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“Mobile home” means a single-family dwelling built on a permanent chassis designed for long-term residential occupancy and containing complete electrical, plumbing, and sanitary facilities and designed to be installed in a permanent or semi- permanent manner with or without a permanent
“Mobile home park” means a plot of land under one (1) ownership interest designed, maintained, or intended for the purpose of supplying a location or accommodations for mobile homes and/or recreational vehicles having their own sanitary facilities, including all accessory buildings and facilities. No new mobile home parks shall be approved on a plot of land of less than five (5) acres.
“Mobile home subdivision” means any parcel of land subdivided into two (2) or more lots for the purpose of sale, whether immediate or future, of such lots for the location of mobile homes.
“Mobile home space” means a plot of ground within a mobile home park designed to accommodate one (1) mobile home or one recreational vehicle, which has its own sanitary facilities.
“Recreational vehicle” means any of the following:
Motor home which is a vehicle designed to provide temporary or permanent living quarters and which is built into, as an integral part of or a permanent attachment to, a motor vehicle chassis or van;
Truck camper which is an item of mounted equipment, weighing more than five hundred (500) pounds, which, when temporarily or permanently mounted on a motor vehicle adapts such vehicle for use as temporary living or sleeping accommodations;
Camping trailer means a wheeled vehicle having an overall length of less than twenty-six (26) feet, without motive power, which is designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle over the public highways and which is generally and commonly used as temporary living or sleeping accommodations, and
Travel trailer or fifth wheel travel trailer means any wheeled vehicle having an overall width not exceeding eight (8) feet and an overall length, excluding towing gear and bumpers, of not less than twenty-six (26) feet and not more than forty (40) feet, without motive power, which is designed and generally used for occupancy by persons for residential purposes, in either temporary or permanent locations, and which unit or units are not licensed as a vehicle.
“Recreational vehicle park” means a parcel of land developed and approved for the accommodation of recreational vehicles, including service buildings and other facilities as may be required. Such park may also provide for tenting and facilities for day use.
“Siting permit” means a permit issued by the building inspector to the owner of a mobile home or recreational vehicle with its own sanitary facilities authorizing such home and/or vehicle to be sited and occupied in accordance with the provisions of these regulations.
“Skirting” means a weatherproof, durable, flame-resistant architecturally compatible material as approved by the building inspector and installed around a mobile home in order to secure the area beneath the home and protect it from wind, fire, heat, and cold.