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A temporary use may be authorized for a period not to exceed 60 days for any of the following uses:
(a) Neighborhood carnival, exhibition, celebration or festival sponsored by an organized group of residents in the vicinity or, in Neighborhood Commercial, Mixed Use, PDR, C, or M Districts, sponsored by property owners or businesses in the vicinity;
(b) Booth for charitable, patriotic or welfare purposes;
(c) Open air sale of agriculturally produced seasonal decorations, including, but not necessarily limited to, Christmas trees and Halloween pumpkins;
(d) Pop-Up Retail, which is a temporary Retail Use permitted within either a vacant commercial space or a space occupied by a legally established Commercial Use. If the Pop-Up Retail use is in a Residential District then the temporary Pop-Up Retail use may not serve alcohol or have hours of operation past 10:00 pm, and such use shall not be permitted within six months of the date a prior Pop-Up Retail use began its occupancy of the same commercial space.