No special permit for the use of a dwelling for a home occupation shall be granted unless the Zoning Board of Appeals makes a finding that the buildings or premises occupied will not be rendered objectionable or detrimental to the residential character of the neighborhood due to the exterior appearance; traffic; emission of odor; gas; smoke; dust, noise, or electrical disturbance; or due to any other incident of the home occupation. In the case of a multi-family dwelling, the Zoning Board of Appeals must find that the use will in no way become objectionable or detrimental to any residential use within the multi-family structure.
A special permit for the use of a dwelling for a home occupation shall contain the following mandatory conditions:
- No person other than the residential occupant(s) shall be employed therein;
- Not more than three hundred (300) square feet shall be devoted to such use; and
- There shall be no display of goods, wares, or signs related to the home occupation visible from exterior.