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Warehouse, Storage and Transport. Storage and transport warehouse uses include the provision of warehousing and storage, freight handling, shipping and trucking services, and similar uses, including storage, processing, packaging, and shipping facilities for mail order and e-commerce retail establishments, as may be determined by the Planning Commission. The sale of products from these establishments is not encouraged. Examples of these establishments include:

1. Warehouse, storage or mini-storage facilities offered for rent or lease to the general public; or

2. Terminal facilities for handling freight.

Warehouse, Wholesaling and Distribution. Wholesaling and distribution warehouse” facilities include:

1. Warehouses. Facilities for the storage of furniture, household goods, or other commercial goods of any nature. Includes cold storage. Does not include: warehouse, storage or mini-storage facilities offered for rent or lease to the general public, or terminal facilities for handling freight (see “Warehouse, Storage and Transport”).

2. Wholesaling and Distribution. Establishments engaged in selling merchandise to retailers; to contractors, industrial, commercial, institutional, farm, or professional business users; to other wholesalers; or acting as agents or brokers in buying merchandise for or selling merchandise to such persons or companies. Examples of these establishments include:

a. Agents, merchandise or commodity brokers, and commission merchants.

b. Assemblers, buyers and associations engaged in the cooperative marketing of farm products.

c. Merchant wholesalers.

d. Stores primarily selling electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning supplies and equipment.

Wholesale Sales, General. General wholesale sales uses include sales of a nonretail nature, generally to the trades or other specific sector, and similar uses as may be determined by the Planning Commission.

Wineries, distilleries, brewing facilities” means an establishment that produces wine, spirits, ales, beers, meads, hard ciders, and/or similar beverages to serve on site. Sale of beverages for off-site consumption is also permitted in keeping with the regulations of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF), and any applicable City regulations. May include the distribution of beverages for consumption at other sites. (Ord. 1116 § 3, 2018; Ord. 1111, 2018)