(a)   Temporary uses in any district.  In any district, subject to the conditions stated in this section, the Zoning Inspector may issue a permit for the temporary uses regulated in this section.
   (b)   Temporary construction use.  Temporary buildings or yards for construction offices, material or equipment may be permitted, provided such use is adjacent to the construction site and removed when construction is completed.  Each permit shall be valid for six months and may be renewed if construction is under way.  It shall be removed when construction is completed or discontinued for more than 30 days.
   (c)   Temporary real estate offices.  Temporary offices incidental and necessary to real estate sales and rentals may be permitted.  Each permit shall be valid for one year and may be renewed for one additional year if conditions warrant such renewal.
   (d)   Placement of temporary uses.  Building and yard locations shall be subject to such conditions and safeguards as the Zoning Inspector may deem necessary to preserve the character of the surrounding area.
   (e)   Temporary gatherings.  Gatherings under canvas or in the open may be permitted, including religious services, shows, meetings, exhibitions, bazaars, carnivals or circuses.  If such gathering is located within 400 feet of any residential area, no permit will be issued unless there is first filed with Zoning Inspector the written consent of the owners of 60% of all residentially used property within 400 feet from the place of such meeting.
(Ord. 652, passed 11-8-1999)