Pursuant to the requirements of federal regulation for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program (44 C.F.R. §§ 59 and 60), floodplain development permits or approvals shall be required for the following buildings, structures and facilities that are exempt from the Florida Building Code and any further exemptions provided by law, which are subject to the requirements of this chapter:
   (A)   Railroads and ancillary facilities associated with the railroad.
   (B)   Nonresidential farm buildings on farms, as provided in F.S. § 604.50.
   (C)   Temporary buildings or sheds used exclusively for construction purposes.
   (D)   Mobile or modular structures used as temporary offices.
   (E)   Those structures or facilities of electric utilities, as defined in F.S. § 366.02, which are directly involved in the generation, transmission, or distribution of electricity.
   (F)   Chickees constructed by the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida or the Seminole Tribe of Florida. As used in this paragraph, the term CHICKEE means an open-sided wooden hut that has a thatched roof of palm or palmetto or other traditional material, and that does not incorporate any electrical, plumbing, or other non-wood features.
   (G)   Family mausoleums not exceeding 250 square feet in area which are prefabricated and assembles on site or preassembled and delivered on site and have wails, roofs, and a floor constructed of granite, marble or reinforced concrete.
   (H)   Temporary housing provided by the Department of Corrections to any prisoner in the state correctional system.
   (I)   Structures identified in F.S. § 553.73(10)(k), are not exempt from the Florida Building Code if such structures are located in flood hazard areas established on Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
(Ord. 2014-02, passed 2-25-2014)