Regulations Proposed for Manufactured Home Communities in Tennessee

Representatives from Clayton International Homes in Middlesboro, Kentucky and members of the Claiborne Planning Commission (CPC) in Clairborne County, Tennessee discussed new regulations governing manufactured homes being sited by their owners on privately-owned land. CPC Chairman Jerry Brooks wants to make sure roads in the developments are adequate for emergency vehicles, as tells Clayton’s Eddie Venable said, “The federal government says that I can use vinyl skirting. And, you have on here that you want to use a fire-retardant that would probably cost (the manufacturers) $2,500 versus $800. Guess who pays for that.” While Brooks said there are no state laws regulating the number of homes that can be sited on private property, Clayton’s Gary Estes said in some places there are municipal development codes being applied to single homes on privately-owned land. ##

(Photo credit: Owen Baker/–Oak Ridge MHC)

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