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(a) The purpose of a conditional use permit, as authorized in the individual district use regulations, is to protect the integrity and character of the district, surrounding properties, and neighborhoods from the potentially adverse effects of certain uses. The uses listed as conditional are normally compatible with the other uses listed in the respective zoning district, but have characteristics that may need to be mitigated and may not be appropriate in all locations.

(b) The design, location and character of a conditional use is subject to review by the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission shall submit its recommendation to the Governing Body which will decide in accordance with K.S.A. 12-757(d) and amendments thereto.

(c) The granting of a conditional use permit shall be by resolution and shall be assignable to the subject property by legal description and not a person, firm or corporation. (Ord. 19691 § 1, 1-17-12.)