Zoning Dictionary

Letter: R

Rail Corridor

The railway right-of-way of any railway company within the boundaries of the Municipality.

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Rail Yard

The use of land, or building or structure or part thereof for activities directly associated with the operation of a railway. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, such activities may include loading and off-loading freight, and maintenance and repair of railway cars.

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Ramada

A stationary structure having a roof extending over a mobile home or trailer, which may also extend over a patio or parking space for motor vehicles, and which is used principally for protection from sun and rain.

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Ramp

A sloping walkway, roadway or passage used to join and provide a smooth transition between two levels of different elevations. Driveways leading to parking aisles.

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Ranch

A place where livestock is bred and/or raised.

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Reach

Longitudinal segments of a stream or river which will be affected by the placement of an obstruction in a floodway or an encroachment on the floodway fringe.

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Real Estate and Brokerage Agency

A business and professional office conducted within a building or part of a building wherein agents primarily engage in the buying or selling of real estate, and which may include the managing and appraising of real estate.

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Reclaiming

The use of methods to purify a substance making it suitable for use.

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Reconstruction

The cleaning, repairing, restoring or renovation of a building to a safe and/or better condition. The act or process of reproducing by new construction the exact form and detail of a vanished structure, or part thereof, as it appeared at a specific period of time.

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Recreation Facility

A place designed and equipped for the conduct of sports, leisure time activities and other customary and usual recreational activities.

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