3the level of the highest point of the roof if the roof is flat or mansard, or tothe mean level between the eaves and highest point of the roof if the roof is of any other type.[b] The foregoing height limitations shall not apply to the following:(i) Towers, belfries, cupolas, domes, observation towers, flag poles,radio towers, masts and aerials, where not used for human occupancy.(ii) Rooftop bulkheads, elevator penthouses, water towers, water tanks,monitors, fire towers, hose towers, or cooling towers, and such otherequipment as is deemed necessary by the Building Inspector, providedthat such mechanical equipment shall be erected only to the heightnecessary to accomplish the purpose it is intended to serve and adequatelyscreened. The maximum area covered by such mechanical equipmentshall be as determined necessary and appropriate by the approving agencyon recommendation from the Building Inspector.(iii) Parapet walls or cornices which do not exceed the maximum“height” requirement for the district in which they are located by morethan 4 feet. Off-Street Parking. There shall be not less than 0.4 off-street parking spaces foreach assisted living unit therein. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, if thePlanning Board, as part of the site plan approval process, determines that less thanthe required number of parking spaces will satisfy the intent of this Chapter,because of variations in the time of maximum use or any other reason, thePlanning Board may waive the improvement of not more than 25% of therequired number of parking spaces. In such case, it must be demonstrated on thesite plan that sufficient usable lot area remains for the eventual provision of thetotal number of required parking spaces. All unimproved parking spaces shall beused and maintained as landscaped grounds until required for parking, and mustbe improved for parking in accordance with the site plan within six (6) months of written notice if given by the Planning Board to the property owner stating thatimprovement of all or a portion of the parking spaces is necessary. In makingsuch determination the Planning Board shall take into account anyrecommendation made by the Village Building Inspector.
Conflicting Standards.Where the requirements of the Local Law impose a different restriction or requirement thanimposed by other sections of the Code of the Village of Irvington, the Village Law of the State of New York or other applicable rules or regulations, the requirements of this Local Law shallprevail.