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The following standards must be met or exceeded:

(1) Outdoor Storage. Outdoor storage of any kind, except wine storage, is prohibited unless such storage is completely screened from public view by an opaque screening device. Screening visible from public rights-of-way and less intense zoning districts shall be constructed of brick, decorative concrete, natural stone, decorative masonry or cedar fencing material. Screening shall be constructed and maintained at a sufficient height to visually screen all stored materials;

(2) Utility Areas. All areas of the property used for loading and unloading purposes, trash receptacles, transformers and utility purposes shall be visually screened as provided in subsection (1) of this section;

(3) Landscape and Buffering. In addition to the landscape provisions of Chapter 25.180 PMC, the Hearing Examiner may require additional landscape features to ensure that the proposed winery will be in harmony with and not impair the value of present and future development of adjacent lands. The spacing of shade trees in all buffer areas shall not be greater than 30 linear feet. Buffer area trees shall be a caliper size of one and one-half inches at the planting;

(4) Exterior Lighting. Exterior lighting shall be directed on site so as not to interfere with the comfort and repose of adjoining property owners; and

(5) Building Design. The exterior of all structures shall be constructed of brick, natural stone, exposed aggregate, decorative concrete, stucco, cedar siding or lap siding as approved by the Hearing Examiner. Roofing materials may consist of composition shingles, standing rib or delta rib, baked enamel metal roofs, or alternate as approved by the Hearing Examiner. [Ord. 4433 § 6, 2019; Ord. 3354 § 2, 1999; Code 1970 § 25.70.160.]