Additional things I’ve learned George:
1 - City code officers, fire inspectors AND even city attorneys may all try to overreach and play games. They may ask questions they have no right to get an answer to. They likely do NOT know the law as it applies to mobile home parks (the ones here didn’t).
2 - Do not become ridden with anxiety - that will not help. You will win this fight if it’s coming but unfortunately you will probably have to get a bit dusty (or your lawyer will) before a city will back off if they have ignorant people who are misinformed and think they can shut down a clean running park.
3 - Be very very nice until that doesn’t work and then get very, very nasty and aggressive - through your lawyer of course.
4 - Document EVERYTHING. Send all communications through email - let the idiots build themselves a paper trail of stupid comments and questions to hang themselves with. If Florida is a one party consent state WRT recording - ALWAYS “wear a wire” aka a recording device when you speak with gov’t.
5 - Buy a bunch of battery powered Arlo Pro 2 and Arlo Go motion detecting video cameras NOW and pepper the park with them. Be sure to post the “video recording” signs and don’t violate privacy laws. The cameras are there only for your use of course to look for vandalism etc. IF THOSE CAMERAS HAPPEN TO CATCH NOSY INSPECTORS HOUNDING YOUR RESIDENTS OR YOU OVER AND OVER - SO BE IT.
Use video clips and timelines of communications with city officials to build a nasty picture of their behavior to use as a weapon if you have to later.
But really - just follow your lawyer’s advice.