(A)   Upon the completion or expansion of an approved manufactured housing development, the Building Inspector shall be immediately notified of the same by the owner or developer. After such notification, the Building Inspector without unnecessary delay shall cause an inspection of the manufactured housing development, and if the manufactured housing development has been developed and constructed in compliance with all the pertinent provisions of this chapter, local building codes and an approved manufactured housing development site plan, the Building Inspector shall issue to the owner a license to operate the manufactured housing development.
   (B)   No person, corporation or other entity shall own or operate any manufactured housing development within the city unless the person, corporation or other entity holds a valid license issued annually by the City Clerk in the name of such person, corporation or entity for the specific manufactured housing development.
   (C)   In addition to the requirements as set forth herein to obtain a license for the operation of a manufactured housing development or mobile home park, a fee as set by resolution of the City Council shall be paid to the city.
   (D)   All manufactured housing development and mobile home park licenses shall expire June 30 and all fees for the ensuing year are due and payable prior thereto. Original fees for a license may be prorated to June 30 of the following year, when appropriate.
   (E)   Upon the enactment of this chapter, pre-existing mobile home parks shall have 90 days to comply with the licensing requirement contained herein.
   (F)   Failure to obtain or renew, on or before July 1 of each year, a license to operate a manufactured housing development shall be punishable by a fine of up to $200 per day.
(Ord. 1287, passed 8-10-99)