A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT AMENDING THE ZONING LAWS TO LIMIT WHEN COUNTIES MAY RESTRICT THE PLACEMENT OF MANUFACTURED HOMES IN AREAS ZONED FOR SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USE.
Amends GS 153A-341.1, by deleting the provision that GS 160A-383.1 applies to counties, and provides the following instead. Prohibits a county from adopting or enforcing zoning regulations or other provisions which have the effect of excluding individual manufactured homes located on individual lots from any area zoned for single-family residential use, other than in a historic district where uniform aesthetic and design standards are imposed, or in any other area where the county has a compelling interest in preserving aesthetic and design standards. Defines manufactured home for purposes of the statutes. Includes a severability clause. Effective October 1, 2013, and applies to zoning permits and zoning decisions affecting manufactured homes issued on or after that date.
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