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1 CITY OF HAPEVILLE STATE OF GEORGIA ORDINANCE NO. CITY OF HAPEVILLE, GEORGIA PREAMBLE AND FINDINGS AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF HAPEVILLE, GEORGIA; TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF CHAPTER 93, ZONING; TO ESTABLISH ZONING REQUIREMENTS FOR CLIMATE- CONTROLLED STORAGE FACILITIES ; TO PROVIDE FOR CODIFICATION; TO PROVIDE FOR SEVERABILITY; TO REPEAL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; TO PROVIDE AN ADOPTION DATE; TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES ALLOWED BY LAW. WHEREAS, the governing authority of the City of Hapeville, Georgia (the City ) are the Mayor and Council thereof; and WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council have, as a part of planning, zoning and growth management, been in review of the City's zoning ordinances and have been studying the City's best estimates and projections of the type of development which could be anticipated within the City; and WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council therefore consider it paramount that land use regulation continue in the most orderly and predictable fashion with the least amount of disturbance to landowners and to the citizens of the City. The Mayor and Council have always had a strong interest in growth management so as to promote the traditional police power goals of health, safety, morals, aesthetics and the general welfare of the community; and in particular

2 the lessening of congestion on City streets, security of the public from crime and other dangers, promotion of health and general welfare of its citizens, protection of the aesthetic qualities of the City including access to air and light, and facilitation of the adequate provision of transportation and other public requirements; and WHEREAS, it is the belief of the Mayor and Council that the concept of public welfare is broad and inclusive; that the values it represents are spiritual as well as physical, aesthetic as well as monetary; and that it is within the power of the City to determine that a community should be beautiful as well as healthy, spacious as well as clean, well balanced as well as carefully patrolled. Kelo v. City of New London, 545 U.S. 469 (2005); Berman v. Parker, 348 U.S. 26 (1954). It is also the opinion of the City that general welfare includes the valid public objectives of aesthetics, conservation of the value of existing lands and buildings within the City, making the most appropriate use of resources, preserving neighborhood characteristics, enhancing and protecting the economic well-being of the community, facilitating adequate provision of public services, and the preservation of the resources of the City; and WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council are, and have been interested in, developing a cohesive and coherent policy regarding certain uses in the City, and have intended to promote community development through stability, predictability and balanced growth which will further the prosperity of the City as a whole; and WHEREAS, the City has determined that to serve the needs of the community, certain amendments are needed to the Zoning Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the City desires to amend its definitions, standards and special uses in the C-2, General Commercial Zoning District, regarding Climate-controlled storage facilities.

3 NOW THEREFORE, be it and it is hereby ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of Hapeville: Section 1. The City s Code of Ordinances is hereby amended by inserting a new definition of Climate-controlled s torage f acility in to Subsection (c) of Section to read as follows: Sec Definitions. Climate-controlled storage facility. A building or portion thereof used for dead storage, mainly of the excess personal property of an individual or family, but also of small amounts of goods or merchandise for businesses or individuals. Such storage facilities shall not include retail sale on the premises, commercial repair, manufacturing or any other commercial use. Section 2. The City s Code of Ordinances is hereby amended by adding a new Section to read as follows: Sec Uses requiring a special use permit. The following uses require a special use permit, in accordance with section and , in any C-2 zone: (1) Reserved. (2) Climate-controlled storage facilities. Climate-controlled storage facilities may be permitted in any C-2 zone, subject to special use permit and the following conditions: a. Parking and loading requirements. 1. Parking spaces one space for every 40 ren tal spaces and one space for each employee who may be working or arriving to work. 2. Loading spaces one space for every 400 rental spaces or majority fraction thereof. 3. Customer and employee parking spaces shall be full size spaces; loading spaces shall be a minimum of 12 feet by 24 feet and have 14 feet of vertical clearance. No part of any parking and loading spaces or maneuvering space shall encroach into a public right-ofway.

