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A temporary use may be authorized for a period not to exceed two years, or, in the case of a Temporary Cannabis Retail Use, for a period not to exceed four years, for any of the following uses:
(a) Temporary structures and uses incidental to the construction of a group of buildings on the same or adjacent premises;
(b) Rental or sales office incidental to a new residential development, not including the conduct of a general real estate business, provided that it be located within the development, and in a temporary structure or part of a dwelling. A temporary use may be authorized for a period not to exceed one year (including any extensions) for the following year.
(c) In any M-1 or M-2 District, an Automobile Wrecking use as defined in Section 102 of this Code, provided if the operation would be a conditional use in the district in question, that the Planning Director determines the operation will meet within 90 days of commencing operation all conditions applicable to such use in that district.
(d) Temporary Wireless Telecommunications Services (WTS) Facilities for a period of up to one year if the following requirements are met:
(1) the Planning Director determines that the Temporary WTS Facility shall be sited and constructed so as to:
(A) avoid proximity to residential dwellings to the maximum extent feasible;
(B) comply with the provisions of Article 29 of the Police Code;
(C) be no taller than needed;
(D) be screened to the maximum extent feasible; and
(E) be erected for no longer than reasonably required.
(3) The Planning Department may require, where appropriate, notices along street frontages abutting the location of the Temporary WTS Facility indicating the nature of the facility and the duration of the permit.
(e) Temporary Cannabis Retail Use for a period of up to four years, as provided by Section 191, to be authorized no earlier than January 1, 2018 and to expire on January 1, 2022. This is the only type of Temporary Use allowed for the sale of cannabis or cannabis products.
(f) On Assessor’s Block 6973, Lot 039, long-term parking of and overnight camping in vehicles, and ancillary uses in portable, temporary structures including administrative offices, restrooms, showering or bathing facilities, kitchen or other food preparation facilities, and eating areas, may be permitted, subject to compliance with all other Municipal Code requirements, including but not limited to the Overnight Safe Parking Pilot Program, Administrative Code Chapter 119, Article I.
(Amended by Ord. 443-78, App. 10/6/78; Ord. 456-86, App. 11/25/86; Ord. 22-15, File No. 141253, App. 2/20/2015, Eff. 3/22/2015; Ord. 166-16 , File No. 160477, App. 8/11/2016, Eff. 9/10/2016; Ord. 229-17, File No. 171041, App. 12/6/2017, Eff. 1/5/2018; Ord. 202-18, File No. 180557, App. 8/10/2018, Eff. 9/10/2018; Ord. 213-19, File No. 190812, App. 9/20/2019, Eff. 10/21/2019; Ord. 274-19, File No. 190842, App. 11/27/2019, Eff. 12/28/2019, Retro. 1/1/2019; Ord. 35-20, File No. 190355, App. 3/6/2020, Eff. 4/6/2020)
Division (c) amended; Ord. 22-15, Eff. 3/22/2015. Division (d) added; Ord. 166-16 , Eff. 9/10/2016. Division (e) added; Ord. 229-17, Eff. 1/5/2018. Division (e) amended; Ord. 202-18, Eff. 9/10/2018. Division (f) added; Ord. 213-19, Eff. 10/21/2019. Section header, introductory paragraph, and division (e) amended; Ord. 274-19, Eff. 12/28/2019. Divisions (c) and (d)(1) amended; Ord. 35-20, Eff. 4/6/2020.