Recently I posed City changing rules and Frank responded his thoughts and recommended to seek a municipal attorney to speak with the city attorney to try and straighten things up.I have the park under contract with a large earnest money down and just spent 2 days at the park and town doing some due dillegence. I am supposed to close 26th of this month. Today is Sunday and I will seek representation Monday.For your thoughts and opinions this is what I gathered from the manager and city hall: Zoning ordinance
City of ****, TXAdopted March 19, 2007
Ordinance No. O-02-07
Updated may 10, 2013
Approved and Adopted By:
Letter received dated March 21, 2013 after a guy moved a single wide into the park and had it set up for 2 months ( a clean newer one at that from the pictures I saw)
To Whom it May concern,
Upon a recent inspection of the lots inside your mobile home
park, it was observed that an addition to your park in the form of another HUD
Manufactured Home is being placed at lot # 53.
This home appears to be a single wide home, which violates the Kaufman
Code of Ordinances, Section 21 defining the Mobile Home (MH) District
Regulations. As a courtesy, I have
enclosed a copy of this for your review.
While existing homes in your park are considered to be “grandfathered”
as pre-existing the inception of the pertinent ordinance, newly added homes are
required to comply with the ordinance.
Any homes replacing homes that were considered “grandfathered” and
removed, must be replaced with HUD manufactured homes that comply with the
Section 21.3 of the aforementioned Code outlines “Area
Regulations in Section 21.3E(1) which states: ”All units shall be at least
twenty-five fee(25’) wide (eg ‘double-wide’). As of the effective date of this
ordinance, all single wide units shall be deemed non-comforming and shall not
be brought into the City to occupy an existing vacant lot or to occupy a newly
The unit you have placed in lot #53 must be removed from the
park and from City of … city limits immediately.