§ 150.01  MOBILE HOMES.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful and a violation of this section for any person, persons, partnership, firm, or corporation to place, put, locate, park, or erect inside the corporation limits of the town any single wide mobile home, whether or not modified or expanded, except in a mobile home park.
   (B)   For purposes of this section, a SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOME is defined as a dwelling which is factory assembled, is transportable, is intended or designed for use as a dwelling, is designed for transportation on its own chassis, and is non-self propelled.
   (C)   For purposes of this section, a mobile home park must meet the definition of such a facility as provided by the town zoning ordinance or the county area plan.
   (D)   An exception to the above prohibition is allowed for the replacement of an existing mobile home as long as such replacements meet the following qualifications:
      (1)   A minimum usable ground floor living area of:
         (a)   One story: 980 square feet; or
         (b)   Multi-story: 750 square feet.
      (2)   A roof pitch of 3.5/12 or greater;
      (3)   A roof cover equal to or better than:
         (a)   15 pound felt paper underlayment; and
         (b)   210 pound 3 in 1 seal down tap shingles.
      (4)   Exterior siding equal to or better than beveled vinyl or beveled aluminum;
      (5)   A masonry foundation of formed and poured cement or of eight inch by eight inch by sixteen inch concrete block on an adequate footing located below the frost line; or, a masonry facial skirting of at least two-inch by eight-inch by 16-inch concrete block or a type of colored brick; and
      (6)   Any such replacement mobile home shall have been manufactured no more than five years before being placed within the town.
   (E)   This section shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage.
(Ord. 06-12-2, passed 12-11-2006)  Penalty, see § 10.99