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It is unlawful for any person to construct a site-built home, to place a factory-assembled home or mobile home or erect an accessory building upon any lawfully designated lot within an approved zoning district without first obtaining a permit from the Building Inspector. The application for a placement permit for a factory-assembled home or mobile home constructed prior to June 15, 1976, shall be accompanied with proof that said factory-assembled home or mobile home has passed a life safety inspection, current within 30 days, by the State Department of Labor and Industries; provided, however, that this requirement for passing a safety inspection shall not be interpreted or applied in a manner that violates the prohibition in subsection 16(2) Chapter 327, Laws 1991 (adding a new section to Chapter 59.21 RCW), pertaining to factory-assembled homes or mobile homes that are relocated due to either the closure or conversion of a factory-assembled home or mobile home park. [Ord. 3731 § 28, 2005; Ord. 3300 § 4, 1998; Ord. 2860 § 1, 1992; Ord. 1862 § 8, 1977; Code 1970 § 19.12.015.]