Simply put, an established use on a property that was allowed at one time, but is not permitted under the current standards, is considered a pre-existing nonconforming use. An established use on a property that has never met required standards is a nonconforming use.
AR – Aggregate Removal District
Allowable Uses – Allowable uses require a formal application and administrative review
Residential Uses Permanent single family dwelling Temporary single family dwelling, caretaker, or site operator Commercial Uses Temporary auction services Destination resort Mineral, Aggregate, Oil, Gas Uses Mining, processing, and stockpiling aggregate and mineral resources Processing aggregate from a new or expansion site Equipment or structures for mining operations Manufacture, fabrication, and sale of aggregate products […]
Permitted Uses- Permitted uses require only a staff review
Farm & Forest Uses Agriculture (farm use) Managing, growing, and harvesting timber and forest products