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					                •   Optician's offices
                •   Osteopath's offices
                •   Podiatrist's offices

               OFFICES INVOLVING NO RETAIL SALES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
               TO:
               • Accountant's offices
               • Architect's offices
               • Attorney's or law offices
               • Auditor's offices
               • Bookkeeping service offices
               • Business and professional offices, miscellaneous
               • Chamber of commerce offices
               • Detective agencies
               • Security service offices
               • Employment agencies
               • Engineer's offices
               • Insurance agencies
               • Labor unions and organization offices
               • Land surveyors offices
               • Merchants' associations
               • Not-for-profit organization offices
               • Political organization offices
               • Real estate offices
               • Regional sales offices
               • Secretarial services offices
               • Security and commodity broker offices
               • Towers less than 50' in height and located on the subject property not less than the
                  tower height (plus five additional feet) from the nearest adjacent property line.
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               - (7) (b) In the CIB district, i~ addition to the uses permitted in RS, RIA, RIB, RIC, R2,
        R3 and CIA, there n:i'ayalso be the following uses, provided however that the sale of alcoholic
        beverages shall not be permitted (except by special permit) and there shall be no outside storage
        permitted:

               SALE OF GOODS & PRODUCTS PRIMARILY                    AT RETAIL AS FOLLOWS
               (AND NONE OTHERS):
               • Antique shops
               • Appliance shops
               • Art supply stores
               • Bicycle sales and repair shops, provided that not more than five persons are employed
                  or utilized (in any capacity) on the premises at anyone time.
               • Book and stationery stores
               • Business machine sales and service



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•   Camera and photographic supply stores
•   Candy and confectionery stores
•   Carpet and rug cleaning
•   Carpet and rug stores
•   Catalog stores
•   Catering establishments
•   China and glassware stores
•   Coin, philatelic, stamp and numismatic stores
•   Dairy products stores
•   Delicatessens
•   Department stores
•   Drapery stores
•   Drug stores and pharmacies
•   Dry good stores
•   Household appliance stores and service, provided any repair service is clearly
    secondary to the primary use
•   Household appliance repair, provided that not more than five persons are employed or
    utilized (in any capacity) on the premises at one time.
•   Extermination shops
•   Florist shops and conservatories
•   Food stores, grocery stores, meat markets, fish markets
•   Furniture stores
•   Furrier shops, including the incidental storage and conditioning of furs
•   Garden supply and seed stores, including strictly lawn and garden equipment, but not
    farm machinery or supplies
•   Gift shop
•   Haberdasheries
•   Hardware stores
•   Hobby shops
•   Ice and milk shops
•   Ice cream stores
•   Jewelry stores
•   Leather goods and luggage stores
•   Linoleum and tile stores
•   Mail order house
•   Millinery shops
•   Musical instrument sales and repair
•   Newsstands
•   Notion stores
•   Office supply stores and repair of office equipment provided such repair service is
    clearly secondary to the primary use.
•   Orthopedic and medical appliance stores, but not including the assembly or
    manufacture of such article
•   Paint and wallpaper stores


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•   Pawn shops
•   Pet stores
•   Phonograph record, tape and sheet music stores
•   Plumbing and heating showrooms, but not shops
•   Radio and television sales and service, provided any repair service is clearly
    secondary to the primary use
•   Radio and television service, provided that not more than five persons are employed
    or utilized (in any capacity) on the premises at anyone time.
•   Restaurants
•   Retail outlet stores, accessory to manufacturing or wholesale establishment.
•   School supply stores
•   Second hand stores
•   Shoe stores
•   Sporting goods stores
•   Tobacco shops
•   Toy stores
•   Trading stamp stores
•   Wearing apparel shops

SERVICE USES AS FOLLOWS (AND NONE OTHERS):
•   Animal hospitals; for care and treatment of domestic pets and animals only, where
    there are no open kennels
•   Banks including drive-in facilities
•   Barber shops
•   Beauty parlors
•   Blueprinting and Photostatting establishments
•   Clothes pressing establishments, provided that not more than ten persons are
    employed or utilized (in any capacity) on the premises at anyone time.
•   Clothing and shoe tailoring or repair, provided that not more than five persons are
    employed or utilized (in any capacity) of the premises at anyone time.
•   Clothing rental agencies
•   Currency exchange
•   Dry cleaners and laundries including drive-in facilities, provided that not more than
    ten persons are employed or utilized (in any capacity) on the premises at anyone
    time.
•   Financial institutions
•   Funeral parlors and undertaking establishments
•   Investment companies
•   Loan companies
•   Locksmith shops
•   News syndicates
•   Newspaper distribution agencies
•   Parking lots, open for storage of automobiles
•   Personnel training centers


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              •   Photo processing and film printing businesses
              •   Radio service and repair shops
              •   Recording studios
              •   Savings and loans; including drive-in facilities
              •   Taxidermists
              •   Television service and repair shops
              •   Travel agencies and bureaus and transportation ticket offices
              •   Water softener service
              •   Window cleaning firms

              EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS INCLUDING, BUT LIMITED TO:
              • Athletic schools
              • Business college
              • Commercial schools
              • Trade schools
              • Vocational schools
----         (8) In the C2 district, in addition to the uses permitted in RS, RIA, RIB, RIC, R2, R3,
       CIA and CIB, there may also be:

              SALES OF GOODS AND PRODUCTS PRIMARILY AT RETAIL AS FOLLOWS
              (AND NONE OTHERS):
              • Auction rooms/house, but not for animals or livestock
              • Automobile parts and accessories dealers, including installation providing such
                 installation services are clearly secondary to the primary use
              • Automobile vehicle sales and service. (See also, "Service Uses" under this section)
              • Bakeries, provided that not more than five persons are employed or utilized (in any
                 capacity) on the premises at anyone time
              • Bars and cocktail lounges, including live entertainment and dancing
              • Boat and marine showrooms, sales and service
              • Bottled gas dealers
              • Camper and recreational vehicles sales and service
              • Farm supplies
              • Feed stores
              • Frozen food stores, including locker rental in conjunction therewith
              • Mobile home dealers
              • Model home or garage displays
              • Motorcycle and ATV sales and service
              • Package liquor stores
              • Restaurants, including live entertainment, dancing and/or the service of alcoholic
                 beverages
              • Snowmobile sales and service
              • Swimming pools sales and service
              • Taverns


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