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When approving a request for a temporary emergency dwelling permit, the Council may attach any conditions that are reasonably necessary to mitigate the impacts of the temporary emergency dwelling on adjacent parcels or infrastructure. Such conditions may include increased buffering or screening requirements, additional setbacks, driveway and access restrictions, requirements for the provisions of utilities to serve the temporary emergency dwelling and such other requirements or conditions as may be necessary or appropriate under the circumstances and conditions applicable to the parcel for which a temporary emergency dwelling permit is sought. Council may also prohibit any improvements that, in its opinion, would increase the permanence of the temporary emergency dwelling or otherwise prevent or hinder its removal by the end of the term of the temporary emergency dwelling permit.
(Ord. 1409, passed 4-6-09; Am. Ord. 2716, passed 6-20-16)