Town of Sweden, NY
Monroe County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Sweden 12-13-1972. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Electrical inspections — See Ch. 90.
Fire prevention and building construction — See Ch. 105.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 112.
Freshwater wetlands — See Ch. 117.
Sewers — See Ch. 151.
Zoning — See Ch. 175.
Subdivision Regulations — See Ch. A177.

§ 134-1 Title.

This chapter shall be known as the "Mobile Home Park Ordinance of the Town of Sweden."

§ 134-2 Purpose.

It is the purpose of this chapter to promote the health, safety and general welfare of the community and to protect and preserve the property of the Town of Sweden and its inhabitants by regulating mobile home parks in the Town of Sweden, Monroe County, New York.

§ 134-3 Definitions.

The following words or phrases, as used in this chapter, are defined as follows:
DEVELOPED ACREAGE
That acreage within a development that includes roads, sidewalks and developed lots, whether or not they may be occupied, easements and recreation areas, but does not include idle land or unusable land.
DEVELOPER
Any individual, firm, trust, partnership, association or corporation involved in the development of a mobile home park.
LICENSEE
Any person licensed to operate and maintain a mobile home park under the provisions of this chapter.
MOBILE HOME
A portable unit less than five years old designed and built to be towed on its own chassis, comprised of a frame and wheels, connected to utilities and designed without a permanent foundation for year-round living. A unit may contain parts that may be folded, collapsed or telescoped when being towed and expanded later to provide additional cubic capacity, as well as two or more separately towable components designed to be joined into one integral unit capable of being again separated into the components for repeated towing. Mobile units can be designed to be used for residential, commercial, educational or industrial purposes; excluding, however, travel trailers, motorized homes, pickup coaches and camping trailers.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
MOBILE HOME PARK
A parcel of land under single ownership which has been planned and empowered for the placement of two or more mobile homes for nontransient residential use.[1]
PERMIT
A written permit issued by the Health Department permitting the construction, alteration and extension of a mobile home park under the provisions of this chapter.
PLANNING BOARD
The duly appointed Planning Board of the Town of Sweden.
PRIVATE AREA
The open space that is associated with an individual parcel or lot in which a mobile home is placed.
SERVICE BUILDING
An individual structure on a lot used for the purpose of storage, or a community building used to house laundry and other such facilities as may be required.
TOWN BOARD
The Town Board of the Town of Sweden.
TOWN CLERK
The Town Clerk of the Town of Sweden.
UNIT
Any section, portion or plot of a mobile home park devoted to the use of the occupants of any individual mobile home.
ZONING ORDINANCE
The Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Sweden, as amended.[2]
[1]
Editor's Note: The definition of "mobile home subdivision," which immediately followed this definition, was deleted 10-24-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990.
[2]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 175, Zoning.

§ 134-4 Mobile homes outside mobile home parks.

[Added 6-13-1973]
No mobile home shall be permitted to park or remain on any lot or parcel of land in the Town of Sweden for residential purposes outside a mobile home park.

§ 134-5 Site requirements.

