A multiple-family building containing six (6) or more dwelling units.
More than one (1) multiple-family building on a lot, parcel, or tract of land, or on a combination of lots under one (1) ownership.
An office in any Residential District.
Any gasoline service station abutting a Residential District.
Site plans submitted for the uses prescribed in subsection 5.19.4.B shall be submitted in accordance with the following requirements:
The site plan shall be of a scale not to be greater than one (1) inch equals twenty (20) feet nor less than one (1) inch equals two hundred (200) feet, and of such accuracy that the Planning Commission can readily interpret the site plan, and shall include more than one (1) drawing where required for clarity.
The property shall be identified by lot lines and location, including dimensions, angles and size, and correlated with the legal description of said property. Such plan shall further include the name and address of the property owner, developer, and designer.
The site plan shall show the scale; north point; boundary dimensions; topography (at least two  foot contour intervals); and natural fea- tures, such as; woodlots, streams, rivers, lakes, drains, and similar features.
The site plan shall show existing manmade features, such as buildings; structures; high tension towers; pipe lines; and existing utilities; such as, water and sewer lines, excavations, bridges,
Hotels or motels.
Automobile repair garages.
Bulk oil storage.