A. The decision to approve, approve with conditions, or deny an application for a home occupation permit shall be made by the Community Development Director upon findings of whether or not the purposed home occupation is or will be:
1. In conformance with the standards contained in this section;
2. Clearly subordinate to the residential use of the property; and
3. Undertaken in a manner that is not detrimental or disruptive in terms of appearance or operation to neighboring properties or the community.
B. Conditions Applicable to Approval.
1. The Community Development Director may impose conditions upon the approval of a home occupation permit to ensure compatibility with adjacent residential uses and surrounding neighborhoods. These conditions may include, but are not limited to, the following:
a. Further limiting the hours, days, place and manner of operation.
b. Requiring site and building design features which minimize environmental impacts such as noise, vibration, air pollution, glare, odor and dust.
e. Designating the size, number, location and design of vehicle access points.
h. Requiring the protection and preservation of existing trees and other vegetation.
i. Requiring storm drainage improvements, and surfacing of parking and loading areas.
k. Limiting or setting standards for the location and intensity of outdoor lighting.
l. Requiring and designating the size, height, location of fences and materials used for their construction. [Ord. 264 § 1, 2001.]