Zoning Dictionary

Letter: J

Jewellery Store, New

Shops which sell new merchandise primarily and some used merchandise from estate sales or reconstitute precious metals they purchase into jewelry forms which are sold at retail on the premises.

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Junk

Old and dilapidated modes of conveyance such as automobiles, trucks, tractors, watercraft, and other such vehicles and parts thereof; wagons and other kinds of vehicles and parts thereof; household appliances, scrap building material, scrap contractors’ equipment, tanks, casks, cans, barrels, boxes, drums, piping, bottles, glass, old iron machinery, rags, paper, excelsior, hair, mattresses, beds, and […]

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Junk Car

An automobile, truck or other motor vehicle which has been damaged to such an extent that it cannot be operated under its own power and will require major repairs before being made usable or such a vehicle which does not comply...

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Junk Yard

The storage yard of a dealer in discarded materials and includes facilities for the administration or management of the business and for the storage and maintenance of equipment used in the business. Any parcel of land or building for which the principal or accessory use is the abandonment, collection, demolition, dismantlement, keeping, storage, bailment, salvage […]

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