Chapter 21 – Licenses

Last updated January 2016

Articles:

21.04     In General

21.08     Going out of Business, Fire and Bankrupt Sales – This Article was repealed with Ordinance No. 1312 (March 6, 2006)

21.12     Mobile Home Courts and Trailer Parks – This Article was repealed with Ordinance No. 1312 (March 6, 2006)

21.20     Authority to Sell Tobacco

21.30     Temporary Homeless Shelter

Article 21.04 In General

Sections:

21.04.010             Applicability of article

21.04.020             Applications

21.04.030             Issuance; form of license

21.04.040             Surrender and cancellation

21.04.050        Payment of fees; inclusion of fee amount and date on license

21.04.060             Term

21.04.070             Revocation

21.04.080             Appeal of auditor’s denial of license application

Section 21.04.010       Applicability of article

            Unless otherwise specifically provided, licenses required for the carrying on of a business or trade within the city shall be applied for, issued, terminated and revoked according to the provisions of this article. (Code 1958, § 17-1.)

Section 21.04.020       Applications

            Every application for a license shall be made upon a blank form furnished by the city auditor and verified and shall contain the name, place of residence, age and occupation of the applicant, the purpose for which a license is desired, the place where and the term for which he proposes to carry on the business or trade to be licensed and such other information as may be required according to provisions of this article. (Code 1958, § 17-2; Ord. No. 550.)

Section 21.04.030       Issuance; form of license

            If it shall appear that the applicant in section 21.04.020 is entitled to a license, the city auditor shall issue a license signed by him. Licenses shall be issued from a bound book and shall be consecutively numbered. Each license in such book shall have a stub attached thereto upon which the substance of the license shall be entered. (Code 1958, § 17-3.)

Section 21.04.040       Surrender and cancellation

            Upon surrender or cancellation of a license, the fact that it has been surrendered or canceled shall be entered by the city auditor on the stub from which it was detached. (Code 1958, § 17-4.)

Section 21.04.050       Payment of fees; inclusion of fee amount and date on license

            No license under the provisions of this article shall be issued until the fee prescribed therefor has been paid to the city auditor. The amount paid and the date thereof and the term for which the license was issued shall be shown on each license. (Code 1958, § 17-5.)

Section 21.04.060       Term

            All licenses issued under the provisions of this article shall expire on the first day of January of each year; provided, that should any license issued pursuant to this article specify an expiration date, such license shall expire upon the date as stated upon the license issued pursuant to this article. (Code 1958, § 176; Ord. No. 550.)

Section 21.04.070       Revocation

            Whenever it shall appear that a license has been improvidently issued or that the holder thereof is violating the authority granted to him thereby, it shall be the duty of the city auditor to revoke the license and to give notice of such revocation forthwith to the licensee. After such revocation the licensee shall be without authority to carry on the business or trade for which the license has been granted. (Code 1958, § 17-7.)

Section 21.04.080       Appeal of auditor’s denial of license application

            Whenever, by the provisions of this Code, the auditor is granted the authority to grant permits or licenses, and the auditor denies said application, the applicant shall have the right to appeal said denial to the city commission. The appeal shall be made by making a written request to the auditor within ten days of the decision. (Ord. No. 1083, § 21.)

Article 21.08 Going out of Business, Fire and Bankrupt Sales – This Article was repealed with Ordinance No. 1312 (March 6, 2006)


Article 21.12 Mobile Home Courts and Trailer Parks – This Article was repealed with Ordinance No. 1312 (March 6, 2006)


Article 21.20 Authority to Sell Tobacco

Sections:

21.20.010             Purpose

21.20.020             Authority to Sell

21.20.030             Grant of Authority

21.20.040             Grounds for Suspension or Revocation of Authority to Sell

21.20.050  Hearing for Revocation or Suspension

Section 21.20.010       Purpose

  The City of Dickinson has recognized that illegal tobacco purchase and use by minors is a significant problem with the city.  This section is intended to reduce the illegal purchases of tobacco products by minors and to reduce the accessibility of tobacco products to minors.  (Ord. 1234 § 1)

Section 21.20.020       Authority to Sell

No person, firm, business or other entity may directly or indirectly or by means of device, offer or dispose of, or give away, tobacco products (as defined in Section 25.06.010) without:

