§ 152.063  TEMPORARY USES.
   (A)   Temporary use permit. Subject to conditions, fees, and standards (including official Schedule of Uses) otherwise required by this chapter, a temporary use permit may be issued:
      (1)   To an applicant in the process of the building, rebuilding, developing or otherwise constructing within the districts set out in this chapter to locate a manufactured or mobile home on a building lot during the course of said construction; such permit shall not be issued until after a building permit for the construction has been issued;
      (2)   To an applicant to use a manufactured or mobile home as a caretaker's quarters or construction office at a job site.
   (B)   Length of temporary permit. A temporary use permit may be issued at the discretion of the Plan Commission for a period not to exceed 90 days. The temporary permit may be renewed for additional 90-day periods upon showing of good cause, and with permission of the Plan Commission to do so.
   (C)   Temporary permit expiration. At the time the temporary permit expires, the manufactured or mobile home and all appurtenances shall be removed from the property within 30 days.
   (D)   Commercial tents. A permit shall be required for the erection of any tent proposed to be used for commercial purposes (any use that is non-residential or non-recreational). The applicant for a tent permit shall submit a proposed site plan to the Plan Commission for its approval. The erection and securing methods shall be subject to the approval of the Plan Commission. No tent shall be erected within 25 feet of a street or highway right-of-way. A tent permit shall be good for a maximum time period of 30 days from the date of issuance. Renewal of a tent permit shall be at the discretion of the Plan Commission or its designated representative.
(Ord. 172, §§ 7-1400 - 7-1403, passed 4-5-90; Am. Ord. 188, passed 2-10-92)