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Fences in commercial and industrial zones must conform to the following requirements.
(A) Front. A fence constructed between the front setback line and the front lot line may not exceed 42 inches in height, and must be of either Class 2, 3, or 6 construction. If the fence is of Class 2 or 3 construction, such fence may not exceed 48 inches in height. If it is of Class 6 construction, such fence may not exceed 42 inches in height. If no front setback line has been established, fences may be of any height or type of construction.
(B) Rear. If no rear yard setback has been established, fences may be of any height or type of construction.
(C) Barbed wire. Barbed wire or similar material may be used to construct that part of a fence, situated in a rear or side yard setback area of a tract of land in a C-3 or M Zoning District, which is more than 84 inches in height, providing that the Development Services Director determines that the barbed wire will not be detrimental to adjoining property.
(D) Electrically charged. An electrically charged fence may not be constructed or maintained.
(E) Repair; removal. Fences must be kept in repair. The Development Services Director may order any dilapidated or dangerous fence removed.
(Ord. 4072, passed - -2012)