1.  A North Dakota State Tobacco Dealers License issued pursuant to NDCC Chapter 57-36 when required by the State.

2.  A valid license to sell tobacco products at retail as granted by the City of Dickinson.

An employee age 18 or older acting on behalf of his/her employer, shall have the same license and authority with regard to tobacco products as the employer.  As used in this chapter, “tobacco” or “tobacco products” are defined as in Section 25.06.010.  A “person or business” means any individual, business, firm, fiduciary, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, trust, or association however formed.  (Ord. 1234 § 1; Ord. 1478§ 1; Ord. 1601§ 3)

Section 21.20.030       Grant of Authority

The City of Dickinson shall grant a license to sell tobacco or tobacco products at retail, to persons or businesses who have a North Dakota State Tobacco Dealers License under NDCC Chapter 57‑36, when required by the State, except as such license may be suspended or revoked by the City of Dickinson or State of North Dakota.  The city-issued license granted by this section may be suspended or revoked as provided in this chapter.  (Ord. 1234 § 1; Ord. 1478§ 1; Ord. 1601§ 3)

Annual license fees shall be set by resolution of the Board of the City Commissioners, and incorporated into the City Fee Schedule.

Such licenses shall be non-transferable. (Ord. 1478§ 1)

Section 21.20.040       Grounds for Suspension or Revocation of Authority to Sell

The license and authority to sell tobacco products granted under this Chapter may be revoked or suspended temporarily by the Board of City Commissioners upon any violation of Dickinson City Code 21.20 or 25.06. The City shall also assess against the licensee administrative fines as follows:

(a)        First Offense: In the event of a first violation within a 24 month period by the licensee, its agent or employee, of Article 21.20 or 25.06, the City shall assess against the licensee an administrative fine in the amount of $150.00.  The City shall further suspend the licensee’s license and authority to sell tobacco products for no less than one day.  This administrative fine and temporary suspension shall be waived in the event that both the licensee and its agent or employee who violated the ordinance have taken approved server training through the Southwestern District Health Unit regarding sale of tobacco products. 

(b)       Second Offense:   In the event of a second violation within a 24 month period by the licensee, its agent or employee, of Article 21.20 or 25.06, the City shall assess against the licensee an administrative fine in the amount of $250.00.  The City shall further suspend the licensee’s license and authority to sell tobacco products for no less than three days. 

(c)        Third Offense: In the event of a third violation within a 24 month period by the licensee, its agent or employee, of Article 21.20 or 25.06, the City shall assess against the licensee an administrative fine in the amount of $500.00.  The City shall further suspend the licensee’s license and authority to sell tobacco products for no less than five days. 

Section 21.20.050       Hearing for Revocation or Suspension.

Prior to the entry of fines and sanctions provided herein, the licensee shall have the right to an informal hearing before the City Administrator and, if requested, a formal hearing before the Board of City Commissioners.  An informal hearing before the City Administrator may be arranged at such dates and times as mutually agreeable to the City Administrator and the licensee.  In the event that a formal hearing before the Board of City Commissioners is requested, the City Administrator shall notify the licensee of the hearing by written notice, including the following: (1) the proposed action to be taken; (2) the reason for such action; (3) the time and place of the hearing; and (4) the right of the licensee to present evidence or testimony on its behalf

The notice shall be mailed to the licensee, by certified mail, not less than five days nor more than fifteen days before the hearing. 

If after the hearing the Board of City Commissioners finds that the violations did occur, it may enter the fines and sanctions provided herein. 

The Board of City Commissioners shall issue Findings of Fact, Conclusions and Order, which shall be served on the licensee.  The decision of the Board of City Commissioners is final.  

                        (Ord. 1234 § 1; (Ord. 1478 § 1)

Article 21.30 Temporary Homeless Shelter

Sections:

21.30.010             Purpose

21.30.020             Permit Required

21.30.030             Permit Application

21.30.040             Issuance of Permit

Section 21.30.010       Purpose

The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Dickinson hereby recognizes and finds that it is in the best interests of the public health, safety and general welfare to provide for temporary homeless shelter for transient or homeless individuals within the community pursuant to the terms provided herein.  (Ord. 1526§ 1)

Section 21.30.020       Permit Required

No person shall operate a temporary homeless shelter within the city limits of the City of Dickinson without a permit as provided for in this Article. 

Any person or group of persons may apply to the City for a temporary homeless shelter permit as provided in this Article.  Such permit shall entitle the grantee to certain uses of its property that would otherwise not conform to the requirements of the City’s zoning code.   The Board of City Commissioners shall issue such permit by resolution, following public hearing as provided herein, and may attach to the permit such reasonable conditions as they may deem necessary and appropriate, in order to ensure the protection of the public health, safety and general welfare.  (Ord. 1526§ 1)

Section 21.30.030       Permit Application

Unless otherwise determined by the Board of City Commissioners, the applicant shall, as part of its application, provide the City with at least the following information:

1)         The physical structure in which the temporary homeless shelter will be operated. 

