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Ordinance B 201

Friday, June 26, 2009 - 11:20am

City of Rosemount

Ordinance No. B- 201

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE

CITY OF ROSEMOUNT ZONING

ORDINANCE B

RELATING TO INTERIM USES:

OUTDOOR BULK MATERIAL

STORAGE AND PROCESSING

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ROSEMOUNT, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS that Ordinance B, adopted September 19, 1989, entitled "City of Rosemount Zoning Ordinance," is hereby amended as follows:

Section 1. Rosemount Zoning Ordinance B, Section 11-4-16-1 E. Interim Uses: Outdoor Bulk Material Storage and Processing, subject to the following:

The bulk material is essential to the operation of the principal use of the site.

Processing of the bulk material is limited to changing the size of the material or changing the state of the material from liquid to solid. No blending or otherwise changing the chemical composition of the material is permitted to occur outdoors.

The bulk material is nonputrescible.

The leachate from the bulk material is contained, collected, and treated through a waste water treatment system in compliance with State, County, and local regulations.

The area used for bulk material storage is no more than 15% of the land area used by the principal structure.

The height of any stockpile of bulk material stored outdoors shall not exceed fifty (50) feet.

All outdoor bulk material storage shall be set back and screened as outlined below. In no case shall the outdoor storage of bulk material be located within 350 feet of any public right-of-way or property line.

a. If an outdoor storage area is located between 350 feet and 600 feet of a public right of way, it shall be screened from eye level view from the public right of way by a one hundred percent (100%) opacity screen to a height equal to the items being screened, but not more than thirty five (35) feet. Screening shall be accomplished by buildings, structures, landscaping and berming, natural topography, screening wall, or a combination thereof. Any screening wall shall be made of a masonry material and shall not extend more than 300 feet without a change in architecture to reduce its mass and appearance.

b. If an outdoor storage area is located between 600 feet and 1,000 feet from a public right of way, it shall be screened from the eye level view from the public right of way by a seventy five percent (75%) opacity screen to a height equal to the items being screened but not more than thirty five feet (35'). Screening shall be accomplished by buildings, structures, landscaping and berming, natural topography, screening wall, or a combination thereof. Any screening wall shall be made of a masonry material and shall not extend more than 300 feet without a change in architecture to reduce its mass and appearance.

c. If an outdoor storage area is located more than 1,000 feet from a public right of way, no screening shall be required.

Section 2. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication according to law.

ENACTED AND ORDAINED into an Ordinance this 16th day of June, 2009.

CITY OF ROSEMOUNT

/s/ William H. Droste, Mayor

ATTEST:

/s/ Amy Domeier, City Clerk

06/26/09