Section 4-8. - Accessory uses:
Each of the following uses is considered to be a customary accessory use, and as such, may be situated on the same lot with the principle use or use to which it serves as an accessory:
Uses customarily accessory to dwellings in all zoning districts:
Open storage space or parking areas for light vehicles, and recreational vehicles (i) when the use or storage of such vehicle is incident to the parcel's primary use; and (ii) subject to the conditions and limitations expressed in section 9-67(4). Open storage or parking of heavy commercial vehicles or heavy commercial trailers (defined within section 3-2 herein) upon any lot, land, street, right-of-way, or shoulder thereof in a residentially zoned area is prohibited unless such vehicle or trailer is attended and in the process of being actively loaded or unloaded. The parking of heavy vehicles or heavy trailers governed by this ordinance shall not be permitted to continue as a legal nonconforming (grandfathered) use pursuant to section 4-5, but rather shall be amortized out of existence no later than June 1, 2003.
Shed or tool room for the storage of equipment used in grounds or building maintenance;
Private kennel or other quarters for the keeping of poultry or animals for noncommercial purposes provided that such use does not generate a nuisance to adjoining properties;
Private swimming pool and bath house or cabana;
Private deck or bathhouse;
Noncommercial flower, ornamental shrub or vegetable garden, greenhouse or slat house not over eight (8) feet in height.
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