Section 4781.32 | Permit for developing in flood plain.
(A) No person shall cause development to occur or cause the replacement of a mobile or manufactured home within any portion of a manufactured home park that is located within a one-hundred-year flood plain unless the person first obtains a permit from the manufactured homes commission. If the development for which a permit is required under this division is to occur on a lot where a mobile or manufactured home is or is to be located, the owner of the home and the operator of the manufactured home park shall jointly obtain the permit. Each of the persons to whom a permit is jointly issued is responsible for compliance with the provisions of the approved permit that are applicable to that person.
The commission shall disapprove an application for a permit required under this division unless the commission finds that the proposed development or replacement of a mobile or manufactured home complies with the rules adopted under section 4781.26 of the Revised Code. No permit is required under this division for the construction, erection, or manufacture of any building to which section 3781.06 of the Revised Code applies.
The commission may suspend or revoke a permit issued under this division for failure to comply with the rules adopted under section 4781.26 of the Revised Code pertaining to flood plain management or for failure to comply with the approved permit.
Any person aggrieved by the disapproval, suspension, or revocation of a permit under this division by the commission may request a hearing on the matter within thirty days after receipt of the notice of the disapproval, suspension, or revocation. The hearing shall be held in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code. Thereafter, an appeal of the disapproval, suspension, or revocation may be taken in the manner provided in section 119.12 of the Revised Code.
(B) The commission shall establish fees for the issuance of permits under division (A) of this section and for necessary inspections conducted to determine compliance with those permits.
(C) The commission shall charge the appropriate fee established under division (B) of this section for the issuance of a permit under division (A) of this section or for conducting any necessary inspection to determine compliance with the permit. If the commission issues such a permit or conducts such an inspection, the fee for the permit or inspection shall be transmitted to the treasurer of state and shall be credited to the occupational licensing and regulatory fund created in section 4743.05 of the Revised Code. Moneys so credited to the fund shall be used only for the purpose of administering and enforcing sections 4781.26 to 4781.35 of the Revised Code and rules adopted under those sections.