(A)   All mobile home parks, mobile home subdivisions and free-standing mobile homes shall comply with all ordinances containing provisions dealing with weeds, debris, rodents, nuisances or any other obnoxious element. Areas used for compliance with design standards for the installation or preservation of landscaping, grass, trees and/or shrubs must also be maintained, as all other areas, in good order so as not to constitute a nuisance as set forth in §§ 95.55et seq.
   (B)   The health authority, the Building Inspector and other authorized city officers and employees shall make inspections to determine the condition of manufactured home developments in order that they may perform their duty of safeguarding the health, safety and welfare of the occupants therein and the general public.
   (C)   Subject to constitutional limitations, the inspection officials shall have the power to enter at reasonable times upon any private or public property for the purpose of inspecting and investigating conditions relating to the enforcement of this chapter and all other applicable provisions of the Durant Code.
   (D)   The owners or occupants of a manufactured housing development and manufactured homes contained therein and the person in charge thereof shall give the inspection officials free access to such premises at reasonable times for the purpose of inspection.
   (E)   Every occupant of a manufactured housing development shall give the owner thereof or his or her agent or employee access to any part of such manufactured housing development or the premises at reasonable times for the purpose of making such repairs or alterations as are necessary to effect compliance with this chapter and all other applicable provisions of this code.
   (F)   Every manufactured housing development shall be inspected annually before the annual re-issuance of a license. In order to enforce the provisions of this chapter, alterations and repairs may be required before the manufactured housing development license is re-issued.
(Ord. 1287, passed 8-10-99)