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(A) Whenever, upon inspection of any manufactured housing development, the Building Inspector or any other authorized city officer or employee or the health authority finds that conditions or practices exist which are in violation of any provision of this chapter, such inspecting officer shall give notice in writing to the person to whom the license was issued that such conditions or practices shall be corrected within a reasonable period of time specified in the notice. At the end of such period, the party issuing the notice shall re-inspect such manufactured housing development and, if such conditions or practices have not been corrected, he or she shall file a complaint against, or issue a citation for violation to, the person to whom the license was issued. Such violation may be punishable by a fine of up to $200 per day per violation, as set forth in § 10.99, or revocation of the appropriate license, upon recommendation of the Planning Commission and affirmation by the City Council.
(B) Manufactured housing development license complaints shall be heard by the Planning Commission which shall have the power to recommend the suspension or revocation of a manufactured housing development license for violation of this chapter. The City Council shall have the power to suspend or revoke a manufactured housing development license for violation of this chapter. A citation for violation of city code(s), if protested, shall be considered by the municipal court.
(C) Suspension of a manufactured housing development license shall prohibit the siting of any further manufactured homes within the development for a period of time as specified by the City Council in the terms of the suspension and until such time as the reason for the suspension is removed.
(D) Revocation of a manufactured housing development license shall mandate that the development site be vacated of all manufactured housing within 90 days of the revocation and the site converted to another allowable use under the Durant Code. Such revocation does not protect the former licensee from other legal actions taken by the city or from other means taken to correct, mitigate or compensate for violations.
(Ord. 1287, passed 8-10-99)