2)         Identify a temporary homeless shelter coordinator for each physical structure in which the temporary homeless shelter will be operated. 

3)         A manual of rules and regulations, acceptable to the City Administrator or his designee, for operation of the temporary homeless shelter at each physical structure in which the temporary homeless shelter will be operated.  (Ord. 1526§ 1)

Section 21.30.040       Issuance of Permit

Upon receipt of the application materials, the City shall set the matter for a public hearing before the Board of City Commissioners.  At least ten (10) days prior to such public hearing, the temporary homeless shelter coordinator identified in the application materials shall notify, in writing, all property owners within 300 feet of the proposed location of the temporary homeless shelter and provide verification to the City of such notification.  Such notification shall include at least: (1) the location of the proposed temporary homeless shelter; (2) the date, time and place of the public hearing; and (3) at the public hearing the Board of City Commissioners will take public comment from any interested person. 

Following the public hearing, the Board of City Commissioners may grant the temporary homeless shelter permit if it finds that the applicant has met all requirements of Dickinson City Code regarding operating a temporary homeless shelter; the applicant appears to be a responsible and appropriate operator of a temporary homeless shelter; and granting such temporary homeless shelter permit is in the best interests of the public health, safety and general welfare. 

Prior to beginning operations as a temporary homeless shelter, each proposed temporary homeless shelter facility shall be inspected by the City’s building department and fire department, which shall verify whether the facility is in compliance with City Code.  Any violations of Code shall be required to be corrected prior to beginning operations as a temporary homeless shelter. 

If, at any time, a temporary homeless shelter facility is determined to be not in compliance with City Code, or with any other conditions of approval attached by the Board of City Commissioners, the City shall be entitled to: (1) require immediate compliance with City Code or other conditions of approval; or (2) revoke the temporary homeless shelter permit. 

The temporary homeless shelter coordinator shall provide a summary of the activities of the temporary homeless shelter at such times as may be required by the City. (Ord. 1526§ 1)

Article 21.40 Mobile Home Community License and Campground License

Sections:

21.40.010             Definitions

21.40.020             Mobile Home Community License and Recreational Vehicle Park License

21.40.030        Application for License and Renewal; Fees

21.40.050        Park and/or Campground Standards

21.40.060        Certification Label

21.40.070        Appeal

21.40.080        Diagram for Propane Placement

21.40.010. Definitions

In this article, unless the context or subject matter otherwise requires:

A.   “Mobile home” means a structure meeting the definition of mobile home or Class A Mobile Home under Section 39.02.016(M) of this Code.

B.    “Mobile home lot” means a designated parcel of land, as depicted on a park map or description maintained by the licensee, in a mobile home community designated for the accommodation of one mobile home and its accessory equipment, for exclusive use of the occupants of the mobile home.

C.    “Mobile home community” means a mobile home community, park, or plot of ground under single ownership or management which has been planned and improved for the placement of mobile homes and meeting the definition of a mobile home park under Section 39.02.016(M) of this Code.

D.   “Recreational vehicle” means a vehicular unit primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or travel use, which wither has its own motive power or is mounted on or drawn by another vehicle. The basic entities are travel trailer, camping trailer, truck camper, and motor home.

E.    “Campground” means any parcel of land containing three or more lots intended for occupancy by travel trailers or tents.

F.    “Recreational vehicle lot” means a plot of ground within a recreational vehicle park intended for the accommodation of a recreational vehicle, tent, or other individual camping unit on a temporary basis as depicted on a park map or description maintained by the licensee.

G. ”Carport” means a roofed structure, attached or detached, for protection of a vehicle or vehicles, which, if attached to the mobile home is open on at least two sides and, if detached, is open on two or more sides except for necessary roof supports.

H.   “Service building” means a structure housing shower, bath, toilet, lavatory, and such other facilities as may be required by the North Dakota state plumbing code.

 I.    “Tent” means a collapsible shelter of canvas or other fabric stretched and sustained by poles and used for camping outdoors.

