[CC 1983 App. B Art. XII §1; Ord. No. 379.5, 5-18-1970]
The lawful use of a building existing at the time of the adoption of this Chapter (May 18, 1970) or an amendment hereto may be continued even though such use does not conform with the provisions hereof. If no structural alterations are made, a non-conforming use of a building may be changed to another non-conforming use of the same or more restricted classifications. The foregoing provisions shall also apply to non-conforming uses in districts as may be hereafter changed. Whenever a non-conforming use of a building has been changed to a more restricted use or to a conforming use, such use shall not thereafter be changed to a less restricted use.
[CC 1983 App. B Art. XII §2; Ord. No. 379.5, 5-18-1970]
No non-conforming building which has been damaged by fire, explosion, act of God, or the public enemy to the extent of more than sixty percent (60%) of its reproduction value may be repaired or reconstructed for the use as before the time of damage.
[CC 1983 App. B Art. XII §3; Ord. No. 379.5, 5-18-1970]
In the event that a non-conforming use of any building or premises is discontinued or its normal operation stopped for a period of one (1) year, the use of the same shall thereafter conform to the regulations of the district in which it is located.
[Ord. No. 807 §4, 5-5-1997; Ord. No. 918 §1, 11-3-2003]
All legal existing occupied mobile and/or manufactured homes located in the City shall be permitted to remain in place so long as occupied so as not to violate nuisance and safety ordinances. No mobile or manufactured home may be replaced unless such home is located in an "R-5" zoning district and then only if such replacement unit conforms with the requirements of the "R-5" zoning district. Any existing mobile and/or manufactured home located in any zoning district other than an "R-5" zoning district shall be removed when unoccupied for a period in excess of twelve (12) months.
[Ord. No. 807 §4, 5-5-1997]
In the event of destruction of an existing single family residence by accident or act of God, it shall be permitted to have a mobile and/or manufactured home placed on site where there is sufficient room to accommodate the mobile and/or manufactured home and still permit safe reconstruction of the single family dwelling. Such a mobile and/or manufactured home shall not be required to conform to the site, placement, width, setback or consistency with neighborhood requirements of Article VII of this Chapter, but shall be permitted only so long as good faith efforts are underway to complete reconstruction of the original dwelling, not to exceed twelve (12) months, at which time the mobile and/or manufactured home shall be removed.