Sec. 35.1-51.1. Boardinghouses, lodging houses, or rooming houses.
Boardinghouses, lodging houses, or rooming houses permitted by conditional use permit in residential districts shall meet the following standards:
(a) The lot must contain the minimum area requirements of the respective district for each family unit, boarder or roomer.
(b) The facility shall not exceed a total of nine (9) boarders or six (6) roomers, except when a resident manager, as defined herein, resides on the premises, in which case the maximum number of roomers shall not exceed nine (9) including the manager.
(c) The resident manager shall be a responsible person who is designated to act on the behalf of the owner of a rooming house and shall keep proper order of such premises.
(d) The site must comply with the parking requirements of Section 35.1-25 of the zoning ordinance.
(e) The operator of the facility must obtain any necessary license from the commissioner of the revenue for such a facility.
(f) The conditional use permit shall be subject to review by the planning commission and revocation by the city council.
(g) The conditional use permit shall be granted only to the person or firm who will operate the boardinghouse, lodging house, or rooming house, and such conditional use permit shall not be transferable.
(h) The planning commission or the city council may prescribe any additional conditions which are necessary or desirable in its judgment. (Ord. No. O-89-201, § 2, 7-1-89; Ord. No. O-90-056, 2-13-90)
Last updated date: 10/23/2006 4:15:21 PM