Establishes specific use restrictions for “neighborhood corner store;” includes language encouraging such stores to sell fresh produce and prohibits them from selling alcoholic beverages.
"Corner stores are strongly encouraged to provide fresh produce." (18.30.260(C)). "Neighborhood corner stores are not permitted to sell beer, wine, or other alcohol." (Sec. 18.30.260(H)(4)).
For zoning chapter in general: "Promote . . . general prosperity of the city." Sec. 18.10.010 (A) (1).
"The neighborhood corner store is established largely to serve adjacent residential neighborhoods. The corner store allows for a small convenience store." § 18.30.260(A).
Performance standards are set forth in § 18.30.260 (H).
Title 18 (Zoning), Division 3 (Specific Uses), Chapter 18.30 (Specific Use Regulations), Section 18.30.260 (Neighborhood Corner Stores). History: Ord. No. 2012-2372, Exh. B-1, 2-7-2012.