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(A) Circumstances for permit issuance. Subject to conditions, fees, and standards otherwise required by this title, a temporary use permit may be issued:
(1) To an applicant to use a manufactured or mobile home as a construction office at a job site;
(2) To an applicant whose own health or health of another necessitates care, and emergency situations where the facts show that an unnecessary hardship would occur if not permitted to locate a manufactured or mobile home adjacent to the residence of one who is able to provide care or in need of care; or
(3) If a home is burned, a mobile home could be placed on the property by order of the Building Commissioner prior to the granting of the variance. No more than one mobile home should be allowed on a parcel of land.
(B) Length of permit. A temporary use permit may be issued, at the discretion of the Plan Commission’s designated administrator, for a period not to exceed six months.
(C) Permit expiration. At the time the temporary permit expires, the manufactured or mobile home and all appurtenances shall be removed from the property unless a variance has been granted by the BZA.
(D) Utility requirements. Manufactured or mobile homes used for temporary uses shall have an approved water supply, sewage disposal system, and utility connections, where appropriate, and at the discretion of the Plan Commission’s designated administrator.
(`88 Code, § 8-37) (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98)