J.     “Temporary” for the application of this Article shall mean a continuous period of time of up to 270 days.

K.        “All-Weather rated” shall mean a recreational vehicle that has a manufacturers installed enclosed and heated underbelly and is rated down to zero degrees for safe use in applicable weather and temperatures.   (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

21.40.020. Mobile home community license and recreational vehicle park license.

A.  It is unlawful for any person to maintain or operate a mobile home community or campground without a valid license issued annually by the Building Official in the name of such person. All applications for licenses must be made to the Building Official and a license issued upon compliance by the applicant with provisions of this chapter.

B.  Every person holding a license shall give notice in writing to the Building Official within 30 days after having sold, transferred, given away or otherwise disposed of interest in or control of any mobile home community or campground. The notice shall include the name and address of the person succeeding to the ownership or control. (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

21.40.030. Application for license and renewal; fees.
Application for a license for a mobile home community and/or campground must be filed with the Building Official. The application shall contain the following:

A.  Name and address of the applicant and the annual fee.

B.  The location and legal description of the mobile home community and/or campground showing all the mobile home lots, recreational vehicle lots, structures, roads and other service facilities.

C.  The annual fee for mobile home parks and recreational vehicle parks shall be set by resolution of the board of city commissioners.

D.   Any additional supporting documentation requested by the Building Official to document   

       compliance with this article.

Applications for renewal of licenses must be made on forms issued by the Building Official and must be accompanied by the required fee and contain any change in the information submitted since the original license was issued or the latest renewal granted. (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

21.40.040. Term of license.

Every license issued under the provisions of this chapter is valid for the period of January 1st of each year through December 31 of that year. Licenses must be posted in the office or on the premises of the mobile home community at all times. Any license issued after January 1st of any year shall be valid only until the following December 31st. (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

21.40.050. Park and/or campground standards.

In addition to the standards located in Chapter 39 of the Dickinson Municipal Code, each licensee shall comply with the following:

A.  The limits of each lot must be marked or clearly defined on the ground. The lot limits must be the same as shown on accepted plans. All lots must be placed in compliance with applicable floodplain requirements.

B.  A mobile home lot must be improved to provide adequate support for placement. The lot may not heave, shift or settle unevenly under the weight of the mobile home due to inadequate drainage. The lot must be graded to provide drainage away from the mobile home. Permanent foundations shall comply with the requirements of the city building code.

C. Street Standards: Streets in mobile home parks shall be maintained as follows:

1. For any mobile home parks created or expanded after the date of this ordinance all streets shall be paved, such paved streets must meet standards otherwise required in the Dickinson Municipal Code and approved by the City Engineer. 

2. For any streets existing in mobile home parks as of the date of enactment of this ordinance, streets that are currently paved must be maintained in good condition and unpaved streets must be constructed or repaired so as to maintain or provide a hard surface adequate to support imposed loads of at least 75,000 in all weather conditions by the licensee within 12 months of the date of enactment of this ordinance.

   3. Subsequent to the 12 month period provided for compliance under subsection 2, licensees shall maintain all streets as otherwise required by this section and shall repair any street deficiencies within a reasonable time after discovery.

D.  The connection of water, fuel, sanitary sewer and electrical service must be under the supervision of the mobile home community or campground owner or operator or a qualified representative of the utility company supplying fuel or electrical service. A mobile home may not be occupied before an inspection is conducted by the building official of the following items, as applicable, to insure ordinance compliance:

1.  Water and sanitary sewer connections;

2.  The electrical service conductors;

3.  The placement of the home to insure sideyard and setback requirements;

4.  A gas line test conducted by the owner or seller of the mobile home unit and certified by the building official;

5.  Heating appliances for transportation damages;

6.  Blocking to approved standards;

7.  The home is secured by approved tie-downs.

E.  Electrical service for each new or altered mobile home or recreational vehicle lot, as applicable, must comply with North Dakota State Electrical Code. Each existing lot must be provided with an electrical service of adequate size to serve the load.

F.  Fuel supply.

1.    Gas equipment and installation within a mobile home community and/or campground must be designed and constructed in accordance with the provisions of the city or state code. Each lot must be provided with an accessible, listed gas shutoff valve. The valve may not be located under the mobile home. The connector between the gas supply line and the mobile home must be an approved listed flexible mobile home connector of sufficient capacity to supply gas to the connected load.

2.  Fuel oil equipment and supply must be designed and installed in accordance with the International Fire Code, as adopted by the city.

3.    Propane Use and Placement shall be in compliance with the Fire and Building Code adopted by the City.  A diagram describing set-back requirements is included under Section 21.040.080.

G.  A mobile home community must be provided with an adequate supply of potable water complying with the state health department standards for drinking and domestic use.

