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Because of their unusual characteristics, the large area required for operation, the congestion of persons and property customarily found in such activities, the traffic problems created thereby, and other conditions caused by their presence which might adversely affect the public safety, health, morals, and welfare unless adequate safeguards are imposed, trailer parks, trailer courts, mobile home parks, and public trailer camps shall require special consideration as to their proper location and character in relation to adjacent uses and to the development of the City and as to the conditions under which each such use may be permitted. Therefore, such uses shall be permitted only if a planned development permit is obtained in the manner set forth in Article 28 of this chapter and such use conforms to every term and condition of the permit. The Commission shall not grant a permit for any use when it finds that the use will be injurious or detrimental to the public health, safety, or welfare or to the property in the vicinity or zone in which the use will be situated, and, secondly, that the imposition of conditions upon the requested use will not prevent such effects.
(§ 8135, T.O.O.C., renumbered by § XIV, Ord. 173-NS, eff. November 5, 1970)