Communication towers as regulated in Section 5.3.10 (G).
Area, Yard, Height, and Bulk Requirements:
See Section 4.5.
SECTION 4.2 - RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS
The Rural Non-Farm Residential District, Lake Residential District, Suburban Residential District, and Multiple-Family Residential District are designated principally for residential use and are limited to dwellings and uses normally associated with residential neighborhoods in order to encourage a suitable and healthy environment for family life. The residential districts are designed to regulate the location of residential uses and dwellings according to a well-considered plan which reflects the different types of residential uses and dwellings, the different densities of population and the inten- sity of land use desired; potential nuisances and hazards which may cause unhealthy conditions; and the relationship of residential uses and dwellings to other areas devoted to agricultural, commercial, or industrial use and to streets. The purpose of each residential district is further stated below.
4.2.1 Rural Non-Farm Residential District (RNF-1):
This district is established to provide suitable areas for single-family dwellings at low densities to preserve a predominantly rural character in these areas fit for concentrated residential use because of the ability of the soil to absorb sewage wastes from individual septic tanks.
Single-family detached dwellings.
Home occupations as defined in Section 2.2.28.
On-site signs, only in accordance with the regulations specified in Article V,
Section 5.17.3. Essential services, only in accordance with the regulations specified in Article V, Section 5.5.
Accessory uses or structures.
Family Day-Care Home licensed or registered under Act 116 of the Public
Acts of 1973.
Conditional Uses, subject to the provisions of Section 5.3 (as amended 2/13/80).