Chapter 15.50


15.50.010    Definitions.

15.50.020    Parking outside licensed mobile home parks restricted.

15.50.030    Mobile home occupancy permits.

15.50.040    Mobile home park developer’s permit.

15.50.050    Standard requirements for mobile home parks, additions, or extensions.

15.50.060    Mobile home park operator’s license.

15.50.070    Operation of mobile home parks – Responsibilities of park management.

15.50.080    Responsibilities and duties of mobile home park occupants.

15.50.090    Additional regulations on mobile homes and mobile home parks.

15.50.100    Monthly parking fee.

15.50.110    Penalties.

15.50.010 Definitions.

As used in this chapter the following terms shall have the meanings hereinafter designated:

“Complete bathroom facilities” means a flush toilet, lavatory, bath and kitchen sink.

“Licensee” means any person, firm, or corporation licensed to operate and maintain a mobile home park under this chapter.

“Lot” is a space as defined in this section.

“Mobile home” is that which is, or was as originally constructed, designed to be transported by any motor vehicle upon a public highway and designed, equipped and used primarily for sleeping, eating, and living quarters, or is intended to be so used; and includes any additions, attachments, annexes, foundations, and appurtenances, except that mobile home is not deemed a mobile home if the assessable value of such additions, attachments, annexes, foundations and appurtenances equals or exceeds 50 percent of the assessable value of the mobile home.

“Mobile home park” means any lot or plots of ground upon which two or more units, occupied for dwellings or sleeping purposes are located, regardless of whether or not a charge is made for accommodation. As used in this chapter, mobile home park is limited to plots on which are located two or more nondependent mobile homes.

“Mobile home stand” means that part of an individual space which has been reserved and improved for the placement of one mobile home unit.

“Nondependent mobile home” means a mobile home equipped with complete bath and toilet facilities, all furniture, cooking, heating, appliances, and complete year-round facilities.

“Occupied area” means that portion of an individual mobile home space which is covered by a mobile home and its accessory structures.

“Park” means mobile home park.

“Park management” means the person who owns or has charge, care or control of the mobile home park.

“Person” means any natural individual, firm, trust, partnership, association, or corporation.

“Space” means a plot of ground within a mobile home park, designed for the accommodation of one mobile home unit.

“Unit” means a mobile home unit. (2008 code § 8.13(1))

15.50.020 Parking outside licensed mobile home parks restricted.

1.    No person shall park, locate, or place any mobile home outside of a licensed mobile home park in the Town of East Troy except unoccupied mobile homes may be parked on the lawfully situated premises of a licensed mobile home dealer for purposes of sales display; the lawfully situated premises of a vehicle service business for purposes of servicing or making necessary repairs, the premises leased or owned by the owner of such mobile home for purposes of sales display for a period not exceeding 120 days, provided no business is carried on therein, or in any accessory private garage, building, or rear yard of the owner of such mobile home.

2.    No person shall stop, stand or park a mobile home on any street, alley or highway within the Town of East Troy in violation of Wis. Stat. Chs. 340 to 348, or the traffic ordinances and regulations of the Town of East Troy. (2008 code § 8.13(2))

15.50.030 Mobile home occupancy permits.

1.    Mobile homes legally located and occupied on premises outside a licensed mobile home park prior to the enactment of the ordinance codified in this chapter may be continued in such location; provided, that the owner of the premises on which such unit is located shall apply to the Town of East Troy Clerk within 60 days after the effective date of the ordinance codified this chapter for a use permit showing the date on which such use and occupancy commenced, the names of the owner and occupants and that such use and occupancy is otherwise in conformity with the applicable laws and regulations of the state and Town. Such nonconforming use shall be automatically terminated upon a discontinuance for any reason for 12 consecutive months or if the total structural repairs and alterations to the mobile home exceed 50 percent of the net value as determined under ETMC 15.50.100.

2.    The owner or occupant of a mobile home shall within five days after entering of a licensed mobile home park or removing to another park within the Town obtain a permit from the Municipal Clerk. Such permits shall be issued only for mobile homes which comply with Wis. Stat. § 218.12, or bear a seal, stamp or certificate of the manufacturer guaranteeing that the mobile home is constructed in accordance with the standards of the American National Standards Institute Book A 119.1. (2008 code § 8.13(3))

15.50.040 Mobile home park developer’s permit.

1.    No person shall construct, alter, modify, or extend any mobile home park or mobile home park building or facility within the limits of the Town of East Troy without first securing a mobile home park developer’s permit from the Town. Such permits shall be issued by the Clerk upon approval by the governing body.

