My park is located in a township with a (mostly) well intentioned but extremely zealous zoning officer.
Our park was built in the 1950s and as such many of the lots are too small to fit decent sized homes, and it would make more sense to turn some of the homes sideways and lay them over 2-3 lots.
Meanwhile, the zoning officer recently informed me that turning a home sideways over multiple lots requires the number of permitted sites in the park to be officially reduced. Then, changing the number of permitted sites triggers a plan review with the state, subjecting the park to: utility system testing, architectural drawings, etc.
I'm guessing this issue is ultimately going to be settled by attorneys (we've already hired an attorney once to get them to back down) at a potentially several thousand dollar bill to me, but I was curious if any park owners had ever heard of such a requirement.