(a)   One portable home storage unit, which is designed for the temporary storage of household goods, furnishings and/or building materials, may be placed on a paved off-street surface on private property within any residential district for a period not to exceed fifteen (15) days.
   (b)   A portable home storage unit shall be located in such a manner as not to impair a motor vehicle operator’s view of other motor vehicles, bicycles or pedestrians upon entering or exiting a right of way, nor shall a unit be placed in such a manner as to obstruct the flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
   (c)   A portable home storage unit shall not exceed eight and one-half (8 ½) feet in height, eight (8) feet in width, and sixteen (16) feet in length.
   (d)   An application for a permit must be filed with the Building Commissioner prior to placement of any portable home storage unit. The permit fee is twenty-five dollars ($25.00). One fifteen (15) day extension, with an additional permit fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00), may be granted by the Building Department upon a showing of hardship by the applicant.
   (e)   No portable home storage unit use will be permitted beyond two (2) separate times per calendar year, at least six (6) months apart.
(Ord. 16-2007. Passed 10-23-07.)