The Grove, Oklahoma City Council adopted a manufactured home (MH) ordinance including revised definitions for manufactured homes, non-conforming residential manufactured home communities and residential manufactured home communities. The ordinance says where an MH can be sited and what standards an MH must meet in order to be placed in Grove, according to gandlakenews.com. Debbie Botteroff, assistant city manager, says the revised ordinance complies with recommendations by the Oklahoma Manufactured Housing Authority, the Oklahoma Used Motor Vehicles and Parts commission – Manufactured Home Installers and the Oklahoma Statutes, as MHProNews.com has been informed. The regulation also requires that a manufactured home being removed and replaced from an existing location in a district other than a RMH (Residential Manufactured Home district) or Non-Conforming Manufactured Home Community, must have been lived in, with utilities attached, within the last five years.
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