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TITLE XV: Land Usage

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Chapter

 

150.  BUILDING REGULATIONS

 

151.  FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION

 

152.  PROPERTY NUMBERING SYSTEM

 

153.  SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS

 

154.  ZONING CODE

 

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                                            CHAPTER 150: BUILDING REGULATIONS

 

 

Section

 

                                                                  General Provisions

 

150.01       Adoption of Kentucky Building Code; Standards of Safety

150.01A    Adoption of Kentucky Residential Code for One and Two Family Dwellings

150.02       Enforcement

150.03       Occupying roof of building prohibited; exception

150.04       Appeals

150.05       Fees

 

                                               BOCA Basic Property Maintenance Code

 

150.20       Application

150.21       Adoption by reference

150.22       Property Maintenance Code Appeals Board

150.23       Amendments; exclusions

150.24       Inclusion of other provisions

 

 

                                                     Local Property Maintenance Code

 

150.26       Definitions

150.27       Applicability

150.28       Duties and responsibilities of owners and operators

150.29       Administrative provisions and unfit buildings

150.30       Problem structures

 

                                                               National Electric Code

 

150.35       Definitions

150.36       Adoption by reference

150.37       Adoption of regulations

150.38       Electrical Inspector

150.39       Permit required

150.40       Fees

150.41       Inspection procedure and standards

150.42       Responsibility; liability

150.43       Request for temporary or construction power

150.44       Breaking seal of metering equipment for disconnecting conductor

150.45       Approval of location of service entrance

150.46       Electrical service connections; inspection and approval

150.47       Revocation of electrical contractor's license

 

150.99       Penalty

 

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                                                              GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

 

' 150.01 ADOPTION OF KENTUCKY BUILDING CODE; STANDARDS OF SAFETY.

 

(A)  The Kentucky Building Code, as promulgated in 815 KAR7:015 by the Board of Housing, Buildings and Construction of the Commonwealth of Kentucky; the Kentucky Plumbing Code, as contained in Chapter 20, Title 815 of the Kentucky Administrative Regulations; the Kentucky Standards of Safety, as contained in Chapter 10, Title 815 of the Kentucky Administrative Regulations, together with any amendments, are hereby adopted by reference as if fully set forth in this code of ordinances. Copies of the above codes and any amendments thereto shall be placed on file in the office of the City Clerk/Treasurer where they shall be available for public inspection during normal business hours.

 

(B)  Each of the codes adopted in division (A) above, including all penalty provisions thereof and including any amendments thereto, shall be in force throughout the city.

 

(C)  The application of the Kentucky Building Code is extended to every building or structure or appurtenances connected or attached to such buildings or structures within the city limits.

(Ord. 98‑22, passed 12‑22‑98)

Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.01A ADOPTION OF KENTUCKY RESIDENTIAL CODE FOR ONE AND TWO FAMILY DWELLINGS.

 

(A)  The city hereby adopts and incorporates by reference as if produced herein in full, the current Kentucky Residential Code for One and Two Family Dwellings, and all subsequent amendments thereto and regulations promulgated thereby, are hereby adopted by reference as if fully set forth in this code of ordinances. A copy of the code is on file in the office of the City Clerk.

 

(B)  The application of the Kentucky Residential Code for One and Two Family Dwellings shall be extended to every building or structure or appurtenances connected or attached to such buildings or structures within the city limits.

(Ord. 98‑21, passed 12‑22‑98; Am. Ord. 2006-04, passed 3-7-06) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.02 ENFORCEMENT.

 

(A)  The Kentucky Building Code adopted by reference in ' 150.01 shall be enforced by the Zoning Administrator/Building Inspector.

(Ord. 98‑22, passed 12‑22‑98)

 

(B)  The State Standards of Safety adopted by reference in ' 150.01 shall be enforced by the Fire Chief.

 

(C)  The Kentucky Plumbing Code adopted by reference in ' 150.01 shall be enforced by the

State Plumbing Official.

 

 

 

 

 

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(D)  The Kentucky Residential Code for One and Two Family Dwellings adopted by reference in ' 150.01A shall be enforced by the Zoning Administrator/Building Inspector.

(Ord. 98‑21, passed 12‑22‑98; Am. Ord. 2006-04, passed 3-7-06)

 

 

' 150.03 OCCUPYING ROOF OF BUILDING PROHIBITED; EXCEPTION.

 

(A)  No person shall occupy any roof of any building within the city unless that person:

 

(1)  Is the owner or lessee of the building;

 

(2)  Is a member of the immediate family of the owner or lessee;

 

(3)  Has the written permission to occupy it on his or her person, signed by the owner or lessee; or

 

(4)  Is performing some service for the owner or lessee, such as preparation of a bid for a job, repair of the roof, or installation of equipment.

