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         at its discretion a development plan as required in Article

         XIII.

b. Permitted Uses - Uses as currently enforced by these Regulations for that particular zone and any other guidelines as invoked by the city and/or county.  The City of Shelbyville has specific guidelines for historic preservation.  These particular guidelines can be found in The Shelbyville Historic District Guidebook.   

c. Buffer Zones - As required in Article XV or at the discretion of the Planning Commission.

1.Central Business District

The intent of this district is to maintain the character currently established in the area with predominantly three story buildings, urban in character.  There will not be any requirements for off-street parking in the district.  It is anticipated that these regulations shall work to implement these concepts and shall encourage building character (material, height, facade treatment) compatible with existing character.

Principal Permitted Uses Include But Are Not Limited to the Following:  

a. Retail and Personal Service Outlets as Follows:  antiques; apparel stores; bakeries, including baking on the premises; barber shops; beauty parlors; camera and photo supply stores; dairy products sales; drug stores of any size; dry cleaning and laundry; florists; fruit and vegetable markets; health centers; household furnishings; jewelry and leather goods sales and repairs; mail order houses; opticians and orthopedic specialists; paint and art supplies; radio and other electronic repair shops;  shoe sales;  tobacco shops;  toy stores;  variety stores;

b. Offices:  business and professional offices of any kind;

c. Banks: Including drive-in facilities, savings and loan

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