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C. Other areas that should logically be excluded from the determination of net <br />public area, such as sales and display areas; <br />d. The parking lot design, including the use of small car spaces, tandem and <br />valet parking and loading areas; <br />e. Availability of guest dock space for boats; and <br />Extent of outdoor dining. <br />2. Operational Characteristics. <br />a. The amount of floor area devoted to live entertainment or dancing; <br />The amount of floor area devoted to the sale of alcoholic beverages; <br />C. The presence of pool tables, big screen televisions or other attractions; <br />d. The hours of operation; and <br />e. The expected turnover rate. <br />3. Location of the Establishment. <br />a. In relation to other uses and the waterfront; <br />Availability of off-site parking nearby; <br />C. Amount of walk-in trade; and <br />d. Parking problems in the area at times of peak demand. <br />B. Conditions of Approval. If during the review of the application, the review authority uses <br />any of the preceding considerations as a basis for establishing the parking requirement, <br />the substance of the considerations shall become conditions of the permit application <br />approval and a change to any of the conditions will require an amendment to the permit <br />application, which may be amended to establish parking requirements within the range as <br />noted above. <br />21.40.070 — Development Standards for Parking Areas <br />A. Parking Space Standards. Parking spaces shall be designed to provide have adequate <br />dimensions, clearances, and access to insure their use. <br />1. Minimum Parking Space and Drive Aisle Dimensions. Each parking space, <br />drive aisle, and other parking lot features shall comply with the minimum <br />dimension requirements in Tables 21.40-2 and 21.40-3 and as illustrated in Figure <br />21.4n-1 <br />Newport Beach LCP Implementation Plan <br />Page 21.40-11 <br />11-315 <br />