(a)   Permitted Buildings and Uses.  Temporary structures may be permitted in any Residential District if such structures are deemed necessary for construction operations relative to the dwellings and accessory buildings of the area, for which operations a building permit has been issued, provided that:
      (1)   Such structures shall be limited to offices, yards and buildings for the storage of lumber, equipment and other building materials, and workshops for prefabricating building components.
      (2)   The operations and activities carried on within such structures shall not adversely affect the use of nearby dwellings by reason of noise, smoke, dust, odor, fumes, vibration, electrical disturbance or glare to a greater extent than normal in a Residential District that is being developed.
      (3)   The hours of operation shall be restricted to the hours between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., excluding Sundays, and the concentration of vehicles attracted to the premises in connection with such use shall not be more hazardous than normal traffic in a Residential District that is being developed.
      (4)   All temporary structures shall be located at least 100 feet from the nearest occupied residential dwelling.
      (5)   All structures and yard storage areas are enclosed by an opaque fence.
      (6)   A conditional use permit for such temporary structures has been applied for and approved, along with special conditions that may be required in accordance with Section 1262.07.
   (b)   Removal of Structures.  All temporary structures shall be removed within thirty days after the completion of work on the premises for which a permit has been issued or if construction is not pursued diligently.
(Ord. 89-210.  Passed 2-6-90.)