A. 
Acreage; conformance with zoning. Sites for mobile home parks shall comprise at least 10 acres and shall conform to the Zoning Ordinance.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
B. 
General safety. The area shall be of such character that it may safely be used for the intended purpose without danger to health and safety from fires, floods or other menace.
C. 
Conformance with health regulations. All sanitary and health regulations, state and local, shall be met.
D. 
Site dimensions.
(1) 
Boundaries of trailer spaces shall be well defined and permanently marked.
(2) 
Trailer spaces shall meet the following requirements:
(a) 
The density of development shall not exceed five units per developed acre.
(b) 
The private area associated with each lot shall be a minimum of 4,000 square feet, excluding driveways and paved areas.
(c) 
All mobile homes larger than 14 feet by 70 feet shall have lots designed and laid out accordingly.
(d) 
All mobile homes shall be located not less than 75 feet from all property lines.
E. 
Yard provisions. Mobile homes shall be parked in spaces so that a minimum of a fifteen-foot front yard (from the road right-of-way) and a ten-foot rear yard setback is observed. The side of the trailer opposite the driveway shall be no less than 10 feet from the unit boundary line.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
F. 
Parking. Two car parking spaces shall be provided for each mobile home to meet the needs of the occupants of the mobile home park and their guests without interference with normal movement of traffic. At least one parking space shall be situated on each unit, and the remainder shall be located in adjacent parking bays along the park streets. Each parking space shall have dimensions of at least 10 feet by 20 feet and shall be paved.
G. 
Sidewalks. Individual walks shall be constructed to each mobile home stand from a paved street or from a paved driveway or parking space connecting to a paved street. Common walks shall be constructed in locations where pedestrian traffic is concentrated; for example, at the park entrance and to the park office and with important facilities.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
H. 
Entrances and streets.
(1) 
Streets shall be provided on the site where necessary to furnish principal traffic ways for convenient access to the mobile home stands and other important facilities on the property.
(2) 
Streets shall be privately owned.
(3) 
All streets within the mobile home park shall be hard-surfaced and not less than 24 feet in width and shall be adequately lighted for safety of pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
(4) 
Plans for all entrances and exits from the mobile home parks must be approved by the Sweden Planning Board.
I. 
Service buildings. Each park shall provide community service buildings to house laundry facilities and other sanitary facilities as required by the Planning Board.
J. 
Private service building. One accessory building, factory-built, not to exceed 100 square feet in dimension, may be located on each lot. This building must be approved by the Planning Board.
K. 
Drainage facilities. The mobile home park shall be provided with an enclosed stormwater system of sufficient capacity to accommodate the runoff from a ten-year storm as determined from the rainfall intensity curves prepared by the Monroe County Planning Council. All design of drainage facilities shall conform to the established engineering design standards.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
L. 
Landscaping. Mobile home parks shall be landscaped to provide an attractive setting for mobile homes and other improvements, to provide adequate privacy and pleasant outlooks for living units, to minimize reflected glare and to afford summer shade. Such landscaping shall include the planting and maintenance of at least the following:
(1) 
Trees and shrubs at suitable intervals along park streets, within recreation areas and around park borders.
(2) 
Special planting to screen objectionable views, such as laundry drying yards, garbage and trash collection stations, nonresidential uses and any unsightly objects or conditions on adjacent properties.
(3) 
Lawn on all areas which are not paved or used as sites for mobile homes or buildings.
M. 
Installation.
(1) 
A mobile home lot shall have a mobile home stand designed for the supports and placement of a mobile home, and such stand shall have means to secure the mobile home against uplift, sliding, rotation and overturning.
(2) 
Each mobile home owner shall be required to enclose the bottom portion of the mobile home with either a metal or wood skirt or other suitable material, properly ventilated, within 15 days after arrival in the park.
N. 
Recreation facilities.
(1) 
Recreation areas and facilities, such as playgrounds, swimming pools and community buildings, shall be provided to meet the anticipated needs of the clientele the park is designed to serve.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
(2) 
Not less than 8% of the gross site area shall be devoted to recreation facilities, generally provided in a location or locations convenient to all.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Original Sec. 5.0. Mobile home subdivision, which immediately followed this subsection, was deleted 10-24-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990.

§ 134-6 Electrical and communication systems.

A. 
All electrical and telephone conduits will be installed underground and maintained in accordance with applicable codes and regulations governing such systems.
B. 
An electrical outlet supplying at least three-wire service with 220 volts and 100 amperes' capacity entrance shall be provided for each mobile home space.
C. 
The minimum lighting requirements for each park shall be a streetlight at the end of a street, at any street intersection and near recreation areas.

§ 134-7 Water supply.

An adequate supply of water must be available to all occupants of mobile homes in the park, and the quality must be satisfactory to the Monroe County Health Department.

§ 134-8 Sewage disposal.

An adequate and safe sewerage system shall be provided in all mobile home parks for conveying and disposing all sewage. Such systems shall be designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with county and state health laws and shall connect into a public sewer.

§ 134-9 Refuse disposal.

A. 
The storage, collection and disposal of refuse in the mobile home park shall be so conducted as to create no health hazards, rodent harborage, insect breeding areas, accident or fire hazards or air pollution.
B. 
All refuse shall be stored in flytight, watertight, rodentproof containers which shall be located not more than 150 feet from any mobile home lot. Containers shall be provided in sufficient number and capacity to properly store refuse.
C. 
All refuse containing garbage shall be collected at least twice weekly. When suitable collection service is not available from municipal or private agencies, the mobile home park operator shall provide this service. All refuse shall be collected and transported in covered vehicles or covered containers.