2.    Applications for mobile home park developer’s permits shall be filed with the Municipal Clerk with sufficient copies for the Clerk to forward one each to the Building Inspector, Plan Commission and Fire Chief who shall investigate and review said application, to determine whether the applicant, the premises on which said park will be located and the proposed design and specifications thereof and all buildings proposed to be constructed thereon will comply with the applicable regulations, ordinances and laws of the state and Town and report their findings in writing to the governing body within 60 days. Such reports shall be considered by the governing body before any permit is issued hereunder. Failure of any officer or body to report within the allotted time shall be deemed a favorable recommendation.

3.    Applications for mobile home park developer’s permits shall be accompanied by a fee of $25.00 to cover the cost of investigation and processing, plus regular building permit fees for all buildings or structures to be erected within the proposed park.

4.    Applications shall be made on forms furnished by the Clerk and shall include the following information:

a.    Name and address of the applicant.

b.    Location and legal description of the proposed park, addition, modification or extension.

c.    A complete plot plan showing compliance with all applicable provisions of this chapter and the Town municipal building code and any applicable zoning and subdivision ordinances.

d.    Complete preliminary engineering plans and specifications, including a scale drawing of the proposed park showing, but not limited to:

i.    Plans and specifications of all utilities including: sewerage collection and disposal, storm water drainage, water and electrical distribution and supply, refuse storage and collection, lighting, telephone, and TV antenna systems.

ii.    Location and width of roadways and walkways, buffer strips, recreational and other common areas.

iii.    The location of mobile home stands with the mobile home spaces, including a detailed sketch of at least one typical mobile home space and stand therein.

iv.    Landscape plan showing all plantings.

v.    Plans and specifications of all park buildings and structures.

e.    Interest of applicant in proposed mobile home park or extension thereof. If owner of tract is a person other than applicant, a duly verified statement by the owner that applicant is authorized by him to construct and maintain the proposed park, addition, modification, or extension and make the application.

f.    Written statements describing proposed park operations, management and maintenance, including proposed fees and charges and other requirements to be imposed on park occupants by the park operator.

5.    Final engineering plans and specifications complying with the provision of this chapter and any modifications or conditions imposed by the governing body shall be submitted to the Clerk and checked by the proper municipal officers for compliance before the license is issued. (2008 code § 8.13(4))

15.50.050 Standard requirements for mobile home parks, additions, or extensions.

All mobile home parks and modifications of or additions or extensions to existing parks shall comply with the following:

1.    Comm 95, Wisconsin Administrative Code, which are hereby made a part of this chapter and incorporated herein by reference as if fully set forth, except that such regulations shall not be deemed to modify any requirement of this chapter or any other applicable law or ordinance of the state or Town which is more restrictive.

2.    The maximum number of mobile home spaces shall be eight per acre and individual spaces shall be not less than 5,445 square feet in area and arranged to afford ample area for a variety of units, setback of 50 feet from all public rights-of-way and 25 feet from any park drive or common area, including common parking areas, 40 feet from all park boundary lines, 20 feet from any other unit, building or structure. Accessory structures, such as awnings, cabanas, storage cabinets, carports, windbreaks, or attached porches shall be considered part of the unit for purposes of determining compliance with this provision.

3.    Individual valve water service connections shall be provided for direct use of each unit, so constructed and installed that they will not be damaged by frost or parking of the unit. Water systems shall be adequate to provide a pure, potable water supply of six gallons per minute at a minimum pressure of 20 psi and capable of furnishing a minimum of 150 gallons per unit per day. Fire hydrants shall be installed within 500 feet of every mobile home stand and park building.

4.    Adequate provisions shall be made for the disposal of solid and liquid wastes in a manner approved by the health officer. Open burning of waste or refuse is prohibited.

5.    All television antenna systems, electrical and telephone distribution lines and oil or gas piping serving the park or spaces therein shall be installed underground. Distribution systems shall be new and all parts and installations shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local codes. Each space shall be provided with a weatherproof electrical over-current protection device, disconnect means and branch service of not less than 100 amps for 220 volts service located adjacent to the water and sewage outlets. Receptacles shall be of the four pole four wire grounding type and have a four-prong attachment for the 110-220 volts.

