(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to locate or maintain any recreational vehicle on any private premises or any public premises (other than a public street as provided above in § 120.02 of this chapter) within the corporate limits of the city outside of a licensed recreational vehicle park.
   (B)   It shall be an exception to the application of the provisions of Division (A) of this section if the recreational vehicle in question is:
      (1)   Not connected to the water or sanitary sewer system serving the premises on which it is located and is not being occupied as a dwelling whether or not it is so connected; or
      (2)   Is located in a licensed mobile home park which was in existence on the effective date of this chapter if at least 50% of the mobile home spaces located in such mobile home park are occupied by mobile homes; or,
      (3)   Is temporarily placed on premises located in a zoning district other than a residential zoning district;  and the  City  Council,  upon written application therefor filed with the City Council, giving the name and address of the applicant, a description of the premises upon which the recreational vehicle is to be located and the purpose for which such recreational vehicle is to be used, has granted permission for such recreational vehicle to be so placed for a specified time, taking in to consideration the necessity for such recreational vehicle to be so placed, the appropriateness of the location, the availability of water and sewer service to which such recreational vehicle shall be connected while so located, the fee which should be charged the applicant and other factors deemed relevant by the City Council. Provided, however, such permit shall not be issued by the City Secretary until the fee designated by the City Council has been paid by the applicant.
(Ord. 1760, passed 4-4-93; Am. Ord. 1813, passed 5- 19-97)  Penalty, see § 10.99