The following uses shall be a principal use when a building or premises is the primary or predominant use of any lot.
   (a)   Permitted. A building or premises shall be permitted to be used for the following purpose as a DD6 form: Manufactured home.
   (b)   Permitted special. The following uses include additional restrictions for each specific use listed below. A conditional use with standards §§ 160.605 et seq. (Conditional Use) may be obtained when the standards for a permitted special use cannot be obtained except for home occupations.
      (1)    Licensed manufactured home park established after March 26, 1970. Regulations regarding licensed manufactured home parks shall be as follows:
         A.   Streets. Each manufactured home lot shall abut or face a public or private roadway or street, such roadway or street having a curb to curb, hard surface at least 34 feet in width where parking is permitted on both sides, 28 feet in width where parking is restricted to one side only, or be connected to such street or roadway by a private driveway not less than 12 feet in width, serving no more than four lots.
         B.   Licensed manufactured home parks established after March 26, 1970, will comply with the following spacing requirements:
            1.   The use of flat or corrugated sheet metal for the exterior walls of any manufactured home or garage is prohibited.
            2.   Each manufactured home or garage shall have a roof structure with a minimum slope corresponding to three inches of vertical rise for each 12 inches of horizontal run. Metallic roofing surfaces shall not be permitted.
            3.   Each manufactured home shall meet HUD Safety Standards Act of 1974, effective 1976.
(Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013)