H.  Each mobile home lot must be provided with sanitary sewer and water connections. Such plumbing facilities shall conform to the North Dakota State Plumbing Code, as adopted by the City.

I.  Any buildings housing toilet rooms and/or laundry facilities must be a permanent structure. The interior surfaces must be moisture resistant and readily cleanable. Such structures shall meet the requirements of the city building code, and North Dakota Century Code Ch. 23-10.

J.  Accessory buildings.

1.  Accessory buildings and carports must be of standard construction and shall meet the requirements of the city building code. An attached entryway may not obstruct any required exit from the mobile home. No more than one entryway is allowed for each mobile home.

2.  Individual storm shelters are permitted provided they meet the requirements of the city building code and the consent of the Building Official has been obtained. Such shelters may not be included in lot coverage requirements of the zoning ordinances or be counted as an accessory building to the mobile home lot.

3.     A mobile home park or community owner shall submit an Emergency Management Plan to the Building Official, and make such plan available to all residents of the mobile home community.

4.    Accessory structures must be attached to proper foundations. Exceptions to foundations may be granted by the building official provided the methods used shall render them rodent proof and resistant to wind damage.

5.  Accessory buildings may not be constructed without building permits.

6.  Accessory storage or utility structures shall comply with setback and sideyard requirements of the zoning ordinances.

K.        Occupant and Pet Lists

1.         Occupancy record. The owner or manager of a mobile home park and/or campground shall maintain a current record of the names of the occupants of the park or campground.

2.         Pet record. The owner or manager of a mobile home park and/or campground shall maintain a current record of the names of the occupants of the park or campground that maintain pets, and the number and type of pets present.

L.         Temporary and Tie Down requirements for Recreational Vehicles:

The licensee shall require any recreational vehicle present in a mobile home and/or campground to be secured to the ground or tied down if such vehicle remains in the park or campground for a period meeting or exceeding 30 days.  The licensee shall not permit a recreational vehicle to remain in the park or campground for a continuous period exceeding 270 days.  The licensee shall certify that any recreational vehicle present in the park or campground between the months of December through February shall be All-Weather rated.   The licensee shall retain a list of occupant compliance with this section. (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

21.40.060. Certification label.

Each mobile home shall be affixed with a permanent label certifying that the mobile home complies with the requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is constructed in conformance with the federal mobile home construction and safety standards. Licensee to retain a list of occupant compliance with this section.   (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

21.40.070. Appeal

Any licensee aggrieved by a determination of City staff relating to compliance with this section may appeal such determination in accordance with Appeals shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements of Article 21.04 of the City Code.  (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

21.040.080. Diagram for Propane Placement

( Diagram to be added). .  (Ord. No. 1661§ 1)

Article 21.50 Campground License

Sections:

21.50.010             Definitions

21.50.020             Campground License

21.50.030        Application for License and Renewal; Fees

21.50.050        Campground Standards

21.50.060        Appeal

21.60.070        Diagram for Propane Placement

21.50.010. Definitions.
In this article, unless the context or subject matter otherwise requires:

A.   “All-Weather rated” shall mean a recreational vehicle that has a manufacturers installed enclosed and heated underbelly and is rated down to zero degrees for safe use in applicable weather and temperatures.

B.    “Campground” means any parcel of land containing three or more lots intended for occupancy by recreational vehicles, travel trailers or tents.

C.    “Campground lot” means a plot of ground that is a minimum of 1500 square feet, within a campground intended for the accommodation of a recreational vehicle, tent, or other individual camping unit on a temporary basis as depicted on a park map or description maintained by the licensee.

D.   “Recreational vehicle” means a vehicular unit primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or travel use, which has its own motive power or is mounted on or drawn by another vehicle. The basic entities includes a travel trailer, camping trailer, truck camper, and motor home.

E.    “Service building” means a structure housing shower, bath, toilet, lavatory, and such other facilities as may be required by the North Dakota state plumbing code.

F.    “Temporary” for the application of this Article shall mean a continuous period of time of up to 270 days, with a minimum of 30 days absence before another continuous period shall start.

 G.  “Tent” means a collapsible shelter of canvas or other fabric stretched and sustained by poles and used for camping outdoors.  (Ord. No. 1665 § 1)

 21.50.020. Campground license.

A.   It is unlawful for any person to maintain or operate a campground without a valid license

issued annually by the City in the name of such person. All applications for licenses must be

made to the Building Official and a license issued upon compliance by the applicant with

provisions of this chapter.

