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Unmentioned uses which are not deemed similar to permitted uses by the Zoning Administrator shall be permitted only by a public hearing before the Planning Agency and their finding that:

A. The use is similar in nature to the uses permitted in the zone and is dissimilar to those prohibited.

B. The use furthers the intent of the zone in which it will be located and conforms to the general plan.

C. The use will not create undesirable traffic or parking conditions.

D. The use will not be detrimental to surrounding properties or their uses.

E. The use will meet all standards and regulations for the zone in which it is to be located.

F. The use will not create undesirable environmental problems.

The Agency may make special requirements following its hearing and review if they are necessary to more closely fulfill the intent of the district in which a use is permitted.