Building Code Ordinance

VIOLATIONS:

UNLAWFUL ACTS: It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or
corporation to erect, construct, alter, extend, repair, remove,
demolish or occupy any building, structure or equipment regulated by
BOCA Code, or cause same to be done, in conflict with or in violation
of any of the provisions of BOCA.

VIOLATION PENALTIES: Any person who shall violate a provision of BOCA
or shall fail to comply with any of the requirements thereof or who
shall erect, construct, alter or repair a building or structure in
violation of an approved plan or directive of the code official, or of
a permit or certificate issued under the provisions of this code,
shall be guilty of a nuisance, punishable by a fine of not more than
$2500.00. Each day that a violation continues after due notice has
been served shall be deemed a separate offence.

UNLAWFUL CONTINUANCE: Any person who shall continue any work in or
about the structure after having been served with a stop work order,
except such work as that person is directed to perform to remove a
violation or unsafe condition, shall be liable to a fine of not more
than $2500.00.

TRAILER ORDINANCE

Each owner of a mobile home shall be required to apply for and obtain
from the Building Inspector a building permit to locate singly on a
plot of ground, the area of which shall be the same as required for
residential buildings. Said permit to require, but shall not be
limited to the following:

Name of Owner Address of Single Plot Make, Model and year of the
mobile home Evidence that the mobile home meets the requirements of
the National Underwriters Association

Permanent additions, foundations or rooms added to any mobile home
shall require a building permit.

All mobile homes shall enclose a minimum living space of 750 square
feet.

All other standards of the BOCA shall apply.

MOBILE HOME PARK DEVELPOMENT REQUIREMENTS

Maine Planning & Land Use Laws as amended.

Sec. 5 SIZE OF LOT: Building shall be constructed only upon lots of
20,000 square feet or more, excluding lots recorded with the Register
of Deeds prior to March 1, 1976, with a frontage facing any street or
body of water not less than 100 feet.

Duplex housing may be built up 20,000 square foot lots if on town
sewer or 40,000 square foot lots if on private septic systems.

If existing building burns it may be repaired or rebuilt even though
the lot does not meet minimum State and Local specifications.

SET BACK: No building or mobile home shall be placed on a lot unless
it is set back 25 feet from the edge of the street, accepted town
road, privately-owned road or unless there is a common line
established by existing buildings. No building or mobile home shall be
placed on a lot unless it is 20 feet from an adjoining lot line, but a
single-story garage may be placed 10 feet from the lot line.

Sec. 6 MINIMUM FLOOR AREA: No dwelling house shall be constructed that
will enclose an area of less than 600 square feet of living space on
the ground floor. Every dwelling unit shall have at least one room
which shall have not less than 150 square feet of floor area. Other
habitable rooms except kitchens shall have an area of not less than70
square feet and be not less than 7ft. in any dimension.

TRAILER ORDINANCE: Each owner of a mobile home shall be required to
apply for and obtain from the Building Inspector a building permit to
locate singly on a plot of ground. All mobile homes shall enclose a
minimum living space of 750 square feet.

Passed at Town Meeting which was held on October 13, 1994