City of Hudson
ORDINANCE NO. 20-18
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE
CITY OF HUDSON, WISCONSIN
WHEREAS, the City has received inquiries from persons with interest in developing manufacturing, technology and research based businesses in the City of Hudson;
WHEREAS, the Hudson City Code, particularly the zoning code, does not directly address these types of businesses;
WHEREAS, the City Plan Commission and Common Council believe these types of businesses may be beneficial to the City of Hudson if located in appropriate areas of the City of Hudson where they would be compatible with the surrounding uses;
THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HUDSON HEREBY ORDAINS AS FOLLOWS:
CHAPTER 255. ZONING
Article 1. Title; Purpose; Terminology
MANUFACTURING, TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH BASED
Business and industry, including corporate and regional offices, involved in research and development, technology, manufacturing, prototyping, product testing and experimental or commercial testing. Production, processing, servicing, testing or repair of materials, goods or products, limited to the following uses, products, components or circumstances:
1. Medical, FDA regulated or other high tech commercial markets and the associated equipment to support manufacturing.
2. High tech packaging products and equipment.
3. Scientific and precision instruments and components including robotics.
Small scale products (finished weight not exceeding 50 pounds) not listed in this section but similar in intent and character.
ZONING 255 ATTACHMENT 1
Table of Permitted Uses
Uses permitted by zoning district:
The table below establishes the level of review by which applications for various types of Manufacturing, Technology and Research Based will be processed. If a zone is not listed in the table, Manufacturing, Technology and Research Based will not be permitted in that zoning district.
Manufacturing, Technology and Research Based: Permitted Zoning Districts and Required Reviews.
B-2 General Business Manufacturing, Technology and Research Based CC
CC - Certificate of Compliance
SECTION 2: SEVERABILITY. If a court of competent jurisdiction determines any section, clause, provision or portion of this ordinance to be unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, the remainder of this ordinance shall not be affected thereby.
SECTION 3: EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance shall become effective upon adoption by the Common Council and publication as provided by law.
Dated this 20th day of August, 2018.
(s) Rich O'Connor, Mayor
(s) Jennifer Rogers, City Clerk
____________________________________________________________________ (Pub. 08/30/18) WNAXLP