We have campgrounds in Town. One is a Co-op where sites are "sold" on a 99 year lease. Until this past year, all additions to Park models have been vinyl. This past season an addition was "stick built". The building inspector refused inspections because the permit stated a name brand which indicated vinyl. (Dura-Built)[/B] The ZEO issued a cease and desist stating it does not meet the regulations because it is not a temporary......easy to disassemble...... zoning does not have a definition for temporary. The builder insists just because it is erected with nails and cleats it is not permanent, it is temporary as it can be disassembled and re erected at another site, just as the vinyl addition. There is not another stick built addition, the camper rules require a vinyl but the new owner of the campground stated it looks good I am fine with it. Is there some sort of definition or prior incidents that relate to this issue? This is a seasonal CAMPGROUND not a mobile home park.