All private in-ground and above-ground pools except as noted must be covered or completely enclosed, including a gate, with a minimum of a four foot fence so as to prevent unauthorized or accidental access by children. Above-ground pools greater than four feet in height with a retractable or removable ladder and all pools smaller than 100 square feet and 18" in depth or less and not containing any recirculating equipment shall be exempt from this requirement.
The Enforcement Official shall have the authority to waive this requirement in light of extenuating circumstances regarding a particular piece of property such as natural barriers preventing access and location on large fenced lots.
All public swimming pools must meet all applicable Kentucky State Regulations regarding fencing.
Except in a Planned Unit Development, every principal building shall be located on a separate lot with only one principal building and permitted accessory structures. Temporary structures are permitted during construction only (See Article 8, Section 891) and may be erected on a single lot unless requirements of these Regulations are met as though it were on an individual lot.
The height limitations of these Regulations shall not apply to church spires, belfries, cupolas, and domes not intended for human occupancy; monuments, water towers, observation towers, transmission towers, windmills, chimneys, smokestacks, derricks, conveyors, flagpoles, masts and aerials; provided, however, that a conditional use permit is obtained for the exception from the Board of Zoning Adjustment.