(A) All time requirements are consecutive days per calendar year unless specifically stated otherwise. Only one temporary use permit is to be issued for a parcel at any one time. Permits shall not have overlapping time frames;
(B) (1) Special events shall include such outdoor activities as:
(a) Transient amusement activities (carnivals, circuses);
(b) Tent revivals, seasonal festivals;
(c) Outdoor sales events (sidewalk, parking lot sales); and
(d) Outdoor art and craft shows, exhibits (art, craft, RV, boat).
(2) Events shall be limited to a maximum of five times per calendar year not to exceed a maximum duration of five days per event.
(C) Christmas tree sales lots, subject to not more than 40 days of site occupation and operation per year;
(D) Campaign offices, subject to not more than 70 continuous days of site occupation and operation;
(E) Religious, patriotic, historic or similar displays or exhibits within yards, parking areas or landscaped areas, subject to not more than 30 days of display in any one year period for each exhibit;
(F) Contractor’s office and storage yards on the site of an active construction project;
(G) Manufactured home residences or trailers for security purposes on the site of an active construction site of major development projects, but for not more than a total of 12 months;
(H) Stands for the sale of jewelry, furs, rugs and similar home-type products, subject to not more than 30 days per year;
(I) Stands for the sale of produce, subject to not more than 30 days per year. The provisions of this division (I) do not apply to the sale of produce raised on the premises;
(J) Temporary retail food sales, subject to not more than 30 days per year. This shall include stands for sales at one-day special events;
(K) Establishment of batch plants in conjunction with road construction projects, subject to Planning and Zoning Commission approval;
(L) Temporary occupancy of a recreational vehicle or a travel trailer in the G, AR, RR or MHP Zone for a period not to exceed 100 consecutive days per calendar year; provided that, the lot or parcel is not already occupied by a dwelling or other residential structure;
(M) Upon the issuance of a building permit, temporary occupancy of a recreational vehicle or a travel trailer in the G, AR or RR Zone for a period not to exceed six months; provided that, the lot or parcel is not already occupied by a dwelling or other residential structure. The temporary use permit may be renewed only if the building permit is issued for a dwelling, and if the building permit remains active;
(N) Metal storage containers, refer to § 14.7;
(O) Temporary banner signs and community banner signs not permitted elsewhere in this code, subject to Planning and Zoning Commission approval. The maximum length of time for any such sign shall be 60 days. For guidance in the determination of size, number of signs, height, location and other criteria, the Commission shall refer to those parts of § 16 of this code that deal with banner signs; and
(P) Additional uses determined to be similar to the foregoing in the manner prescribed in § 20.1, Determination as to Uses Not Listed, may be granted permits by either the Town Manager or Planning and Zoning Commission.
(Ord. 2012-04, passed 12-5-2012)