6.    Before a mobile home is located on a space, a stand consisting of a concrete slab of six inches thick concrete (3,500 psi) at least 20 feet wide and 70 feet long shall be erected thereon. At least six tie-downs shall be provided at regular intervals on each slab.

7.    A minimum of two off-street parking spaces surfaced with bituminous concrete or similar material capable of carrying a wheel load of 4,000 pounds shall be provided for each mobile home space.

8.    Condition of soil, ground water level, drainage and topography shall not create hazards to the property, health or safety of occupants of mobile home spaces or living units. The site shall not be exposed to objectionable smoke, noise, odors, or other adverse influences, and no portion subject to unpredictable and/or sudden flooding or subsidence shall be used for any purpose which would expose persons or property within or without the park to hazards.

9.    Exposed ground surfaces in all parts of every mobile home park shall be paved or covered with stone screenings or other solid material or protected with a vegetable growth that is capable of preventing soil erosion and eliminating objectionable dust.

10.    The ground surface in all parts of every mobile home park shall be graded and equipped to drain all surface water in a safe, sanitary, and efficient manner.

11.    All parks shall be furnished with lighting so spaced and equipped with luminaries placed at such heights as will provide the following average maintained levels of illumination for the safe movement of pedestrians and vehicles at night:

a.    All parts of the park street systems: 0.6 foot candles, with a minimum of 0.1 foot candles.

b.    Potentially hazardous locations, such as major park street intersections and steps or stepped ramps, individually illuminated, with a minimum of 0.3 foot candles.

12.    All mobile home spaces shall abut upon a street; widths of rights-of-way, streets and shoulders shall be in accordance with the provisions of ETMC 17.35.040. All streets shall be provided with a smooth, two-inch mat of rolled hot mix asphalt bituminous concrete surface which shall be well drained under normal use and weather conditions for the area. Pavement edges shall be curbed or protected to prevent raveling of the wearing surface and shifting of the pavement base. Grades of streets shall be sufficient to insure adequate surface drainage, but not more than eight percent, provided a maximum grade of 12 percent may be used if approved by the Town Engineer as safe and designated to avoid traffic hazards. Intersections of more than two streets at one point shall not be allowed. A distance of at least 150 feet shall be maintained between center lines of offset intersecting streets.

13.    All streets in all parks shall be provided with pedestrian ways which shall be constructed in accordance with the provisions of ETMC 17.35.040. Grade and surfacing of such ways shall be bituminous concrete or concrete and be subject to approval by the Town Engineer as safe and comparable to sidewalks in other areas of the municipality subject to similar usage.

14.    All mobile home parks shall have a greenbelt or buffer strip not less than 25 feet wide along all boundaries. Unless adequately screened by existing vegetation cover, all mobile home parks shall be provided within such greenbelt or buffer strip with screening of natural growth or screen fence, except where the adjoining property is also a mobile home park. Compliance with this requirement shall be made within five years from the granting of the mobile home park developer’s permit. Permanent plantings shall be grown and maintained at a height of not less than five feet. Screening or planting requirements may be waived or modified by the governing body if it finds that the exterior architectural appeal and functional plan of the park when completed will be materially enhanced by modification or elimination of such screen planting requirements.

15.    Single-family nondependent mobile homes and approved accessory structures included in the original plans and specifications or revisions thereof, parks, playgrounds, open space, off-street parking lots, one park office and service buildings for exclusive use of park residents shall be the only permitted uses in mobile home parks; provided, the Town Board may approve the following uses when designed and limited to exclusive use of park residents:

a.    Laundromats.

b.    Clubhouses and facilities for private, social, or recreational clubs.

c.    Swimming pools.

16.    No signs shall be erected in mobile home parks except signs pertaining to the lease, hire or sale of individual mobile homes not more than six square feet in area and one mobile home park identification sign not more than 50 square feet in area in each park entrance.

17.    All mobile home parks shall be provided with safe and convenient vehicular access from abutting public streets or roads to each mobile home space. Entrances to parks shall be designed to minimize congestion and traffic hazards and allow free movement of traffic on adjacent streets.

18.    The standards and requirements for mobile home park design, layout and development contained in this chapter are intended to be minimum standards necessary to create a safe, sanitary, healthful, agreeable and urbane environment in mobile homes and mobile home parks and the Town of East Troy. The express enumeration of such standards shall not preclude the governing body by resolution, or by law, or express written agreements with the mobile home park owner or developer, from imposing additional requirements or modifying the requirements set forth in this chapter whenever it shall determine that such modification or additions are more likely to achieve the purposes of this chapter than those set forth herein and will not conflict with applicable laws of the state or county. (Ord. 2010-16 § 1. 2008 code § 8.13(5))

15.50.060 Mobile home park operator’s license.

1.    No person shall operate, administer or maintain a mobile home park within the Town of East Troy, without a valid, unexpired mobile home park license issued by the Municipal Clerk and approved by the governing body upon determination that the standards in this chapter have been met and payment of the requirement fee.