B.   Every person holding a license shall give notice in writing to the Building Official within 30 days after having sold, transferred, given away or otherwise disposed of interest in or control of any campground. The notice shall include the name and address of the person succeeding to the ownership or control.  (Ord. No. 1665 § 1)

21.50.030. Application for license and renewal; fees

Application for a license for a campground must be filed with the Building Official. The application shall contain the following:

A.  Name and address of the applicant and the annual fee.

B.   The location and legal description of the campground showing all of the campground lots, structures, roads and other service buildings located on the property.

C.    The annual fee for campgrounds shall be set by resolution of the board of city commissioners.

D.    Any additional supporting documentation requested by the Building Official to document   
   compliance with this article.

Applications for renewal of licenses must be made on forms issued by the Building Official and must be accompanied by the required fee and contain any change in the information submitted since the original license was issued or the latest renewal granted.   (Ord. No. 1665 § 1)

21.50.040. Term of license.
Every license issued under the provisions of this chapter is valid for the period of January 1st of each year through December 31 of that year. Licenses must be posted in the office or on the premises of the campground at all times. Any license issued after January 1st of any year shall be valid only until the following December 31st.   (Ord. No. 1665 § 1)

21.50.050.  Campground standards.
In addition to the standards located in the Dickinson Municipal Code, including Chapter 39, each licensee shall comply with the following standards as applicable to a Campground:

A.   Lot Limits. The limits of each campground lot must be marked or clearly defined. The lot limits must be the same as shown on accepted plans, and be in compliance with applicable municipal, state, and federal requirements. A 10 foot separation must exist between any recreational vehicle or tent.

B.    Campground Street Standards: Streets in campgrounds shall be maintained as follows:

1. For any campgrounds created or expanded after the date of this ordinance, all streets shall be paved, such paved streets must meet standards otherwise required in the Dickinson Municipal Code and approved by the City Engineer. 

2. For any campgrounds existing as of the date of enactment of this ordinance, streets that are currently paved must be maintained in good condition and unpaved streets must be constructed or repaired so as to maintain or provide a hard surface adequate to support imposed loads of at least 75,000 in all weather conditions by the licensee within 12 months of the date of enactment of this ordinance.

  3. Subsequent to the 12 month period provided for compliance under subsection 2, licensees shall maintain all streets as otherwise required by this section and shall repair any street deficiencies within a reasonable time after discovery.

C.    Water, fuel, sanitary sewer, and electrical connections. The connection of any water, fuel, sanitary sewer and electrical service must be under the supervision of the campground owner or operator or a qualified representative of the utility company supplying fuel or electrical service, and must comply with municipal, state, and federal requirements.

D.  Propane supply. 

  1.   In addition to a manufacturer installed or permitted propane tank on a recreation    

        vehicle occupying a campground lot is subject to the following requirements: 1    

        additional external propane tank not to exceed 120 gallons is permitted on a

        campground lot.

  2.  Any Propane Use and Placement shall be in compliance with the Fire and Building  

        Code adopted by the City.  A diagram describing set-back requirements is included

         under Section 21.050.070.

E.   A campground must be provided with an adequate supply of potable water complying

         with the state health department standards for drinking and domestic use in accordance                  with North Dakota Century Code section 23-10-07.

F.      Any Service Building located in the Campground must meet the requirements of the   City Code, and North Dakota Century Code section 23-10-07.

G.  Emergency Management Plan.  A campground owner shall submit an Emergency Management Plan to the Building Official, and make such plan available to all occupants  of the campground.

H.    A Campground owner or manager shall not permit the construction or installation of    accessory buildings, structures, or other non-manufacturer installed accessory structures attached to recreational vehicles on Campground lots by occupants.

I.      Occupancy record. The owner or manager of a Campground shall maintain a current record of the names of the occupants in accordance with North Dakota Century Code section 23-10-09.

  1. The owner or manager of a campground shall not permit a recreational vehicle to remain in the park or campground for a continuous period exceeding 270 days.  The owner or manager of a campground shall certify that any recreational vehicle present in the campground between the months of December through February shall be All-Weather rated.   The owner or manager shall retain a list of occupant compliance with this section.  (Ord. No. 1665 § 1)

21.50.060. Appeal.

Any licensee aggrieved by a determination of the Building Official relating to compliance with this section may appeal such determination to the Building Board of Appeals within 20 days of the date the licensee was notified by the Building Official of the non-compliance.   (Ord. No. 1665 § 1)

21.050.070. Diagram for Propane Placement.

( Diagram to be added). (Ord. No. 1665 § 1)

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