My park pre-dates the local city that has grown up around us here in Oklahoma. When I purchased the park my attorneys and the former owner, etc. all said I was ‘grandfathered-in’ and exempt from the town’s new zoning (and other) rules like having to have paved roads and larger lots (my newer competition that came into existence after the town was established has to conform to these rules).
The town has just passed a resolution requiring a $30 fee per new home brought into the park so they can inspect the home and look at the title. This is total BS, the town has nothing to do with the titling process (the DMV does that). Basically my local town just wants to steal $30 from me for each home I bring in.
So my question is, is it possible to fight this sort of theft? The City never told me about this resolution, never allowed me to provide input on it. If they have the right to charge $30 per home this year, what would keep the city from raising their theft amount to $3,000 per home next year?