2.    Mobile home park licenses shall be issued for a calendar year and shall expire on December 31st next succeeding date of issue. Licenses may be issued after January 1st of any year but no rebate or diminution of the fee shall be allowed therefor.

3.    The fee for mobile home park license shall be $50.00 for each mobile home space. Licenses may be transferred during a license year for a fee of $10.00.

4.    Licenses granted under this chapter shall be subject to revocation or suspension by the governing body for cause in accordance with Wis. Stat. § 66.0435(2)(d). “Cause” as used in this subsection shall include, but not be limited to:

a.    Failure or neglect to abide by the requirements of this chapter or the law or regulations of the state of Wisconsin relating to mobile home parks and their operation.

b.    Conviction of any offense under the laws of the state or ordinances of the Town relating to fraudulent or misleading advertising or deceptive practices regarding the sale or renting of mobile homes or the leasing or rental of mobile home spaces or sale, lease, leasing operation of park facilities.

c.    Operation or maintenance of the mobile home park in a manner inimical to the health, safety, or welfare of park occupants or the inhabitants of the Town of East Troy; including, but not limited to, repeated violations of laws or ordinances relating to health, sanitation, refuse disposal, nuisances.

d.    Transfer or sale of an ownership interest in any mobile home space or the underlying land other than to another eligible licensee. Such action shall also subject the owner of the underlying land to all requirements of the state and municipal subdivision control laws and regulations regardless of the size or number of lots or spaces transferred or sold.

5.    Except as provided in subsection (6) of this section, no mobile home park license shall be granted for any premises or to any person not meeting the following standards and requirements:

a.    All standards and requirements set forth in ETMC 15.50.050 except as specifically waived or modified in writing by the Town Board and endorsed on the mobile home park developer’s permit. This includes a valid certificate from the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services that the park complies with the provisions of Comm 95, Wisconsin Administrative Code applicable thereto.

b.    Mobile home parks shall be used only for the parking and occupancy of single-family nondependent mobile homes and accessory structures and appurtenances and uses authorized and approved under ETMC 15.50.050(15).

c.    Applicant shall file with the approving officer, certificates of the Building Inspector and Health Officer certifying that all equipment, roads, sanitary facilities, water facilities, and other equipment and facilities, including roads, have been constructed, or installed in the park as required by this chapter and are in required operating condition at the time of said application.

d.    Location and operation of the park shall comply with all zoning and land use ordinances of the state and Town and no permit shall be issued until the proposed use has been certified by the Building Inspector as complying with such ordinance.

6.    Mobile home parks in existence and operating under a valid mobile home park license upon the effective date of the ordinance codified this chapter, including parks in areas hereafter annexed to the Town, shall be exempt from the requirements hereof relating to the land use and occupancy provided such use and occupancy complies with the applicable laws and ordinances in effect at the time of issuance of the original license but shall file application for a mobile home park developer’s nonconforming use permit and comply with all other provisions of this chapter within 180 days after the effective date hereof; provided, that an existing mobile home park having a density in excess of that provided in ETMC 15.50.050(2) shall not increase its density and shall be operated in other respects in accordance with this chapter. The governing body may extend the time for compliance as herein required upon such conditions as it shall determine necessary to protect the health, safety and welfare of park occupants or inhabitants of the Town. All extension, modifications or additions to lawfully licensed existing parks or facilities or structures herein shall comply with this chapter.

7.    Each applicant for an original or renewal license shall file with the Municipal Clerk a bond in the sum of $1,000 for each 50 mobile home spaces or fractions thereof guaranteeing the collection by the licensee of the monthly parking permit fees as provided in ETMC 15.50.100 and the compliance of licensee and the park management with the provisions of this chapter. Such bond shall also be for the use and benefit and may be prosecuted and recovery had thereon by any person who may be injured or damaged by reason of the licensee violating any provision of this chapter. (Ord. 2010-16 §§ 2, 3. 2008 code § 8.13(6))

15.50.070 Operation of mobile home parks – Responsibilities of park management.

1.    In every mobile home park there shall be located an office of the attendant or person in charge of said park. A copy of the park license and of this chapter shall be posted therein and the park register shall at all times be kept in said office.

