This law limits the number of "retail formula businesses," including restaurants required by contractual or other arrangement to maintain standardized services, merchandise, menus, ingredients, food preparation, uniforms, decor, logos, architecture, signs, or similar features to not more than ten percent (10%) of the total of like businesses in McCall and the area of city impact. Supermarkets are not subject to this restriction; provided, that they are not combined with formula restaurants or other formula retail with a different product offering.
The zoning code states that one of its purposes is "to facilitate the provision of public services and to promote and protect the health, safety, and welfare of all residents and visitors." § 3.1.02(E).
The zoning code states that one of its purposes is to "maintain and promote… the natural beauty of the surrounding lands and lakeshore, present and future, for presidents and visitors." § 3.1.02(A).
This policy is located in the McCall, Idaho City Code, Title 3 - Planning and Zoning, Chapter 8 - General Development. History: Ord. 821, 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006.
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