Ground Level Special Uses. The following uses require a Special Use Permit: Any ground floor space greater than 16,000 gross square feet per single-tenant space shall require a Special Use Permit (SUP). The SUP provided for in this subsection shall be issued or denied by the City Council after review and recommendation by the Zoning Board. In addition to the findings for SUP issuance required under Section 24.08.050, a SUP required by this subsection shall not be authorized unless the following additional criteria, findings and conditions are made by the City Council demonstrating how the proposed application would provide a public benefit to the City and Downtown Recovery Plan (DRP) area. The proposed use would: (1) Add a desired, "targeted" business to the Downtown which would serve to diversify the DRP’s ground-level business base; (2) The application shall provide a public benefit by demonstrating how it would contribute to an appropriate balance of local or non-local businesses. For the purposes of this finding, it shall be presumed that local businesses serve to sustain the authenticity and unique retail character of the DRP business mix. However, non-local businesses may add to retail draw and contribute to overall Downtown vitality in certain circumstances; (3) Contribute to an appropriate balance of small, medium and large-sized businesses in the DRP to diversify the DRP’s ground-level business mix, to insure the "Santa Cruz" identity, character and authenticity, to seek to reduce economic "leakage" of profits out of the City and County, and to induce local investment and employment in the DRP area; (4) The design of the façade of the proposed use would meet the design standards and guidelines of the DRP and would not be restricted by corporate-required standardized exterior design, signage, materials, color or other visual treatments; (5) The proposed use would be a good neighbor and contribute to the community life of the Downtown by participating in such community activities as: (i) Membership in Downtown merchant, resident, neighborhood improvement organizations and/or assessment districts; (ii) to the greatest extent feasible, hiring local residents; and (iii) hosting or participating in Downtown festivals, fairs, benefit events and similar neighborhood activities; and (6) If applicable, all food and/or beverage service activities shall be conducted in accordance with the following conditions: (i) Sufficient trash and recycling receptacles shall be provided and shall be regularly maintained; (ii) all debris boxes shall be screened and kept at a designated or approved location on the premises; (iii) the operator shall be responsible for cleaning the sidewalk within fifty (50) feet horizontal distance from the premises during the hours of operation to maintain the sidewalk free of paper, spillage or other litter; and (iv) noise, glare and odors shall be contained within the premises so as not to be a nuisance to neighbors. Under no circumstance shall the ventilation outlets or motors cause emission of objectionable odors or noise toward neighbors.