2.    The attendant or person in charge and the park licensee shall operate the park in compliance with this chapter and regulations and ordinances of the Town and state and their agents or officers and shall have the following duties:

a.    Maintain a register of all park occupants, to be open at all times to inspection by state, federal, and municipal officers, which shall show:

i.    Names and addresses of all park occupants in each mobile home.

ii.    Number of children of school age.

iii.    State of legal residence.

iv.    Dates of entrance and departure of each mobile home.

v.    Make, model, year, and serial number of each mobile home and towing or other motor vehicles and state, territory, or county issuing such license.

vi.    Place of employment of each occupant, if any.

b.    Notify park occupants of the provisions of this chapter and inform them of their duties and responsibility and report promptly to the proper authorities any violations of this chapter or any other violation of law which may come to their attention.

c.    Notify the Health Officer immediately of any suspected communicable or contagious disease within the park.

d.    Supervise the placement of each mobile home on its stand which includes securing its stability and installing all utility connections and tie-downs.

e.    Maintain park grounds, buildings and structures free of insect and rodent harborage and infestation and accumulations of debris which may provide rodent harborage or breeding places for flies, mosquitoes, and other pests.

f.    Maintain the park free from growth of noxious weeds.

g.    Maintain the park free of litter, rubbish, and other flammable materials; provide portable fire extinguishers of a type approved by the Fire Chief in all locations designated by the Chief and maintain such extinguishers in good operating condition and cause every area within the park designated as a fire lane by the Fire Chief to be kept free and clear of obstructions.

h.    Provide every mobile home unit with a substantial, fly-tight, watertight, rodent-proof container for the deposit of garbage and refuse in accordance with the ordinances of the municipality and the regulations of the Sanitation Department. The management shall provide stands for all refuse and garbage containers so designed as to prevent tipping and minimize spillage and container deterioration and facilitate cleaning.

i.    Provide for the sanitary and safe removal and disposal of all refuse and garbage at least once per week. Removal and disposal of garbage and refuse shall be in accordance with the law of the state of Wisconsin and the ordinances and regulations of the municipality, including regulations promulgated by the Health Officer and the Fire Chief.

j.    Collect the monthly parking permit fee and cash deposits for each occupied nonexempt mobile home within the park and remit such fees and deposits to the Municipal Clerk as required by ETMC 15.50.100.

k.    Allow inspection of park premises and facilities at reasonable times by municipal officials or their agents or employees as provided by ETMC 15.50.090(2). (2008 code § 8.13(7))

15.50.080 Responsibilities and duties of mobile home park occupants.

1.    Park occupants shall comply with all applicable requirements of this chapter and regulations issued hereunder and shall maintain their mobile home space, its facilities and equipment in good repair and in a clean sanitary condition.

2.    Park occupants shall be responsible for proper placement of their mobile homes on the mobile home stand and proper installation of all utility connections in accordance with the instructions of the park management.

3.    No owner or person in charge of a dog, cat, or other pet animal shall permit it to run at large or to cause any nuisance within the limits of any mobile home park.

4.    Each owner or occupant of a nonexempt mobile home within a mobile home park shall remit to the licensee or authorized park management the cash deposit and monthly parking permit fee as required by ETMC 15.50.100.

5.    It shall be the duty of every occupant of a park to give the park licensee or management, or his agent or employee, access to any part of such park or mobile home premises at reasonable times for the purpose of making such repairs or alterations as are necessary to effect compliance with this chapter or any law or ordinance of the state or municipality or lawful regulation or order adopted hereunder.

6.    Mobile homes shall be parked only on the mobile home stands provided and shall be placed thereon in accordance with all requirements of this chapter.

7.    No mobile home owner or occupant shall conduct in any unit or any mobile home park any business or engage in any other activity which would not be permitted in single-family residential areas in the Town.

