This provision provides design standards for manufactured housing parks and subdivisions and, among other things, permits community gardens and greenhouses as an accessory use.
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This ordinance addresses standards for "manufactured housing parks and subdivisions." § 28-4-6.
See references to "health," and "general welfare" in the in section 28-1-5 regarding the purposes of the Zoning Ordinance. § 28-1-5.
See this wording in the in section 28-1-5 regarding the purposes of the Zoning Ordinance: "lessen congestion, protect from…accelerated erosion." § 28-1-5.
See reference to "sustainable economic development" in section 28-1-5 regarding the purposes of the Zoning Ordinance. § 28-1-5.
"It is the purpose of these regulations to provide suitable living environments in manufactured housing parks and subdivisions, to provide diversity in housing location, type, and tenure; and to insure the compatibility of such developments with other existing adjacent development." §28-4-6(a).
The Planning Board msut approve permits and applications. § 28-4-6(c)(2). The law describes the process for the application, permitting, and construction of homes. However, the implementation for community gardens, specifically, is not described. § 28-4-6.
Section 28-4-6 is located in Title IV - Zoning Code, Chapter 28 - Zoning Ordinance, Article 28-4 - Development Design Standards. History: Ord. No. 2833, § I, 7-11-11; Ord. No. 2963, § I, 7-11-16.