E. Accessory Use - Recycling Collection Station .
i. Nonresidential Zoning . A collection or donation bin shall only be located in a nonresidential zoning district and shall not occupy a parking lot or parking space. The bin may be located adjacent to a parking lot but not within a parking bay, a designated landscape island or landscape area, approved on a landscape plan by the Town.
ii . Mobility . The collection or donation bin shall remain mobile.
iii. Screening. The recycling collection station shall be screened in accordance with §9-1255 Use Standards, p. Miscellaneous Use, (1) Accessory Use, and per the Town’s Standard Specifications & Constructions Details. iv. Town Approval . The owner or representative of the recycling station or bin shall obtain approval by the Town as to the location of the center via a site plan or building permit and must provide written proof of permission to locate on a property if not owned by the owner or representative of the recycling center.
v. Maintenance . The collection or donation bin, dumpster or enclosed area shall be maintained in good appearance and free from trash and debris.
vi. Hazardous Materials Prohibited . There shall be no collection or storage of hazardous or biodegradable waste on the site.
vii. Compliance . Any collection or donation station, dumpster or bin not in conformance at the time of adoption of the Land Development Ordinance shall come into compliance within 90 days after adoption.
viii. A Special Use Permit is required for operation in the Residential Low Density (RLD) Zoning District.
F. Accessory Use - Seasonal Outdoor, Sales / Display.
i. Limited Display . It is prohibited to display lawn and garden supplies, utility buildings, trailers, or other merchandise in the parking lot of a nonresidential or retail establishment, except that lawn and garden supplies may be permitted in a parking lot under the following standards:
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