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A. The use of a property is considered permanent when that use has been in continuous operation for more than sixty (60) days. A use for less than sixty (60) days is considered a temporary use (see Chapter 14.60 SMC).

B. The land use tables in SMC 14.207.070 through 14.207.115 determine whether a use is allowed in a land use designation. The zoning districts set forth in Chapter 14.30 SMC relate to the tables’ columns while the land uses relate to the tables’ rows.

C. If no symbol appears in the box at the intersection of the column and the row, the use is not allowed in that zoning district, except for certain temporary uses. (Ord. 2438, 2022)