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of proposed and/or completed water and sewerage facilities must accompany applications for zoning permits.

890Excavation and Regrading

The excavation of natural materials or filling of land shall be permitted without a conditional use permit only to the degree necessary to permit construction of buildings, streets, or accessory uses for which a building permit has been granted.  Materials used for fill shall be natural materials only, such as sand, gravel or dirt, and shall not consist of rubbish, refuse, garbage or decomposable animal or vegetable materials.  Any excavation or filling which is not clearly necessary and incidental to an approved construction project shall require a conditional use permit.  Regrading shall be undertaken at a time which is customary to the overall construction timetable of similar projects.

891Temporary Building or Temporary Use

Temporary permits not to exceed six (6) months and renewable for additional six (6) months periods for a maximum of eighteen (18) months may be issued by the Administrative Official for site construction purposes.  Non-renewable temporary permits not to exceed sixty (60) days may be issued by the Administrative Official for carnivals, circuses, tent revival meetings and similar special event activities.  Temporary events by local schools, churches and civic clubs of short duration shall not require a permit.

Before issuing a temporary permit, the Administrative Official shall find that the site is adequate for the proposed activity and that the proposed use, including related parking and traffic is not detrimental to the surrounding area.

The Board of Zoning Adjustment may permit temporary conditional uses for a period not to exceed six (6) months for structures and/or uses referred to above provided that the requirements for site adequacy, parking, and traffic are met in addition to the Board's conditions.


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