I've been tasked with rewriting our current RV Ordinance. I've looked up a few others from around the area, but none come anywhere close to ours in terms of what we have allowed. I am quite new to the job, and honestly I've never seen anything like this.
Our current RV ordinance actually allows individuals to BUILD ON to their RV's in select areas. They can build a room addition, screened patio, etc. Essentially the only real requirement is a height limit, and that the RV retain the ability to be mobile (most really are not, something I need to begin code enforcement on).
There are limits in lot sizes, but most of the time the lots never met these requirements to begin with (grandfathered, almost ALL of them). Inevitably, someone comes in and wants to put an addition, patio, etc in, and cannot meet setbacks without spending thousands to move the trailer, so they apply for a variance which is almost always granted.
Does anyone have an ordinance like this? I think we are in the extreme minority in allowing these to be built on to. There is no way I can eliminate the ability to build on to them. We have 2 major "gated" communities that would raise too much of a fuss over it if I even looked at going that route. Just hoping someone has dealt with a similar issue!
Thanks for any help!