§ 20.268.030  PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION.
   A.   The Planning Commission shall deny an application for the use of a temporary trailer if it finds that:
      1.   The use of the temporary trailer is not in harmony with any of the various elements or objectives of the General Plan; or
      2.   The use of the temporary trailer will be detrimental to existing uses or to uses specifically permitted in the specific area in which the temporary trailer is proposed to be located; or
      3.   The use of the temporary trailer will be detrimental to property or the use of property located in the city, particularly property located within three hundred (300) feet of the exterior boundaries of the property where the temporary trailer is proposed to be located.
   B.   In permitting the use of a temporary trailer, the Planning Commission may impose reasonable conditions thereon to protect the public peace, health, safety, and general welfare, and to ensure that the temporary trailer will not bring about any condition or conditions enumerated in paragraph A. of this section as a ground for denying an application for the use of a temporary trailer.
   C.   The Planning Commission may revoke by resolution its permission for the use of a temporary trailer at any time after ten (10) calendar days written notice of the date and time when, and the location where, the Planning Commission is to consider such revocation, has been mailed to the person who previously has been granted permission to utilize the temporary trailer.  The grounds for such revocation include, but are not limited to, the fact that a condition or conditions enumerated in paragraph A. of this section as a ground for denying an application for the use of a temporary trailer has or have resulted from the use of the temporary trailer or trailers under consideration for revocation.
   D.   Any Planning Commission action taken pursuant to this chapter may be appealed by any interested person within ten (10) days from the date upon which such action was taken.  Such appeal shall be in writing, shall be filed with the City Clerk and shall state the ground or grounds asserted therefor.  Any Planning Commission resolution adopted pursuant to this chapter shall become effective upon the expiration of such appeal period.  The City Council may affirm, reverse or modify any such Planning Commission action by resolution.
(Ord. 662, passed 9-5-78)