§ 134-10 Fire protection.

Every park shall be equipped at all times with fire-extinguishing equipment in good working order, of such type, size and number and so located within the park as to satisfy applicable reasonable regulations of the local Fire Department. No open fires shall be permitted for burning of trash, rubbish or paper.

§ 134-11 Fuel supply and storage.

It is recommended that a central fuel supply or a local utility company serving the area be the only supplier of electricity, gas or oil to the mobile home park. There shall be no aboveground fuel storage tanks located on individual lots within the park. Proper planning and early communication with utility companies is recommended to provide the necessary easements, as well as proper facilities, to serve the park.

§ 134-12 Application and approval process.

Whenever any mobile home park development is proposed, the developer or his authorized agent shall apply for and secure approval of such proposed mobile home park in accordance with the following procedures:
A. 
Sketch layout procedure.
(1) 
Whenever a mobile home park is proposed, the developer shall prepare and submit to the Planning Board three copies of a sketch layout of the proposed park development. The purpose of this step is to afford the developer an opportunity to consult early and informally with the Planning Board in order to save time and money and to make the most of opportunities for desirable development.
(2) 
Before preparing a sketch layout, the developer may discuss with the Planning Board or the Town Engineer the general requirements as to design of streets, reservations of land, drainage, sewerage, water supply, fire protection and other improvements, as well as procedural matters. Developers of land adjoining state or county highways are advised to consult with the District Engineer of the New York State Department of Transportation or the County Director of Public Works at the sketch layout stage in order to resolve problems of street openings or stormwater drainage at the earliest possible stage in the design process.
(3) 
The Planning Board shall study the sketch plan in connection with the topography of the area, existing requirements of the Zoning Ordinance, the Comprehensive Plan and the Town Official Map, if any, and shall take into consideration the general requirements of the Town and surrounding community. Particular attention shall be given to the suitability of the land for development, the layout of proposed streets to make sure that adequate provision has been made for accommodating the prospective traffic, provisions for stormwater drainage and the adequacy of proposed sites for parks, playgrounds and other community facilities.
(4) 
If the sketch layout of the plat is complete and satisfactory, the Planning Board may schedule a public information meeting within 45 days from the time of submission of the proposal for sketch plan approval.
(5) 
Not more than 45 days following the submission of the sketch layout, the Planning Board shall convey a written report to the developer containing its conclusions and recommendations concerning the design of the proposed park. One copy of the sketch layout shall be returned to the developer with the report; the other copies shall be retained by the Planning Board. Copies of minutes of the relevant meetings shall be sufficient written reports.
(6) 
The sketch layout shall comply with the following requirements:
(a) 
The sketch layout shall be drawn on paper or other suitable material at a standard scale of not more than 200 feet to one inch.
(b) 
It shall show the following information:
[1] 
The title of the sketch, including the name and address of the developer.
[2] 
A North point, scale and date.
[3] 
Boundaries of the tract to be developed, plotted to scale. If the developer intends to develop the tract in stages, the entire tract shall nevertheless be included in the sketch layout.
[4] 
A topographic survey showing ground contours adjacent to and within the tract to be developed at intervals of not more than five feet, and all pertinent topographic and planimetric features within and adjoining the tract, including existing buildings, watercourses and their one-hundred-year flood limits, water bodies, swamps, wooded areas and individual large trees. Features to be retained in the park should be so indicated.
[5] 
The approximate lines of proposed streets, sidewalks, lots and neighborhood recreation areas or other permanent open space.
[6] 
A schematic indication of the proposed system for stormwater drainage.
[7] 
A statement as to the proposed source of water supply and method of sewage disposal.
[8] 
Indication of the zoning of the tract and any other legal restrictions of use.
[9] 
The name or names of the landscape architect and/or licensed professional engineer and licensed land surveyor responsible for the preparation of the sketch layout and preliminary information.
B. 
Preliminary layout procedure.
(1) 
A preliminary layout shall be prepared and submitted to the Planning Board for all proposed mobile home parks. The preliminary layout shall comply with the requirements made by the Planning Board in its report on the sketch layout, if any.
(2) 
