(A)   Trailers shall not be permanently affixed to the ground as a principal or accessory use on a lot in any district.
   (B)   Mobile homes, travel trailers or camping trailers shall not be occupied for dwelling purposes except in lawfully established mobile home parks or tourist camps. Mobile homes, travel trailers and camping trailers shall not be parked or stored on any lot other than in a lawfully established mobile home park, tourist camp or trailer sales or manufacturing establishment; except, in a residence district, one travel trailer or camping trailer may be parked or stored in a side yard or rear yard.
   (C)   Temporary parking and use of trailers shall be permitted in any district for a temporary office or storage uses and in a residence district for temporary living quarters when a permit has been issued by the Zoning Officer. The Zoning Officer shall issue such permit for a period of one year, and may renew said permit for one additional year. Such permit shall not be renewable again, except during a period of actual construction wherein the use of the trailer is incidental to the construction. All permits issued under this section shall be for trailers located on the same or contiguous lots as the construction or building development.
   (D)   The Village Board may cause to be issued a permit for a trailer for use as a temporary dwelling for a custodian or guard in any village park or recreation area within the village wherein it is deemed necessary or desirable by the Village Board that such custodian or guard live on the premises.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 3, subs. .200, passed 2-15-1999)