The following regulations shall apply to bed and breakfast establishments located in the R-1, R-2, or R-2T Districts.
   (A)   Guests shall not be permitted to stay at the property for more than 14 consecutive days.
   (B)   When guests are present at the bed and breakfast, there shall either be:
      (1)   A manager of the bed and breakfast physically staying on the premises; or
      (2)   An owner of the property residing and physically present within ten miles of the premises.
   (C)   As used herein, the term MANAGER shall mean a person authorized by the owner of the property to operate the bed and breakfast. A manager shall have authority to check guests in and out, to perform or authorize maintenance on the property, to have keys and access to the property, and to carry out the duties generally associated with running a bed and breakfast.
   (D)   Owner occupied dwelling units with five or fewer guestrooms are permissible occupancies if they meet the following requirements: emergency lighting, smoke detectors and fire extinguishers must be provided in all locations required by the International Building Code. Units with greater than five guestrooms must comply with the requirements for non-owner-occupied lodging houses.
   (E)   Non-owner-occupied lodging houses require handicapped accessibility, egress, fire suppression (automatic sprinkler system), and other life safety features such as emergency lighting, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, fire extinguishers, and the like.
(Ord. 2020-04, passed 12-22-2020; Ord. 2023-03, passed - -2023) Penalty, see § 112.99