Area, Yard, Height, and Bulk Requirements:
See Section 4.5.
SECTION 4.4 - INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT
It is recognized by this Ordinance that the value to the public designating certain areas for certain types of industrial uses represented in the employment opportunities afforded to citizens the resultant economic benefits conferred upon the Township of Liberty. In order that this value may be maintained and this encouraged, this Ordinance has established one zoning district designed to regulate the location of industrial uses according to a well─considered plan which reflects the types of such uses and the intensity of land, street, and highway use in each such district; potential nuisances and hazards which may cause unsafe and unhealthy conditions; and the relationship of industrial uses to each other and to other areas devoted to agricultural, residential, or commercial use and to streets, highways, and other means of transportation. To these ends, certain uses which would function more effectively in other districts and would interfere with the operation of these industrial activities and the purpose of these districts have been excluded. The purpose of each industrial district is stated further below.
4.4.1 Light Industrial District (I-1):
This district is designed to provide suitable space for light industrial uses which operate in a safe, non-objectionable and efficient manner, and which are compatible in appearance with and require a minimum of buffering measures from adjoining non-industrial zoning district. These uses generate a minimum of noise, glare, odor, dust, vibration, air and water pollut- ants, fire, explosive and radioactive hazards, and other harmful or obnoxious matter.
Wholesale merchandising or storage warehouses.
Vehicle repair garages, but not including auto junk yards.
Farm machinery and equipment sales and repair.
Industrial office buildings