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13894_:�d IL ORDINANCE # 13,894 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 43 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE CITY OF LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS: SECTION 1. Chapter 43 of the Code of Ordinances, establishing rules, regulations and restrictions on zoning including the use and placement of construction on land, shall be amended as follows: Pages 110 -112 Section 7 -105.1 "AF" Agriculture and Forestry District A. PURPOSE AND INTENT The "AF" Agriculture and Forestry District is intended to provide a smooth transition between purely rural areas and newly urbanizing areas, allowing flexibility adequate to permit reasonable absorbtion of land use types typically found in the urban fringe. Many areas newly annexed to the City will be already partially developed with a variety of non -urban land uses, while others will exhibit relatively little development of any kind. It is the purpose of the "AF" District to provide a usable zoning designation and to provide for certain compatible land uses during the interim period between annexation and final determination of the proper zoning districts for ultimate development of the area annexed. B. DEVELOPMENT CRITERIA Except as provided for in the bulk and area provisions of this section, the following development criteria shall apply: 1. Owners of properties which remain in agricultural use are permitted on- premise sales of products on the land. Sales facilities for such on- premise sales shall be limited to 200 square feet of floor area per one acre of land area, not to ex- ceed 2,000 square feet total floor area. 2. On- premise sales shall be limited to agricultural products produced on the owner's farm or garden. 3. Trash dumping and/or junk yards are specifically prohibited, except as may be permitted under governmental authority and regulation. 4. Off- premise outdoor advertising is prohibited. C. PERMITTED USES The following uses are permitted in the "AF" Agriculture and Forestry District: 1: Single family residences, together with the usual accessory uses . 2. Agriculture and forestry operations, to include the raising of livestock and poultry. .�A# ,1, 3. Governmental or private recreation uses, limited to golf courses, tennis courts, swimming pools, playgrounds, day camps and passive recreational open space. D. CONDITIONAL USES 1. Agricultural products processing. 2. Hunting and /or gun clubs. 3. Plant nurseries and greenhouses of a retail/ wholesale nature. 4. Riding academy (equestrian) and /or commercial stable. 5. Broadcast towers and related facilities. 6. Kennels. E. HEIGHT REGULATIONS No building hereinafter erected or structurally altered shall exceed a height of forty -five (45) feet. F. AREA REGULATIONS 1. Front yard Except for single family residences, there shall be a front yard depth of fifty (50) feet from the front property line to the front line of the building. Single family residences shall have a front yard of twenty -five (25) feet. 2. Side Yard Except for single family residences, there shall be a side yard on both sides of the building of thirty (30) feet from each side property line to the side of the building. Single family residences shall have side yards of eight (8) feet. 3. Rear Yard Except for single family residences, there shall be a rear yard depth of fifty (50) feet from the rear property line to the rear of any building. Single family residences shall have a rear yard of twenty -five (25) feet. 4. Lot Coverage The main building and all accessory structures in the "AF" District shall not occupy more than twenty -five (25) percent of the total area of the tract. SECTION 2. That the Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and approval. PASSED: October 21, 1980 ATTEST: APPROVED: City Cler Mayor