Five copies of the preliminary layout and supplementary material specified shall be submitted to the Planning Board at least 14 days prior to the meeting at which it is to be considered.
(3) 
The Planning Board shall review the preliminary layout in connection with the recommendations made during the sketch plan stage. Particular attention shall be given to the suitability of the land for development, the layout of proposed streets to make sure that adequate provision has been made for accommodating the prospective traffic, provisions for stormwater drainage and the adequacy of proposed sites for parks, playgrounds and other community facilities.
(4) 
Within 45 days after the meeting at which preliminary layout has been submitted, the Planning Board shall act upon it. The Planning Board's action shall be in the form of a written report to the developer stating whether or not the preliminary layout is conditionally approved. A copy of the appropriate minutes of the Planning Board meeting shall be a sufficient report. The Planning Board's report may include recommendations as to desirable revisions to be incorporated in the final plat. If the preliminary layout is disapproved, the Planning Board's report will contain the reasons for such findings. In such a case, the Planning Board may recommend further study of the proposed development and resubmission of the preliminary layout to the Planning Board after it has been revised or redesigned.
(5) 
The preliminary layout shall conform to the following:
(a) 
The preliminary layout shall be drawn on one or more sheets of tracing material not more than 36 inches by 48 inches in size, shall be clearly marked as a "preliminary plat" and shall be drawn at a standard scale of not more than 100 feet to one inch.
(b) 
If more than one sheet is required to show an entire tract, an index map shall be provided.
(c) 
The preliminary layout shall show the following information: (Note that many of the requirements are repetitious of the sketch plan stage but are stated here for the purpose of clarification and continuity.)
[1] 
The title of the drawing, including the name and address of the developer.
[2] 
A North point, scale and date.
[3] 
Boundaries of the tract to be developed, plotted to scale. If the developer intends to develop the tract in stages, the entire tract shall nevertheless be included in the preliminary layout, with the various stages of development clearly delineated.
[4] 
The names of the owners of adjacent land.
[5] 
Existing streets immediately adjoining and within the tract to be developed.
[6] 
Existing drains, waterlines and sanitary sewers nearby and within the tract to be developed, with their location, size, type and approximate elevations and gradients, using mean sea level as datum plane; also, existing easements for such facilities.
[7] 
A topographic survey showing ground contours adjacent to and within the tract to be developed at intervals of not more than two feet of elevation and all pertinent topographic and planimetric features within and adjoining the tract, including existing buildings, watercourses and their flood limits, water bodies, swamps, wooded areas and individual large trees.
[8] 
The approximate lines and gradients of proposed streets and sidewalks.
[9] 
The names of proposed streets.
[10] 
The approximate lines of proposed lots, which shall be numbered.
[11] 
The approximate lines and the purpose of proposed easements.
[12] 
The approximate locations and dimensions of areas proposed for neighborhood parks or playgrounds or other permanent open space.
[13] 
A statement as to the proposed source of water supply and method of sewage disposal.
[14] 
Indications of the zoning of the property to be developed and any other legal restrictions on its use.
[15] 
The location of any municipal boundary lines, existing special service district lines and zoning district lines within the tract.
[16] 
The name or names of the landscape architect and/or licensed professional engineer and licensed land surveyor responsible for the preparation of the preliminary layout and supplementary information.
C. 
Final plat procedure.
(1) 
After receiving conditional approval from the Planning Board on a preliminary layout, the developer may prepare his final plat and submit it to the Planning Board for approval, except that if more than six months has elapsed between the time of the Planning Board's report on the preliminary layout and submission of the final plat and if the Planning Board finds that conditions have changed significantly in the interim, the Planning Board may require a resubmission of the preliminary layout for further review and possible revision prior to accepting the proposed final plat for review.
(2) 
The Planning Board will be guided in its consideration of the final plat by the following procedures and requirements:
(a) 
The final plat shall conform substantially to the preliminary layout that has received conditional approval from the Planning Board. It should incorporate any revisions or other features that may have been required by the Planning Board at the preliminary layout stage, and all such compliances shall be clearly indicated by the developer on the appropriate submission. If the developer wishes to develop the mobile home park in stages, he may prepare and submit a final plat for a portion of the area encompassed by the preliminary layout, provided that the proposed development stages were indicated on the preliminary layout reviewed by the Planning Board.
