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A. Industry, Custom. Establishments primarily engaged in on site production of goods by hand manufacturing involving the use of hand tools and small scale equipment. Includes mechanical equipment not exceeding two horsepower or a single kiln not exceeding eight kilowatts and the incidental direct sale to consumers of only those goods produced on site. Typical uses include custom bookbinding, ceramic studios, candle making shops, and custom jewelry manufacture.

B. Industry, General. Manufacturing of products, primarily from extracted or raw materials, or bulk storage and handling of such products and materials. Uses in this classification typically involve a high incidence of truck or rail traffic, and/or outdoor storage of products, materials, equipment, or bulk fuel. This classification includes food processing and packaging, laundry and dry cleaning plants, stonework and concrete products manufacture (including concrete ready mix plants), and power generation. Noxious industrial uses, such as asphalt and chemical manufacture, hot mix plants, rendering, and tanneries are excluded from this classification.

C. Industry, Limited. Manufacturing of finished parts or products, primarily from extracted or raw materials; and provision of industrial services; both within an enclosed building. This classification includes processing, fabrication, assembly, treatment, and packaging, but excludes basic industrial processing from raw materials, food processing, and Vehicle/Equipment Sales and Services. Includes the incidental direct sale to customers of only those goods produced or assembled on site.

D. Industry, Research and Development. Establishments primarily engaged in the research, development, and controlled production of high technology electronic, industrial or scientific products or commodities for sale, but prohibits uses that may be objectionable in the opinion of the Public Works Director, by reason of production of offensive odor, dust, noise, vibration, or storage of hazardous materials. This classification includes biotechnology firms, and manufacturers of nontoxic computer components.

E. Wholesaling, Distribution and Storage. Storage and distribution facilities without direct public access.

1. Trucking Terminals. Storage and distribution facilities having more than six heavy trucks on the premises at one time, but excluding trucking accessory to a Limited Industry or General Industry classification.

2. Small Scale. Wholesaling, distribution and storage having a maximum gross floor area of 5,000 square feet and having no more than two docks or service bays.

F. Agricultural Testing Laboratory. Establishments engaged in the regulatory testing and reporting of agricultural products, including, but not limited to, heavy metals, microbial impurities, mycotoxins, residual pesticides, solvents and processing chemicals. An agricultural testing laboratory includes a cannabis testing laboratory. (Ord. 3634 § 4, 2020; Ord. 3472 § 1, 2012; Ord. 3424 § 1, 2009)