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  64.122.  Regulation by board may limit uses of buildings, structures, or land in specific districts — special use permit issued by board, exceptions (first class counties). — Regulations adopted pursuant to the provisions of sections 64.010 to 64.160 may include appropriate and reasonable provisions for the control of the use of buildings, structures, or land, which use of same cannot, in the opinion of the board, be placed, specified or generally permitted in a specific district or districts because of the peculiar nature of the uses.  The uses shall be limited to those which, if placed, specified or generally permitted in a specific district or districts, would pose undue regulatory difficulties.  The uses shall be permitted only by a special use permit issued by the board as a permissive use and not as a rezoning after public hearing before the planning commission as provided by section 64.110, and a report and recommendation made by the commission to the board.  The special permit shall set out regulations, restrictions, limitations and termination date so that reasonable control may be exercised over said uses; however, no such restriction shall relate to the identity of the owner.  This section shall not allow the application of requirements for special use permits for any retail or retail service establishment in a district in which retail and retail service establishments generally are permitted uses, nor for any wholesale distribution establishment in a district in which wholesale storage and distribution establishments generally are permitted uses.


(L. 1993 H.B. 910 § 64.120 subsec. 4)

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