(b) 
Application to the Planning Board for approval of the final plat shall be filed with the Code Enforcement Officer at least 14 days prior to the meeting at which it is to be considered. Such application shall be in writing on a standard plat approval form, copies of which can be obtained from the Building Department. Five copies of the proposed final plat shall be submitted with the application for approval.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
(c) 
At the time of filing the application for approval, the applicant shall pay to the Town Clerk a fee in accordance with the fee schedule established by a simple resolution of the Town Board from time to time. A copy of such fee schedule shall be kept in the office of the Town Clerk.
(d) 
If the application for final approval of the plat is complete and satisfactory, the Planning Board will schedule a public hearing within 30 days from the time of submission of the application for approval of the final plat. For the purpose of these regulations, the submission date shall be taken as the date of the first regular Planning Board meeting held not less than 14 days after the date when the application for approval was filed with the Town Code Enforcement Officer. The hearing shall be advertised at least five days before its scheduled date in a newspaper of general circulation in the Town.
(e) 
Within 45 days after the time of the hearing on the plat, the Planning Board shall approve, modify and approve or disapprove the final plat. In reviewing the final plat for a mobile home park, the Planning Board shall consult with the Town Engineer and such other officials or agencies as may be appropriate in each case. The Town Engineer shall report to the Planning Board concerning the adequacy of engineering features shown on the final plat.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
(f) 
The action of the Planning Board shall be recorded in the Board's minutes, and the developer shall be notified of such action through transmittal of these minutes. In case of disapproval of a proposed final plat, the Planning Board shall have in these minutes its reasons for disapproval.
(g) 
After the Planning Board has approved a final plat, the developer may proceed with the construction of streets, drains and other improvements as shown on the construction detail sheet of the final plat. Within one year, unless such time limit is extended by the Town Board, the improvements shown on the construction detail sheet shall have been completed to the satisfaction of the Town Engineer and/or the Code Enforcement Officer. Upon such satisfactory completion, such official shall issue a written statement to that effect to the Town Board, the Planning Board, the developer and any other interested agencies or parties. Upon receipt of such statement, the Planning Board Chairman shall sign the final plat as evidence that it has been approved by the Planning Board.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
(h) 
As an alternative to completing the improvements to be dedicated to the Town prior to having the final plat signed by the Planning Board Chairman, the developer may post with the Town a performance bond sufficient to cover the full cost of the improvements as estimated by the Town Engineer. Such bond shall be subject to approval by the Town Board in accordance with § 277 of the Town Law and shall run for a term to be fixed by the Planning Board. Upon posting of such performance bond and compliance with all other requirements, the Planning Board Chairman shall sign and seal the final plat as evidence that it has been approved by the Planning Board. Within 90 days of said approval, the Planning Board Chairman shall send a copy of the final plat to the Monroe County Department of Maps and Surveys for filing.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
(3) 
The final plat shall be drawn in ink on tracing cloth or material equally acceptable for filing with the Planning Board Chairman and shall give sufficient survey data to determine readily the location, bearing and length of all lines shown thereon to permit the reproduction of such lines upon the ground.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
(4) 
The final plat submission shall be composed of three parts: construction sheet, record sheet and drainage report. They are described as follows:
(a) 
Final plat construction sheet.
[1] 
The final plat construction sheet shall be 20 inches by 20 inches or 20 inches by 40 inches and shall be drawn at a scale of 50 feet to one inch. Where more than one sheet is required to show the routine development, a key map shall be provided.
[2] 
The following information shall be shown:
[a] 
The title of the sheet, including the name and address of the developer.
[b] 
A North point, scale and date.
[c] 
The lines of existing and proposed streets and sidewalks immediately adjoining and within the mobile home park.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
[d] 
The names of existing and proposed streets.
[e] 
Typical cross sections of proposed streets.
