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Ordinance No. 2018-05.  An Ordinance amending and supplementing the Planning and Zoning Code to 
correct typographical errors; establish a deadline for the dedication of streets; authorize the 
Code Enforcement Officer to extend the time for site plan approval; add the definition for 
Institutional  Care  Facility;  prohibit  truck  stops,  storage  of  vehicles  as  a  principle  
use,  and freestanding  drive-through  facilities;  limit  the  number  of  semi-trailer  truck  
refueling  stations; change  the  maximum  height  requirement  for  fences  and/or  retaining  
walls  under  certain circumstances;  clarify only one  principle  use  allowed  per  parcel,  like 
 uses  can  be  on  one  lot, accessory structures must be subordinate in height to the principle 
structure, and the sum of square feet of footprint of principle structure; require a permit for 
unenclosed patios; add floor standards for accessory buildings; permit the raising of chickens; 
prohibit wood piles in side yards; change the industrial architectural design standards; require 
private driveways and lots to meet certain requirements; exempt residential property from certain 
landscaping requirements; expand on the requirement  for  landscaping;  clarifying  requirements  
for  street  trees  for  private  commercial developments; establish a minimum requirement for 
certain landscaping; include dumpster wall damage protection; modify the area and height for 
wayfinding signs and monument signs; permit digital signs in industrial districts; allow for pole 
mounted driveway signs; amend the material and construction type for ground mounted and downtown 
signs; and include the definition of truck terminal.

Mr. Hickman asked Mr. Chesar about the shipping containers located behind the Fire Station on Route 
4.  Mr. Chesar’s understanding is that it is a training facility for the Fire Department and will 
look into the shipping containers and provide information as it relates to the Planning and Zoning 
Code.

Mr. Clark moved to consider this the first reading of Ordinance No. 2018-05 and have it read by 
title only; seconded by Mr. Funk.  Voice vote.  Motion carried.
The Clerk of Council read Ordinance No. 2018-05 by title only.

Mr. Clark moved to approve the first reading of Ordinance No. 2018-05; seconded by Mrs. Hale.
Roll call vote: seven ayes. Motion carried.

Source: Monroe Council Minutes
Regular Meeting of Council
March 13, 2018 – 6:30 p.m.
233 South Main Street, Monroe, Ohio

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Mr. Hickman asked Mr. Chesar about the shipping containers located behind the Fire Station on Route 
4.  Mr. Chesar’s understanding is that it is a training facility for the Fire Department and will 
look into the shipping containers and provide information as it relates to the Planning and Zoning 
Code.
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Ordinance No. 2018-05. An Ordinance amending and supplementing the Planning and Zoning
Code to correct typographical errors; establish a deadline for the dedication of streets; authorize
the Code Enforcement Officer to extend the time for site plan approval; add the definition for
Institutional Care Facility; prohibit truck stops, storage of vehicles as a principle use, and
freestanding drive-through facilities; limit the number of semi-trailer truck refueling stations;
change the maximum height requirement for fences and/or retaining walls under certain
circumstances; clarify only one principle use allowed per parcel, like uses can be on one lot,
accessory structures must be subordinate in height to the principle structure, and the sum of square
feet of footprint of principle structure; require a permit for unenclosed patios; add floor standards
for accessory buildings; permit the raising of chickens; prohibit wood piles in side yards; change
the industrial architectural design standards; require private driveways and lots to meet certain
requirements; exempt residential property from certain landscaping requirements; expand on the
requirement for landscaping; clarifying requirements for street trees for private commercial
developments; establish a minimum requirement for certain landscaping; include dumpster wall
damage protection; modify the area and height for wayfinding signs and monument signs; permit
digital signs in industrial districts; allow for pole mounted driveway signs; amend the material and
construction type for ground mounted and downtown signs; and include the definition of truck
terminal. (Second Reading)

Mrs. Waggaman reported that staff is still gathering comments and suggested tabling this
ordinance.

Mr. Hickman moved to table Ordinance No. 2018-05; seconded by Mr. Clark. Roll call vote:
seven ayes. Motion carried.

Source: Monroe Council Minutes
Regular Meeting of Council
March 27, 2018 – 6:30 p.m.
233 South Main Street, Monroe, Ohio
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