(A)   The Zoning Official may issue temporary use permits for the following uses after determining that those uses will not be detrimental to adjacent conforming uses during the permitted period of use.
   (B)   A second temporary use permit may be issued by the Zoning Official at the end of the time limit for good cause shown.
   (C)   The Zoning Official may attach conditions and requirements deemed necessary to meet the intent of the provisions of this chapter.
   (D)   A third temporary use permit may only be authorized by the Zoning Board of Appeals.
      (1)   Mobile homes. An individual mobile home or other temporary structure may be used as temporary living or working quarters for up to 90 days while a dwelling or structure is constructed or reconstructed on the same premises. A temporary permit shall be issued by the Zoning Official prior to the use.
      (2)   Supplies. The storage of building supplies and machinery, temporary storage buildings, the assembly of materials and customary trade, contractor, architect and identification signs in connection with a construction project may be authorized by the zoning official for a period of up to 12 months.
      (3)   Seasonal uses.  The zoning official may authorize a temporary permit for up to 30 days for seasonal or unusual non-recurrent temporary uses.
(Ord. 161, passed 12-10-2001)