shall be permitted a private swimming pool(s) and/or tennis court(s). Such use shall be located not less than sixty (60) feet from the front lot line, nor less than three (3) feet from any side lot line, nor less than one foot from any alley line. When the rear lot line is common to a side or rear lot line of another lot, such use must be located a minimum of three (3) feet from such rear lot line and for corner lots, not less than the distance required for residences from side streets. Such use may be constructed across a common lot line by mutual agreement between property owners. Such use constructed as an integral part of the main building shall be subject to the regulations affecting the main building, except that on a corner lot, such use, when attached to the main building and not exceeding the height of the main building, may extend into the required rear yard to a point not less than eighteen (18) feet from the rear lot line, and shall not occupy more than thirty (30) per cent of the required rear yard. No part of such use shall be closer than ten (10) feet to the main building.

    (f) Amusement game machines shall be permitted in commercial business establishments, provided no more than three (3) machines are located on the premises.

(Code 1964, § 19.220; Ord. No. 9958, § 1, 10-3-83; Ord. No. 14747, § 1, 2-5-96)