(A)   Use and occupancy permits.
      (1)   It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a travel trailer park within the town without first obtaining a use and occupancy permit, in the name of the person, to operate the specific park. The permit shall be issued annually by the Town Clerk. All applications for permits shall be made to the Town Clerk, who shall issue a license upon compliance by the applicant with provisions of this division and regulations stated in this division and other applicable legal requirements.
      (2)   Application for original approval shall be made in writing, accompanied by a filing fee in an amount on file in the Town Clerk’s office and shall contain:
         (a)   The name and address of the applicant;
         (b)   The location and legal description of the travel trailer park area; and
         (c)   A site plan of the travel park area showing all trailer spaces, structures, roads, walkways, sanitary stations and other information as outlined in § 157.364(A).
      (3)   Application for renewals of permits shall be made in writing by the holders of the permits, shall be accompanied by a filing fee in an amount on file in the Town Clerk’s office, and shall contain any change in the formation submitted since the original permit was issued or the latest renewal granted.
   (B)   Inspection. The health official, Building Official and Fire Department are authorized to make periodic inspections of the travel trailer park and travel trailer sites for the purpose of determining satisfactory compliance with the regulations of this division pertaining to the health, safety and welfare of the residents of the town.
   (C)   Revocation of permit.  Whenever any of the officials referred to in division (B) above of this section, upon inspection of a travel trailer park, find that conditions or practices exist which are in violation of any applicable provision of this subchapter, they shall furnish the permittee with a list of violations the inspection shall reveal, and give the permittee written notice of a specific reasonable time in which to remedy the violations. Failure of the permittee to remedy the violations within the specific time shall result in the revocation of the permit. The permit shall be reissued only if the violations have been remedied to comply with the requirements of this division. The users of the travel trailer park shall have two days from the date of revocation in which to vacate the travel trailer park. The permittee shall be granted a hearing on the revocation before the zoning Board of Adjustment provided a request is made by the applicant within 30 days after revocation.
(2000 Code, § 66-520)  (Ord. 75-01, passed 7-14-1975)  Penalty, see § 157.999