The provisions of this Part 1 comprise the standards to which all mobile home parks within the Township and the park management thereof shall comply, as well as with the rules and regulations and policies or laws administered by any agency or subdivision in this state having legal jurisdiction.
No work on the construction or expansion of a mobile home park shall be undertaken unless approval of the facilities as required by this Part 1 or any other ordinance of the Township of Pittsgrove relating to mobile home parks shall have been granted by the appropriate approving agency, board or official.
The park management shall submit an application, on a form provided by the Pittsgrove Township Department of Health, to said Department for approval of plans and specifications for new mobile home parks or for modifications, alterations or extensions to existing mobile home parks pertinent to water supply, storm drainage and sewerage facilities, which application shall show, at a minimum, the following:
Plans and specifications prepared by a professional engineer licensed to practice in New Jersey and bearing his seal and signature shall accompany the applications at the time of their submission to the local Department of Health.
Such plans and specifications shall show the general layout and design of the mobile home park or the modifications, alterations or extensions thereto, together with provisions for water supply, storm drainage and sewerage facilities.
Plans and specifications submitted to the local Department of Health pertinent to water supply, storm drainage and sewerage facilities for new mobile home parks or for modifications, alterations or extensions to water supply, storm drainage and sewerage facilities of existing mobile home parks shall be accompanied by a resolution adopted by the Planning Board of the Township of Pittsgrove indicating that it has no objection to the proposed works.
[Amended 9-13-2005 by Ord. No. 9-2005]
In cases where subsurface sewerage disposal facilities are employed or a separate sewerage treatment plant is provided, there shall be submitted by the park management a written statement indicating intent to abandon such facilities, if and when a public sanitary sewer becomes available within 100 feet of the boundary of the mobile home park.
For the purpose of this Part 1, the terms listed below shall be defined and interpreted as follows:
- MOBILE HOME
- A manufactured, transportable year-round single-family dwelling built on one or more chassis and containing a flush toilet, bath or shower and a kitchen sink, designed to be connected to a piped water supply, sewerage facilities and electrical service.
- MOBILE HOME LOT
- A parcel of land designed to accommodate a mobile home, and includes the mobile home stand and the mobile home yard.
- MOBILE HOME PARK
- A parcel of land which has been so designated and improved that it contains two or more mobile home lots available to the general public for the placement thereon of mobile homes for occupancy.
- MOBILE HOME STAND
- That part of a mobile home lot which has been reserved exclusively for the placement of a mobile home.
- MOBILE HOME YARD
- That part of the mobile home lot excluding the mobile home stand.
- PARK MANAGEMENT
- The owner or his designated agents being administrative officers of the mobile home park.
- Includes corporations, companies, associations, societies, firms, partnerships and joint-stock companies, as well as individuals.
- PUBLIC POTABLE WATER SUPPLY
- A municipally or privately owned water supply, approved by the New Jersey State Department of Health, under the provisions of Article 1, Chapter 10 of Title 58 and Article I, Chapter 11 of Title 58 of the Revised Statutes, which is distributed to consumers through a public water supply system.
- PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM
- A municipally or privately owned system comprising structures which operating alone or with other structures result in the derivation, conveyance (or transmission) or distribution of water for potable or domestic purposes to consumers in 20 or more dwellings or properties; this definition does not include a public water treatment plant.
- Garbage, combustible and/or noncombustible waste solids.
- SANITARY SEWAGE
- Any liquid waste containing animal or vegetable matter in suspension or solution, or the water-carried wastes resulting from the discharge of water closets, laundry tubs, washing machines, sinks, dishwashers or any other source of water-carried waste of human origin or containing putrescible material.
- SEMIPUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM
- A water supply system from which water is supplied for potable or domestic purposes to consumers in more than one but less than 20 dwellings or properties or from which water from other than a public potable water supply as defined in these standards is used or made available for potable or domestic purposes to employees, tenants, members, guests or the public at large in commercial offices, industrial, multiple dwellings or semipublic buildings, such as rooming and boarding houses, hotels, motels, tourist cabins, mobile home parks, restaurants, camps of all types, day and boarding schools, clubhouses, hospitals and other institutions, or is used in connection with the manufacture or handling of ice, dairy products, food or drinks.
- SEWER CONNECTION
- The connector consisting of all pipes, joints, fittings and appurtenances from the drain outlet of the mobile home to the inlet of the building sewer.
- Any person who rents or leases a mobile home lot from the park management.
- WATER CONNECTION
- The connection consisting of all pipes, fittings and appurtenances from the water riser to the water inlet of the distribution system of the mobile home.
- WATER SERVICE PIPE
- The pipe conveying water from a water main to the water riser on a mobile home lot or to the water distributing system of a building.