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Title: 14 - Buildings and Constructions

Chapter: 08 - Building Setback Lines

Section: 60 - Specific setbacks on certain streets

A.    It is unlawful, and a misdemeanor for any person or persons to construct or maintain a building or structure of a permanent nature at a distance closer to the county highways designated in this section.

B.    No building or structure of a permanent nature shall be constructed, erected, or maintained within a distance of sixty feet from the centerline of Northcrest Drive, from the junction of the roadway with Highway 101 to the intersection of Old Mill Road.

C.    No building or structure of a permanent nature shall be constructed, erected or maintained within a distance of fifty feet from the centerline of Lake Earl Drive, from Old Mill Road to Elk Valley Cross Road.

D.    No building or structure of a permanent nature shall be constructed, erected or maintained within a distance of fifty feet from the centerline of Elk Valley Cross Road, from its junction with Lake Earl Drive northerly to the junction of Elk Valley Cross Road with Highway 101.

E.    No building or structure of a permanent nature shall be constructed, erected or maintained within a distance of fifty feet from the centerline of Rowdy Creek Road, from the junction of Rowdy Creek Road and Highway 101, a distance of two miles from the junction.

F.    No building or structure of a permanent nature shall be constructed, erected, or maintained within a distance of fifty feet from the centerline of Mill Creek Road, from the junction of Mill Creek Road and Highway 199 southerly to the junction of Mill Creek Road with the South Fork Road.

G.    No building or structure of a permanent nature shall be constructed, erected, or maintained within a distance of forty feet from the centerline of Requa Road, from the junction of Requa Road with Highway 101 to the Requa Inn.

 

(Ord. 322 §§ 1-7, 1962.)