§ 158.031  REGULATION OF STRUCTURES AND DWELLINGS.
   (A)   Structures, property, and dwellings are divisioned and classified as hereunder listed and established for the purpose of this chapter.
      (1)   Structures.
         (a)   Building structures.  Class 1, conventionally-built building structures; Class 2, prefabricated building structures; and Class 3, modular building structures.
         (b)   Mobile home structures.  Class 4, immobilized-mobile home structures; and Class 5, (mobile) mobile home structures.
      (2)   Property.
         (a)   Real property.  Class 1, conventionally-built building structure; Class 2, prefabricated building structure; Class 3, modular building structure; and Class 4, immobilized-mobile home structure.
         (b)   Personal property. Class 5, (mobile) mobile home structure.
      (3)   Dwellings.
         (a)   Residence dwellings.  Class 1, conventionally-built residence dwelling; Class 2, prefabricated residence dwelling; and Class 3, modular residence dwelling.
         (b)   Mobile home dwellings.  Class 4, immobilized-mobile home dwelling; and Class 5, (mobile) mobile home dwelling.
   (B)   When a given class of structure is not listed in the sections of this chapter devoted to “permitted principal structure class” for a given category of zoning, it shall be assumed that class of structure is expressly prohibited in that category of zoning or zone district.
   (C)   When a given class of dwelling (use) is not listed in the sections of this chapter devoted to “permitted uses” for a given category of zoning, it shall be assumed that class of dwelling (use) is expressly prohibited in that category of zoning or zone district.
   (D)   However, not in conflict with the foregoing, if there is doubt in determining of which class a given structure shall be classified, or if there is doubt in determining of which class a given dwelling shall be classified, then by written order or resolution by the City Council, after reviewing the definitions of the several relevant words, terms and phrases listed and defined in and for the purpose of this chapter, the City Council shall determine and identify that the structure or dwelling in question is of a character that is most nearly equal to and compatible with one of the above five listed classes of structures or dwellings, as the instance shall dictate. Thereafter, structures or dwellings of the question shall be expressly included as being of that declared class, unless the City Council shall subsequently reverse or amend its order or resolution following the same procedure.
(Ord. 623, passed 9-8-1970; Ord. 949, passed 12-17-1979)