[f] 
Profiles of proposed streets at a suitable vertical scale showing finished grades in relation to existing ground elevation.
[g] 
The layout of proposed lots, including lot numbers and the proposed numbering system for homes or other buildings that may be erected on such lots.
[h] 
The location and size of any existing and proposed sewers (stormwater or sanitary), water mains, hydrants, shutoff valves and the like, and pipes on the property or into which any connection is proposed.
[i] 
Provisions for water supply and sewage disposal, and evidence that such provisions have received approval of the Monroe County Health Department.
[j] 
Locations of survey monuments.
[k] 
A plan and typical cross section of proposed sidewalks.
[l] 
A development plan, including landscaping, for any proposed neighborhood park or playground within the tract.
[m] 
A planting plan for street trees, indicating the locations, varieties and minimum size of trees to be planted and of existing trees to be preserved as street trees.
[n] 
Brief specifications, or reference to the Town of Sweden Standard Specifications, for all facilities to be constructed or installed within the tract.
[o] 
Certification by a licensed professional engineer and a licensed land surveyor as evidence of professional responsibility for the preparation of the construction sheet.
(b) 
Final plat record sheet.
[1] 
Unless the Planning Board Chairman specifies otherwise, the record sheet shall be 17 inches by 22 inches or 22 inches by 34 inches or 34 inches by 44 inches in size and shall be drawn at a scale of 50 feet to one inch. Where more than one sheet is required to show the entire development, a key map showing all sections shall be provided.
[2] 
The following information shall be clearly shown:
[a] 
The title of the sheet, including the name and address of the developer.
[b] 
A North point, graphic scale and date.
[c] 
The boundaries of the mobile home park and information to show the location of the development in relation to surrounding property and streets, including the names of owners of adjacent developments. In whatever manner that is practical, the park boundary shall be referenced from two directions to established United States Coast and Geodetic Survey monuments or New York State Plane Coordinate monuments. In the event that such monuments have been obliterated, the park boundary shall be referenced to the nearest highway intersections or previously established monuments. Any combination of types of reference ties may be accepted which would fulfill the requirement of exact measurements from the park boundary to reference points previously established for or by a public agency.
[d] 
The lines of existing and proposed streets and sidewalks within the park, and the lines of existing or approved streets and sidewalks or adjoining properties.
[e] 
The names of existing and proposed streets.
[f] 
The lines and dimensions of proposed lots, which shall be numbered. Any lot whose area does not conform to the Zoning Ordinance shall have its area in square feet indicated as well.
[g] 
The lines and purposes of existing and proposed easements immediately adjoining and within the mobile home park.
[h] 
The lines, dimensions and areas, in square feet, of all property which is offered or is to be offered for dedication for public use, with the purpose indicated thereon, and of all property that is proposed to be reserved by deed covenant for the common use of the clientele of the park.
[i] 
The location of monuments to be placed within the mobile home park.
[j] 
The locations of existing and proposed water supply lines, storm sewers and sanitary sewers within the park.
[k] 
The locations of any municipal and zoning boundary lines within the park.
[l] 
Statements as to the zoning of the property within the park and compliance of the proposed lots with zoning requirements. If any lots do not comply but are covered by zoning variances, the statement should include reference to such variances.
[m] 
A certification by a licensed professional engineer and a licensed land surveyor as evidence of professional responsibility for the preparation of the record sheet.
(c) 
Final plat drainage report.
[1] 
This report shall expand upon the report submitted at the preliminary layout stage and shall present plans and supporting data for stormwater drainage provisions within the development, including:
[a] 
Plans, profiles and typical and special cross sections of proposed stormwater drainage facilities.
[b] 
Supporting final design data and copies of computations used as a basis for the design capacities and performance of the drainage facilities.
[c] 
A final park grading plan developed to suitable contour intervals with grading details to indicate proposed street grades and elevations and building site grades and elevations throughout the mobile home park. The contour interval of the grading plan shall be one, two or five feet vertical, the selection to result in a horizontal distance between contour lines of not more than 100 feet.
[d] 
Evidence that the above provisions for stormwater drainage have been approved by the Town Engineer.
[2] 
All stormwater design shall be in conformance with the specifications outlined by the Town Engineer.

