The building official may issue temporary use permits for the following uses:
(1) Temporary structures for the housing of equipment or containing supervisory offices in connection with major construction projects may be erected and maintained during the progress of such construction projects; provided, that such temporary structures may not be maintained for a period exceeding one year except that the building official may extend this period for one additional year;
(2) Temporary placement of a camping or recreational vehicle or mobile home to provide temporary housing while constructing a permanent dwelling on the same lot; provided, that the property owner has an active residential building permit. The temporary use may be maintained for a period not to exceed one year except that the building official may extend this period for a maximum of one additional year provided the property owner maintains an active residential building permit and substantial progress towards completion is being made.
The temporary use shall be removed from the property within thirty days of the issuance of the certificate of occupancy;
(3) Temporary placement of a camping or recreational vehicle adjacent to an existing residence to provide temporary housing for a period not to exceed six months except that the building official may extend this period for a maximum of one additional year to provide for the care of a terminally ill relative. The medical condition must be documented by a physician or osteopath that the relative is in hospice care and prognosis is terminal. The caregiver shall be related by blood, adoption or marriage to the person in hospice care.
(4) Other mobile or temporary uses not requiring a building permit if allowed within the zoning district, subject to review by the building official for adequacy of such factors as access, traffic, noise, land use compatibility, public health and safety. Such permits shall be renewed annually. (Ord. 1634 § 125, 2004.)