8.    No person shall discharge any waste water on the surface of the ground within any mobile home park.

9.    No person shall erect or place upon any mobile home space, any permanent or temporary structure intended to be used for dwelling purposes or in connection with any mobile home unit except as specifically authorized by this chapter. (2008 code § 8.13(8))

15.50.090 Additional regulations on mobile homes and mobile home parks.

1.    Wrecked, damaged, or dilapidated mobile homes shall not be kept or stored in a mobile home park or upon any premises in the Town. The Health Officer or Building Inspector shall determine if a mobile home is damaged or dilapidated to a point which makes it unfit for human occupancy. Such mobile homes are hereby declared to be a public nuisance. Whenever the Health Officer or Building Inspector so determines, he shall notify the licensee or landowner and owner of the mobile home in writing that such public nuisance exists within the park or on lands owned by him giving the findings upon which his determination is based and shall order such home removed from the park or site or repaired to a safe, sanitary, and wholesome condition of occupancy within a reasonable time, but not less than 30 days.

2.    The Health Officer, Building Inspector, Fire Chief, Municipal Engineer, Board of Health or their lawful agents or employees are authorized and directed to inspect mobile home parks not less than once in every 12-month period to determine the health, safety and welfare of the occupants of the park and inhabitants of the Town as affected thereby and the compliance of structures and activities therein with this chapter and all other applicable laws of the state and ordinances of the municipality.

3.    Fires in mobile home parks shall be made only in stoves and other cooking or heating equipment intended for such purposes. Outside burning is prohibited except by permit and subject to requirements or restrictions of the Fire Chief.

4.    All plumbing, building, electrical, oil or gas distribution, alterations or repairs in the park shall be in accordance with the regulations of applicable laws, ordinances and regulations of the state and municipalities and their authorized agents.

5.    All mobile homes in mobile home parks shall be skirted unless the unit is placed within one foot vertically of the stand with soil or other material completely closing such space from view and entry by rodents and vermin. Areas enclosed by such skirting shall be maintained free of rodents and fire hazards.

6.    No person shall construct, alter, add to or alter any structure, attachment or building in a mobile home park or on a mobile home space without a permit from the Town. Construction on, or addition or alteration to the exterior of a mobile home shall be of the same type of construction and materials as the mobile home affected. This subsection shall not apply to additions or awnings, antennas or skirting to mobile homes. Accessory structures on mobile home spaces shall comply with all setback, side yard and rear yard requirements for mobile home units.

7.    Storage under mobile homes is prohibited. (2008 code § 8.13(9))

15.50.100 Monthly parking fee.

1.    There is hereby imposed on each owner of a nonexempt occupied mobile home in the municipality, a monthly parking permit fee determined in accordance with Wis. Stat. § 66.0435(3). It shall be the full and complete responsibility of the mobile home park licensee to collect the proper amount from each mobile home owner or occupant. Licensees and owners and occupants of mobile homes permitted to be located on land outside a mobile home park and owner of lands on which such homes are parked shall pay to the Town Treasurer such parking permit fees on or before the tenth of the month following the month for which such fees are due in accordance with the terms of this chapter and such reasonable regulations as the Treasurer may promulgate.

2.    Licensees of mobile home parks and owners of land on which are parked any occupied, nonexempt mobile homes shall furnish information to the Town Clerk and Assessor on such homes added to their park or lands within five days after arrival of such homes on forms furnished by the Clerk in accordance with Wis. Stat. § 66.0435(3)(c) and (e).

3.    Owners of nonexempt occupied mobile homes, upon receipt of a notice from the Clerk of their liability for the monthly parking permit fee, shall remit to the Clerk a cash deposit of $25.00 to guarantee payment of such fees when due to the Municipal Treasurer. It shall be the full and complete responsibility of the licensee of the mobile home park or owner of land on which the occupied mobile home is parked to collect such cash deposits from each occupied, nonexempt mobile home therein and remit such deposits to the Municipal Clerk. Upon receipt of a notice from the owner or licensee that the nonexempt occupied mobile home has been or is about to be removed from the Town, the Clerk shall direct the Municipal Treasurer to apply said cash deposit to the balance due or to become due for any monthly parking permit fees for which said owner is liable and refund the balance, if any, to said owner. (Ord. 2010-16 §§ 4, 5. 2008 code § 8.13(10))

15.50.110 Penalties.

In addition to the penalties imposed by ETMC 15.50.060, any person violating any provisions of this chapter or failing to perform any duty imposed hereunder or committing any act prohibited hereby shall upon conviction thereof forfeit not more than $200.00 and the costs of prosecution, and in default of payment of such forfeiture and costs shall be imprisoned in the county jail until payment is made, but not exceeding 30 days for each violation, provided that the forfeiture for violation of ETMC 15.50.100(2) shall not exceed $25.00. Each day of violation of any provision of this chapter shall be deemed to constitute a separate offense. (2008 code § 8.13(11))