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Land Development Regulations
State Filed Date
Transient Merchant Fruit and Vegetable Stands
Timinsky; Jongs; Ken Lewis; Bobbi's; Clara Lewis; Cracker Trail;
Chapter 972 Temporary Uses
Electrical Hook ups for Fruit and Vegetable Stands
Codified or Exempt
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ORDINANCE NO, 2001-013 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, REGARDING <br />ELECTRICAL HOOK-UPS FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STANDS, AMENDING <br />THE FOLLOWING CHAPTER OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS <br />(LDRS): CHAPTER 972, TEMPORARY USES; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF <br />CONFLICTING PROVISIONS, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY AND EFFECTIVE <br />DATE, <br />BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN <br />RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA THAT THE INDIAN RIVER COUNTY LAND <br />DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS (LDRS) BE AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: <br />1. Transient Merchant Regulations <br />The Transient merchant regulations of land development <br />regulations section 972.08(4) are hereby amended to read as <br />follows: <br />(4) The purpose and intent of allowing certain types of <br />transient merchant operations is to allow roadside sale of <br />products historically indigenous to Indian River County (eg. <br />fruits and vegetables, seafood) or products historically <br />available to celebrate holidays (Christmas trees for <br />Christmas, fireworks for Independence Day or New Year's <br />Day). Transient merchant.operations may be allowed if the <br />following requirements and standards are met. <br />(a) All transient merchant temporary use permits shall <br />clearly define an expiration date. No permit shall be <br />transferable, and no permit shall be good for a period <br />of more than six (6) months. Renewal of a permit shall <br />require reapplication. <br />(1) Transient merchant classifications. All approvable <br />transient merchant uses shall be limited to one of <br />the following categories: <br />Class A: Fruit and vegetable sales. Fruit and <br />vegetable sales are allowed if items for sale <br />consist of only fresh fruits or fresh vegetables <br />I <br />n either their natural state or prepackaged <br />I <br />ndividual containers when approved by the county <br />public health authority. <br />Class B: Seasonal sales such as Christmas tree and <br />fireworks sales and other similar uses; use in <br />Coding: Underlined words are additions to existing LDR wording; <br />s words are deletions from existing LDR wording. Paget <br />
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