4 b. Minimum number of floors. F or the purpose of maximizing land utilization and minimizing impervious area, all climate-controlled storage facility developments shall be a minimum of three stories. c. Architectural design. 1. For the purpose of avoiding the industrial appearance of traditional mini-warehouses, the design and exterior finishes shall at a minimum reflect that of a typical Class B office building. (a) For purposes of this Section, Class B Buildings are defined as follows: i. T hese buildings are a grade below Class A. Generally, they are slightly older buildings with good management and quality tenants. ii. It is not uncommon for value-added investors to target these buildings with the intention of renovating them back into Class A buildings. iii. Class B buildings are well maintained overall and quite functional. iv. Class B office buildings commonly have an acceptable curtain wall finish, adequate (but not state of the art) mechanical, electrical and safety and security systems, and a mid-quality level of interior finish. v. Class B buildings compete for a wide range of users at average rental rates for their market area. vi. The following additional criteria characterize Class B office space: fair to good building finishes; good quality systems; and average rental rates. 2. All features that would afford a view into a private rental storage space should be faux or one way windows and shall present an opaque panel on the building façade. 3. All storage units shall be accessed through an interior entrance. Outside access to storage units is prohibited. d. Operational standards. 1. All climate-controlled storage facilities shall feature temperature and humidity regimens that protect personal goods stored on the premises from damaging temperature, sun and humidity extremes. 2. Outside storage of goods is prohibited. 3. Storage of recreational vehicles and dry storage of pleasure boats of any type customarily maintained by private individuals for personal use shall be prohibited.

5 4. Storage of flammable liquids, highly combustible or explosive materials, or hazardous chemicals shall be prohibited. 5. No units within the facility shall be used for or considered to be premises for the purpose of establishing residency or for assigning a legal address in order to obtain an occupational license or any other government permit or license to conduct business. 6. The hours of operation during which individuals with a written contract to rent or lease one or more storage units on the property shall be between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m., Monday through Sunday. 7. No resident manager or any type of overnight accommodations for such shall be permitted. 8. No units shall be used to manufacture, fabricate or process goods; to service or repair vehicles, boats, small engines or electrical equipment; or to conduct similar repair activities; to conduct garage sales or retail sales of any kind; to rehearse or practice utilizing band instruments; for conversion to an apartment or dwelling unit; or to conduct any other commercial or industrial activities o n the site ; provided that the owner may conduct retail sales in the leasing office limited to such items as locks, boxes and other moving supplies. e. Building and site plan review. Any new construction or renovation, including interior renovation, shall be subject to approval by the Planning Commission and the Design Review Committee. Any conversion of a building a climate-controlled storage facility shall comply with the standards contained herein for new construction, including the minimum building height of three stories. Section 3. (a) It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Mayor and Council that all sections, paragraphs, sentences, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance are or were, upon their enactment, believed by the Mayor and Council to be fully valid, enforceable and constitutional. (b) It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Mayor and Council that, to the greatest extent allowed by law, each and every section, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of

6 this Ordinance is severable from every other section, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance. It is hereby further declared to be the intention of the Mayor and Council that, to the greatest extent allowed by law, no section, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance is mutually dependent upon any other section, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance. (c) In the event that any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section of this Ordinance shall, for any reason whatsoever, be declared invalid, unconstitutional or otherwise unenforceable by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, it is the express intent of the Mayor and Council that such invalidity, unconstitutionality or unenforceability shall, to the greatest extent allowed by law, not render invalid, unconstitutional or otherwise unenforceable any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or sections of this Ordinance and that, to the greatest extent allowed by law, all remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs and sections of this Ordinance shall remain valid, constitutional, enforceable, and of full force and effect. Section 4. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby expressly repealed. Section 5. The effective date of this Ordinance shall be the date of adoption unless otherwise stated herein. ORDAINED this day of, CITY OF HAPEVILLE, GEORGIA:

7 Alan Hallman, Mayor ATTEST: Jennifer Elkins, City Clerk APPROVED BY: Steve Fincher, City Attorney

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