provisions of this or any other applicable ordinances: Parapet walls, chimneys, smokestacks, church spires, flagpoles, radio and television towers, penthouses for mechanical equipment, and watertanks.
Building height in excess of the height above average ground level allowed in any district may be permitted provided all minimum front, side, and rear yard depths are increased one (1) foot for each additional one (1) foot of height and provided that adequate fire protection can be demonstrated.
No detached accessory building or structure shall be located closer than ten (10) feet to any other building or structure.
All detached accessory structures in any residential district shall be subject to the same dimensional requirements affecting the principal structure, except, they shall be located no closer than five (5) feet from any rear lot line or the rear yard portion of any side lot line; and shall not exceed twelve (12) feet in height.
All accessory structures in non-residential districts shall be subject to the same stan- dards and requirements as are required for all principal structures within such dist- ricts.
All detached accessory structures in an agricultural district, ten (10) acres or less, shall be subject to the same dimensional requirements affecting the principal structure, except, they shall be located no closer than twenty (20) feet from any side lot line, and thirty-five
feet from any rear lot line or the rear yard portion of any side lot line.
A site plan is to be submitted to the Zoning Administrator if an accessory building is to be constructed with no residence on a parcel. The plan must include an appropriate area for a residential home and septic system to be built on the lot at a later time.
Distance Between Grouped Buildings:
In addition to the required setback lines provided elsewhere in this Ordinance, in group dwellings (including semi-detached and multiple dwellings) the following minimum distances shall be required between each said dwelling.
Where buildings are front to front or front to rear, three (3) times the height of the taller building, but not less than seventy (70) feet.