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Preserve and promote neighborhood livability and protect the consumer’s choices in housing. The Low-Density Residential Districts are primarily designed to preserve and promote neighborhoods of detached single dwellings at low intensities. Flexibility in housing type is promoted by allowing manufactured homes, duplexes, and planned unit developments under special conditions. Compatible nonresidential development, such as elementary schools, churches, parks, and child care facilities are permitted at appropriate locations and at an appropriate scale. (Ord. M-3709 § 3, 06/20/2005; Ord. M-3643, 01/26/2004)