§ 147.13.3.10.3 - Post Offices.

§ 147.13.3.10.3 - Post Offices.

A Special Exception may be granted to permit a publicly or privately owned Post Office, provided that:

  • 147.13.3.10.3.1 Traffic access to and from the site will not alter the character of the abutting residential neighborhood; 
  • 147.13.3.10.3.2 The Post Office is architecturally compatible with the surrounding residential district; 
  • 147.13.3.10.3.3 The proposed facility will not adversely affect abutting properties by reason of undue light, noise, density of use or decreased property values; 
  • 147.13.3.10.3.4 No portion of the building may be used for any purpose other than a Post Office; 
  • 147.13.3.10.3.5 At such time as the facility ceases to be used as a Post Office, the building and improvements shall either be razed or converted to a use allowed in the District, and 
  • 147.13.3.10.3.6 The minimum dimensional lot requirements (lot size, setbacks, frontage...) may be increased by either the Zoning Board of Adjustment or the Planning Board if it is found that the aforementioned criteria cannot be met using minimum dimensional requirements.
Post Offices.

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147.13.3.10.3