business and for personal and business service for the city and its trade area. It is the most intensely developed district and contains stores and services for all areas of the city, requiring a high degree of internal interaction that demands close proximity and freedom of movement by pedestrians within the District.
Any consumer and personal service establishments such as, but not limited to, the following:
Shoe repair shops, drug stores, hardware stores, barber and beauty shops, clothing stores, banks and other financial institutions, hotels, office buildings, walk-in restaurants, pool rooms, gift shops and variety stores, printing shops, jewelry stores, mail-order houses, radio and television studios, and health center.
Dry cleaning establishments are permitted, provided that establishments meet all fire code requirements; have installed venting which assures dispersion of all obnoxious fumes and odors at least twenty-five (25) feet above the street level or five (5) feet above the roof level of the highest adjoining building, whichever is the higher; use only nonflammable solvents as specified by the Underwriters' Laboratory, Incorporated, receive and disburse merchandise for processing on the premises; and provide at least two (2) off-street parking spaces for customers.
In case, shall the following uses be permitted within the Central Business District:
New or used car sales, farm implement sales, trailer sales, drive-in theaters, drive-in restaurants, or any other similar uses which the Board of Zoning Adjustment determines to be detrimental to the district as a pedestrian-oriented retail consumer-service district.