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March 6, 2012

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The Conditional Permit shall not serve as an Occupancy Permit but will enable the lot owner to begin placement of the mobile home on the lot.

ii. A Final Occupancy Permit shall be issued for the mobile home in question upon satisfaction of the following conditions:

1) The installation of a cement or cement block enclosed foundation upon which the mobile home rests.

2) Proper anchorage and tie down of the unit to the foundation.

3) Inspection by the Building Inspector, Road Agent, Health Officer, and Fire Chief to ensure proper construction and installation of the foundation, septic disposal system, plumbing and electrical wiring. In the event a Final Occupancy Permit is not obtained prior to the expiration of the ninety (90) day Conditional Permit, the Selectmen may, any time thereafter, upon thirty (30) days, have a written notice sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the holder of the Conditional Permit, commence action in Rockingham County Superior Court to remove said mobile home from said lot. (Added March 1984)"

To: "d. Before placement of a mobile home on a lot, the lot owner must obtain a Conditional Permit from the Building Inspector. The Conditional Permit shall not serve as an Occupancy Permit but will enable the lot owner to begin placement of the mobile home on the lot. A Conditional ninety (90) day temporary permit shall be issued upon:

1) Delivery to the Building Inspector of an approved (by the NH Water Supply and Pollution Control Division) septic system design.

2) A certification by the manufacturer that the mobile home is either BOCA certified or meets or exceeds the federal standards issued for mobile home construction issued under and pursuant to 24 CFR 201.520, not earlier than twelve (12) months prior to the date such a temporary permit is issued.

e. An Occupancy Permit must be obtained prior to the expiration of the ninety (90) day Conditional Permit. In the event an Occupancy Permit is not obtained prior to the expiration of the ninety (90) day Conditional Permit, the Selectmen may, any time thereafter, upon thirty (30) days, have a written notice sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the holder of the Conditional Permit, commence action in Rockingham County Superior Court to remove said mobile home from said lot. (Added March 1984) An Occupancy Permit shall be issued for the mobile home in question upon satisfaction of the following conditions:

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