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Sec. 5.5 Temporary Uses

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Commentary: Temporary uses should not be confused with permanent outdoor activities (for example, a car sales lot) that are only allowed in certain zones and require site plan approval, nor should they be confused with an outdoor display area (for example, a garden center that is part of a building supply store) that may be a part of a retail store and require site plan approval.

Some uses are considered temporary in nature and can be approved as temporary uses in any zoning district (unless otherwise provided below), subject to the following requirements in addition to requirements of Sec. 3.12, Temporary Use Permit. Additional restrictions regarding the operation of these uses may be imposed through the City or County code, as applicable.