Section 175-63 PLANS REQUIRED; ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS.
A. Before a building permit shall be issued or construction commenced on any permitted use in this district or a permit issued for a new use, the plans, in sufficient detail to show compliance with substantive provisions of this chapter and the operations and processes, shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator for study. The Administrator shall refer these plans to the Planning Commission for its recommendation. Modification of the plans may be required. Such plans shall be drawn in accordance with Sections 175-116 and 175-117.
B. Permitted uses shall be conducted wholly within a completely enclosed building or within an area enclosed on all sides by a solid, masonry wall, a uniformly painted solid board fence or an evergreen hedge six (6) feet in height. Public utilities and signs requiring natural air circulation, unobstructed view or other technical consideration necessary for proper operation may be exempt from this provision. This exception does not include storing of any materials.
C. The Planning Commission may require landscaping within any established or required front setback area. The plans and execution must take into consideration traffic circulation. Landscaping may be permitted up to a height of three (3) feet and to within fifty (50) feet from the corner of any intersecting streets.
D. Sufficient area shall be provided to adequately screen permitted uses from adjacent business and residential districts and for off-street parking, which shall be in accordance with the provisions set forth in Section 175-104.
E. The Administrator shall act on any application received within thirty (30) days after receiving the application. If formal notice in writing is given to the applicant, the time for action may be extended for a thirty-day period. Failure on the part of the Administrator to act on the application within the established time limit shall be deemed to constitute approval of the application.