[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Osceola 8-10-1993 by Ord. No. 7-93 as Sec. 10.06 of the 1993 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Section 66.058 of the Wisconsin Statutes and the definitions therein are hereby adopted by reference.
Editor's Note: Section 66.058, Wis. Stats., was renumbered § 66.0435(1) to (8) and amended by 1999 Act 150, §§ 158 to 160, effective 1-1-2001.
[Amended 1-8-2008 by Ord. No. 08-04]
No person shall park or occupy a mobile home, trailer house (with or without wheels) or any building or structure originally manufactured for a trailer house or mobile home at any place within the Village except in duly licensed mobile home parks. This section does not apply to mobile homes located in the Village on October 7, 1957, nor does it apply to manufactured homes whose construction complies with applicable federal law and the zoning and building codes of the Village. No person shall occupy a recreational vehicle, or any vehicle-type portable structure without permanent foundation designed and manufactured for recreational use, for more than 60 days in a consecutive twelve-month period, except when located in a licensed mobile home park.
No person shall establish or operate upon property owned or controlled by him or her within the village a mobile home park without having first secured a license therefor from the Village Clerk. The application for such license shall be accompanied by a fee as set by resolution of the Village Board from time to time, but such fee shall not be less than $25 nor more than $100.
[Amended 1-12-1999 by Ord. No. 99-01]
The license and each renewal license shall expire one year from the date of issuance.
Such park shall comply with the Wisconsin Administration Code, Ch. 77, which is hereby adopted by reference.
No trailer park shall be constructed, any part of which is within 200 feet from an residence, without the written consent of the party owning the residence at the time of the construction.
There is imposed on each occupied nonexempt mobile home in the village a monthly parking permit fee as determined under § 66.058, Wis. Stats. "Occupied" shall mean physically occupied or connected to any village utility.
Editor's Note: Section 66.058, Wis. Stats., was renumbered §§ 66.0435(1) to (8) and amended by 1999 Act 150, §§ 158-160, effective 1-1-2001.
The licensee of a mobile home park shall collect such permit fees from each occupied nonexempt mobile home therein and remit such fees to the Village Treasurer. If any such parking permit fee remains delinquent for more than 30 days, the mobile home park operator shall be liable therefor, and, in addition thereto, the amount of such delinquencies shall be a lien against the property and may be entered in the next succeeding tax roll as a charge against such property.
The mobile home park licensee shall notify the Village Clerk upon forms provided by the Clerk of any mobile homes added to the park within five days of such addition. Failure to comply with this requirement shall subject the park operator to a forfeiture of not to exceed $25 and shall be cause for revocation of his or her mobile home park license.
Occupants of any nonexempt mobile home parked outside of a mobile home park shall remit such permit fees directly to the Village Treasurer. If such fees are not paid within 30 days after due, the owner of the land upon which the mobile home is located shall be liable for the delinquent permit fee, and, if not paid, such shall be a lien against the property and may be entered in the next succeeding tax roll as a special charge against the property.
Every occupied mobile home in the village shall be provided with a substantial flytight, watertight, metal garbage depository from which the contents shall be removed and disposed of in a sanitary manner by the licensee of the mobile home park at least twice weekly between May 1 and October 1 of each year and otherwise weekly. No garbage shall be deposited or disposed of in the sanitary sewer system except through a garbage disposal unit. The cost to remedy any stoppage or damage to the sanitary sewer system due to deposit therein of garbage will be assessed against the occupant of the mobile home, and he or she shall pay for such damage within one day from the time he or she receives notice of the assessment, and his or her village services shall be suspended until such damage is paid for.
[Amended 1-12-1999 by Ord. No. 99-01]
No assignment of any license shall be made without the approval of the Village Board and the payment of a fee for such assignment as set by resolution of the Village Board from time to time.
Except as otherwise provided, any person who shall violate any provision of this chapter or any order, rule or regulation made hereunder shall be subject to a penalty as provided in § 1-19 of this Code.