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ORDINANCE 92- 11 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA AMENDING <br />VARIOUS SECTIONS OF CHAPTER 902, ADMINISTRATIVE <br />MECHANISMS; CHAPTER 904,-NONCONFORMITIES; CHAPTER 911, <br />ZONING; CHAPTER 912, SINGLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT; CHAPTER <br />913, SUBDIVISIONS AND PLATS; CHAPTER 914, SITE PLAN <br />REVIEW AND APPROVAL PROCEDURES; CHAPTER 927, TREE <br />PROTECTION AND LAND CLEARING; CHAPTER 932, COASTAL <br />MANAGEMENT; CHAPTER 954, OFF-STREET PARKING; CHAPTER 971, <br />REGULATIONS FOR SPECIFIC LAND USE CRITERIA; CHAPTER 973, <br />PUBLIC NUISANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING <br />PROVISIONS, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY, AND EFFECTIVE <br />DATE <br />Be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River <br />County, Florida that: <br />SECTION 1: <br />Amend Section 954.10(3) to read as follows: <br />(3) Proposed construction standards which deviate from section <br />954.10(1) or (2) may be approved by the County Engineer, ifin <br />his or her opinion the construction standards are suitable for <br />the proposed use ursuant to the following <br />criteria <br />1. The project site shall be located outside of the urban service <br />area as shown on the adopted land use map. <br />acc,TL1_A <br />2. All requirements and standards of 954.05 954.06, 954.07, <br />954,08 and 954.09 shall, :apply to all parking spaces,, <br />driveways, and traffic circulation areas. <br />3. All applicable chapter 930 stormwater management requirements <br />shall be satisfied. <br />4. All state handicap parking and access requirements shall be <br />satisfied. <br />5. The construction standards of section 954.10(5), (6), and (7) <br />shall apply. <br />6. The proposed use(s) an the s <br />gross total of more than 200 <br />cant shall ovide <br />sufficient by the county t <br />the anticipated number of av <br />count tra <br />toss average annual •a <br />engineering standards. <br />hall not generate/attract a <br />verage annual daily trips. The <br />ormation and anal sis deemed <br />estimate <br />tries. The <br />al number of <br />ursuant to accepted traffic <br />No more than 5% of the vehicles us <br />8. Unpaved parking stall areas shall have a <br />(minimum thickness: 6") with a Florida f <br />least 75. Sod or other stabilized materia <br />to• of the s +rade. Un.aved drivewe areas s <br />stabilized subgrade (minimum thickness: 6") <br />zed subgrade <br />n <br />value of at <br />ub <br />laced on <br />have a <br />th <br />Florida <br />bearing value of at least 75. <br />To demonstrate that existing: unpaved areas meet these <br />standards, core sam•les taken in accordance with FDOT-approved <br />ethods 'shall b <br />ed and the testin. methods and results <br />Coding: Words in hloc}:ed-out' type are deletions <br />Words underlined are additions. <br />1 <br />from existing law. <br />