(A)   Every travel trailer park and campground shall be located on a site of not less than three acres.
   (B)   Each travel trailer and campground lot shall be of sufficient size, however, in no case shall the ratio of lot area occupied by structures to total lot area exceed 40%.
   (C)   Every travel trailer park and campground and its street system shall be graded so as to prevent ponding of water.
   (D)   The street system shall provide convenient circulation. Dead-end streets longer than 500 feet shall not be permitted. The closed end of any dead-end street shall have a cul-de-sac with a minimum diameter of 60 feet.
   (E)   Roadway widths shall be a minimum of 18 feet for two-way circulation and a minimum of 12 feet for one-way circulation.
   (F)   Grades of all streets shall be sufficient to insure adequate surface drainage.
   (G)   All streets shall have a smooth, hard, dense surface that is durable and well-drained under normal use and weather conditions.
   (H)   A buffer strip ten feet wide planted in grass with shrubs or trees shall be reserved as open space between any travel trailer park and adjoining residential district.
   (I)   Every travel trailer in the park and campground and related structure shall comply with the State Building, Plumbing, Electrical, Heating, and Air Conditioning Codes, and any other applicable regulation of the town.
   (J)   All toilet, shower, lavatory, and laundry facilities shall be provided and maintained in a clean and sanitary condition and kept in good repair at all times.
   (K)   Each park and campground shall provide at least one sewage dumping station approved by the County Health Department. All sewage wastes from each park, including wastes from toilets, showers, lavatories, and laundry facilities shall be piped into the park's sewage disposal system.
   (L)   The travel trailer park and campground owner is responsible for refuse collection and all garbage and refuse shall be stored in suitable watertight and fly-tight receptacles.
   (M)   It shall be unlawful for a person to park or store a mobile home in a travel trailer park or campground. However, one mobile home may be allowed within a travel trailer park to be used as an office and/or residence of person responsible for the operation and maintenance of the travel trailer park and campground.
('85 Code, § 15-7.6) (Ord. 33, passed 10-5-81; Am. Ord. 4-84, passed 2-6-84; Am. Ord. 4-90, passed 4-2-90) Penalty, see § 157.999