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Upon conclusion of the open record hearing, the Hearing Examiner shall make and enter findings from the record and conclusions thereof as to whether or not:

(1) The proposal is in accordance with the goals, policies, objectives, maps and/or narrative text of the Comprehensive Plan;

(2) The proposal will adversely affect public infrastructure;

(3) The proposal will be constructed, maintained and operated to be in harmony with the existing or intended character of the general vicinity;

(4) The location and height of proposed structures and the site design will discourage the development of permitted uses on property in the general vicinity or impair the value thereof;

(5) The operations in connection with the proposal will be more objectionable to nearby properties by reason of noise, fumes, vibrations, dust, traffic, or flashing lights than would be the operation of any permitted uses within the district; and

(6) The proposal will endanger the public health or safety if located and developed where proposed, or in any way will become a nuisance to uses permitted in the district. [Ord. 4433 § 9, 2019; Ord. 3354 § 2, 1999; Code 1970 § 25.86.060.]