§ 134-13 Issuance, term and transferability of license.

A. 
Upon final plat approval granted by the Planning Board Chairman pursuant to § 134-12C(2)(g), a mobile home park license shall be granted for the designated lots shown on the final plat. The license shall be renewed annually with a fee in accordance with the fee schedule as hereinabove prescribed by the Town Board.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
B. 
Such license shall be valid until January 1 succeeding the date of issuance of such license and shall be renewed annually thereafter by the Town Board if approved by it and upon payment of the fee prescribed in Subsection A above.
C. 
All licenses are transferable, provided that the mobile home park is in compliance with this chapter. Upon application to the Town Clerk and satisfactory inspection by the Code Enforcement Officer, a license shall be issued to the transferee upon payment of a fee in accordance with the fee schedule for the remainder of the term of the license then in effect.

§ 134-14 Revocation or suspension of license.

The Town Board, after a public hearing thereon, at which time the licensee shall have an opportunity to be heard, in its discretion, may revoke or suspend the permit or license granted under authority of this chapter for failure to comply with any of the terms of this chapter or any law or regulation relating to mobile home parks, or if said Town Board shall determine that the holder of the license is an undesirable person or incapable of properly conducting the business previously licensed.

§ 134-15 Penalties for offenses.

[Amended 10-24-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990; 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]
Any person, firm, company or corporation owning, controlling or managing any structure or lot wherein or whereon there shall be placed anything in violation of any of the provisions of this chapter, and any person, firm, company or corporation who or which shall omit, neglect or refuse to do any act required by this chapter, shall be guilty of a violation, punishable by a fine of not more than $250 or by imprisonment not to exceed 15 days, or both. Each day that such violation, disobedience, omission, neglect or refusal shall continue shall be deemed a separate offense. In addition to the remedies hereinbefore set forth, the Town Board may institute any appropriate action or proceeding to prevent any violation of the provisions of this chapter or to compel compliance therewith.

§ 134-16 Effect on existing permits, conditions and other laws.

All rules, regulations and ordinances of this Town inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed as of the date this chapter takes effect, except that this chapter does not repeal, abrogate or impair conditions legally now existing or permits previously issued, but whenever this chapter imposes greater restrictions than required by existing provisions of law, the provisions hereof shall control insofar as the same is legally permissible.

§ 134-17 Management of parks; duties of licensees.

A. 
Every mobile home park shall be under the direct management of the owner or licensee or his agent or representative. Such person or persons must be of good reputation and character and shall operate such park from an office located on the grounds, in which office shall be maintained a bound book containing a record of the names of all persons accommodated at the park, their home addresses and the make and serial numbers of their mobile homes.
B. 
It shall be the duty of the licensee of any such park to:
(1) 
Prohibit the storage of unsightly or combustible materials or of abandoned vehicles of any kind.
(2) 
Provide for the cleaning, painting, repairing and maintaining of all community buildings.
(3) 
Provide the mobile home park with adequate fire protection consisting of a hydrant or hydrants, fire hose and fire extinguishers so located that the same shall be immediately available. Such fire equipment shall be inspected by the Code Enforcement Officer at regular intervals and shall at all times meet with his approval.
(4) 
Take such other measures which shall be deemed necessary by the Town Board, the Monroe County Health Department and the Code Enforcement Officer to preserve the health, comfort and safety of all persons accommodated in the park or the general public.
(5) 
File with the Town Clerk of the Town of Sweden, between the first day of May and the 15th day of May in each year, a duly verified record of all mobile homes located within said park on the first day of May of each year, together with the date that such vehicle first was permitted to park therein, and with the make, model, year and size of each of said vehicles.
(6) 
File with the Assessor within 10 days following the arrival of any mobile home the information called for in the data sheet to be furnished by the Assessor, and also notify the Assessor within 10 days following the departure of any mobile home from the park.
[Amended 8-22-2006 by L.L. No. 3-2006]

§ 134-18 Sale of mobile homes in parks.

A sales lot or area for the purpose of selling or parking mobile homes shall be prohibited within the mobile home park. However, mobile homes may be sold if set upon specified lots, complete with electrical, sanitary and water service. The lots shall be landscaped, and the mobile homes will be suitable for living quarters.