Application of city or county comprehensive plans and land use regulations
- • placement of new or replacement manufactured dwelling
(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, city or county comprehensive plans and land use regulations that applied at the time the manufactured dwelling park or mobile home park was approved continue to apply to park land that is converted to a subdivision pursuant to ORS 92.830 (Definitions for ORS 92.830 to 92.845) to 92.845 (Relationship of subdivision in manufactured dwelling park or mobile home park to planned community statutes and series partition statutes) until the earlier of:
(a) The sale of all of the newly created lots in accordance with ORS 92.840 (Sale of subdivision lots) and the issuance of permits to allow the placement of a manufactured dwelling on each of those lots; or
(b) Ten years after conversion of the manufactured dwelling park or mobile home park to a subdivision.
(2) An original or replacement manufactured dwelling may be placed on a park space that has been converted to a subdivision lot under ORS 92.835 (Subdivision of manufactured dwelling park or mobile home park) if:
(a) The manufactured dwelling is constructed and installed in accordance with state and federal standards; and
(b) The owner of the lot has signed and recorded a waiver of the right of remonstrance, in a form approved by the city or county, for the formation of a local improvement district by a city or county. A local improvement district described in this paragraph must be for the construction of a capital improvement described in ORS 223.299 (Definitions for ORS 223.297 to 223.314) (1)(a)(A) to (C).
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2)(b) of this section, a waiver of the right of remonstrance may not be required of the owner of a lot in a manufactured dwelling park or mobile home park if the park was served for water, sewer and irrigation by a private utility company prior to an acquisition of that company by municipal condemnation commenced prior to January 1, 2003. [2003 c.474 §2]
Note: See note under 92.830 (Definitions for ORS 92.830 to 92.845).
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