§ 205.2.

TEMPORARY USES: ONE- OR TWO-YEAR LIMIT

A temporary use may be authorized for a period not to exceed two years for any of the following uses:

a.

Temporary structures and uses incidental to the construction of a group of buildings on the same or adjacent premises;

b.

Rental or sales office incidental to a new residential development, not including the conduct of a general real estate business; provided, that it be located within the development, and in a temporary structure or part of a dwelling. A temporary use may be authorized for a period not to exceed one year (including any extensions) for the following year.

c.

In any M-1 or M-2 District, an automobile wrecking operation covered by Section 225(p) of this Code, provided, if the operation would be a conditional use in the district in question, that the Zoning Administrator determines the operation will meet within 90 days of commencing operation all conditions applicable to such use in that district.

History

(Amended by Ord. 443-78, App. 10/6/78; Ord. 456-86, App. 11/25/86)

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