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ORDINANCE N0. 95-10 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING <br />THE FOLLOWING CHAPTERS OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT <br />REGULATIONS (LDRS): CHAPTER 901, DEFINITIONS; CHAPTER <br />902, ADMINISTRATIVE MECHANISMS; CHAPTER 911, ZONING; <br />CHAPTER 912, SINGLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT; CHAPTER 913, <br />SUBDIVISIONS AND PLATS; CHAPTER 914, SITE PLAN REVIEW AND <br />APPROVAL PROCEDURES; CHAPTER 917, ACCESSORY USES AND <br />STRUCTURES; CHAPTER 930, STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND <br />FLOODPLAIN PROTECTION; CHAPTER 934, EXCAVATION AND <br />MINING; CHAPTER 951, ROAD ADDRESSING SYSTEM; CHAPTER 952, <br />TRAFFIC; CHAPTER 954, OFF-STREET PARKING; CHAPTER 956, <br />SIGN REGULATIONS, CHAPTER 971, REGULATIONS FOR SPECIFIC <br />LAND USE CRITERIA; CHAPTER 972, TEMPORARY USES; AND <br />PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING PROVISIONS, <br />CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY AND EFFECTIVE DATE. <br />Be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River <br />County, Florida that the Indian River County land development <br />regulations (LDRs) be amended as follows: <br />1. Required Separation Distances Between Group Homes/ACLFs. <br />Section 971.28(3)(e)4 is hereby amended to read as follows: <br />4. To avoid an undue concentration of group care facilities <br />. - within residential neighborhoods, all such <br />facilities within residential zoning districts shall be <br />located at least one thousand two hundred (1,200) feet <br />apart, measured from property line to property line, <br />unless exempted as follows. The separation distance <br />requirement and measurement shall not apply to group home <br />or ACLF uses involving 21 or more residents, where such <br />uses are located on maior arterial roadways. <br />.t.r.�.....r � ...........�.... ...... ....1..��..........._. �-- -_...Jr .1 � --- ---- -- <br />Sales Offices. Section 972.08(3) is hereby amended to read as <br />follows: <br />(3) Temporary real estate sales offices, for the purpose of <br />marketing for sale ten (10) or more lots or units which are <br />contiguous, are allowed within authorized zoning districts <br />subject to the following conditions and restrictions. <br />(a) If a mobile home or trailer is used as the sales office, <br />it shall not exceed eight hundred (800) quare feet of <br />gross floor area, and may not be used for such purpose <br />for more than twelve (12) months from the date of <br />issuance of the temporary use permit, and thereafter <br />shall be removed or shall be used in accordance with all <br />regulations of the district in which it is located. The <br />temporary use permit may be extended one time for a <br />period not to exceed three (3.) months. Sales offices <br />located on the premises after the expiration of the <br />permit must be located in a permanent structure. <br />(b) If the sales office is located in a modular or permanent <br />building that meets applicable building code standards, <br />a temporary use permit may be issued for a period of up <br />to one years, MM"11M and may be renewed annually upon <br />re-application. <br />(c) The sales office shall not be used to promote or market <br />for sale any lot or unit which is not part of the common, <br />contiguous project being marketed by the same developer <br />and agent. <br />Coding: Words in • . -• • type are deletions from existing law. <br />Words underlined are additions. <br />