The parking requirements for all uses proposed on a lot shall be cumulative, unless the Planning Commission shall find that the parking requirements of a particular land use occur at different hours from those of other contiguous land uses, such that particular land use parking areas can be advanta- geously used during non-conflicting hours by the other contiguous land use, in which event the required parking spaces for such particular land use may be reduced by the Planning Commission to a minimum of the greatest number spaces required for any of such contiguous land uses.
SECTION 5.15 – OUTDOOR WOOD-FIRED HYDRONIC HEATERS
An outdoor wood-fired hydronic heater may be installed and used in the Township of Liberty only in accordance with all of the following provisions:
The outdoor wood-fired hydronic heater shall not be installed and used in an area zoned RL-1 (Lake Residential) or RS-1 (Suburban Residential), unless the heater meets the Phase II emission standards, as set forth in subsection 5.15.2 of this regulation.
The outdoor wood-fired hydronic heater shall not be used to burn pressure treated wood, painted wood, particleboard, household refuse, or yard waste.
If neither Phase I or Phase II emission standards as set forth in subsection 5.15.2
and (D)of this Ordinance are met by the outdoor wood-fired hydronic heater, then the heater shall not be located within 500 feet of the nearest residence which is not on the same property as the wood-fired hydronic heater.
Outdoor wood-fired hydronic heaters that meet the Phase I emission standards, as set forth in subsection 5.15.2 (C), shall be located at least 300 feet from the nearest residence which is not on the same property as the wood-fired hydronic heater.
Outdoor wood-fired hydronic heaters that meet the Phase II emission standards, as set forth in subsection 5.15.2 (D), are not subject to the distance requirements noted in subsections 5.15.1(C) and (D) above.
Outdoor wood-fired hydronic heaters shall have a chimney height which prevents the smoke from creating a nuisance for neighbors and which allows effective operation of the unit.
The outdoor wood-fired hydronic heater shall be placed to the rear or side of