(A)   No temporary use permit shall be granted for the temporary occupancy of a mobile home, coach or other similar prefabricated or manufactured structure for use other than as a temporary construction office as provided in this article.  Any use of such type of structure other than as specified herein shall comply with provisions of this chapter and the building codes applied to permanent structures.
   (B)   Except as otherwise permitted by or provided for in this chapter, no retail commercial use that engages in outdoor sale, display, promotion or storage of products or goods in commercial zones shall be permitted, except that this prohibition shall not apply to the outdoor displays of nurseries and lumber yards; the outdoor display of automotive products associated with a service station use; and the outdoor display of other large commodities, such as automobiles, motorcycles, and noninflatable craft, associated with retail sales.
   (C)   All sales offices for attached or detached residential projects shall be located within a specified dwelling unit.  If the sales office is located in the garage of the dwelling unit, all improvements to the garage made to accommodate the office shall be removed before the dwelling unit is sold.  As a condition of a planned development permit or a development plan permit, the approval body may authorize sales offices in trailer coaches and similar temporary structures.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-4.9)  (Ord. No. 1836, 2515)