 

(B)  The authority for this section is the police power of the city to protect the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens.

(Ord. 85‑7, passed 9‑3‑85) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.04 APPEALS.

 

Appeals from decisions made by the City Building Official under this chapter may be taken to the BOCA Property Maintenance Code Appeals Board.

Cross‑reference:

BOCA Appeals Board, see ' 150.22

 

 

' 150.05 FEES.

 

(A)  The fees for permits and inspections required by the Kentucky Residential Code for One and Two Family Dwellings, adopted by reference in ' 150.01A, shall be as provided for in the schedule on file in the office of the City Clerk.

(Ord. 98‑21, passed 12‑22‑98)

 

(B)  The fees for permits and inspections required by the Kentucky Building Code, adopted by reference in ' 150.01, shall be as provided for in the schedule on file in the office of the City Clerk.

(Ord. 98‑22, passed 12‑22‑98; Am. Ord. 2006-02, passed 3-7-06; Am. Ord. 2006-04, passed 3-7-06)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BOCA BASIC PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

 

' 150.20 APPLICATION.

 

This subchapter shall apply to every building, structure, or appurtenance connected or attached to such building or structure.

(Ord. 86‑10, passed 9‑2‑86)

 

 

' 150.21 ADOPTION BY REFERENCE.

 

The city hereby adopts and incorporates by reference as if produced herein in full, the BOCA Basic Property Maintenance Code, 1981 edition, as published by Building Officials and Code Administrators (BOCA) International, Inc., and all encumbrances thereto and regulations promulgated thereby except as specifically excluded by provisions herein. A copy of the Code is filed in the office of the City Clerk. The Code shall govern and control the housing standards and conditions that warrant finding of unfitness and unsafeness of all buildings and structures in the city.

(Ord. 86‑10, passed 9‑2‑86) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.22 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE APPEALS BOARD.

 

(A)  The Property Maintenance Code Appeals Board is hereby created and established pursuant to Section PM 110 of the BOCA Property Maintenance Code, 1981 edition, and the Board shall have all the authority, powers, duties, and obligations as set forth therein.

 

(B)  The Property Maintenance Code Appeals Board shall consist of five residents and electors of the city appointed by the Mayor included: one person skilled in real estate and property management for at least two years; one general contractor for at least three years; one registered architect or registered engineer or other professional person for at least three years; one citizen who is a renter for at least two years; and one citizen who is a homeowner for at least two years. An alternate member shall be appointed to serve one year in addition to the five members, who shall act with full power only when a member of the Board refuses to vote because of conflict of interest or when a member is absent. Thereafter all appointments shall be for two years.

 

(C)  The Mayor shall appoint one member to act as chairperson who will serve one year. Each member shall have been a resident of the city for at least one year prior to appointment. The renter member and homeowner member shall resign from the Board if their status as renter or homeowner is changed. Each member shall serve until his successor has been appointed.

(Ord. 86‑10, passed 9‑2‑86)

 

 

' 150.23 AMENDMENTS; EXCLUSIONS.

 

(A)  Restraining actions. Section PM 111.4 of the BOCA Basic Property Maintenance Code is amended to provide that appeals shall be permitted to the County Circuit Court within 30 days after service of the order described therein, so that the section shall henceforth read as follows:

 

"PM 111.4. Restraining actions. Anyone affected by any such order shall, within thirty (30) days after service of such order, apply to a court of record for an order restraining the code official from

 

 

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razing and removing such structure or parts thereof. The court shall determine whether the order of the code official is reasonable; and if found reasonable, the court shall dissolve the restraining order; and if found not reasonable, the court shall continue the restraining order or modify it as the circumstances may require."

 

(B)  Appeal of adverse action. The BOCA Basic Property Maintenance Code shall be amended by adding Section PM 110.4, which shall read as follows:

 

"Any person affected by an order which has been upheld in full or in part by the Property Maintenance Code Appeals Board may, within thirty (30) days after service of the order, petition the circuit court for an injunction or seek to have the order reviewed according to law."

 

(C)  Exclusion of specific provisions.

 

(1)  The following sections or portions of the BOCA Property Maintenance Code, 1981 edition, are hereby excluded for the purpose of this subchapter and are not adopted by the city:

 

(a)  PM 302.4.1 through PM 302.4.7, PM 303.3.1 and PM 303.4 and PM 303.7;

 

(b)  PM 303.8.2, PM 401.2, PM 402.1 through PM 402.5, PM 403.1 through PM 403.3;

 

(c)  PM 502.2 and PM 502.3, PM 601.4.1, PM 701.2, and first sentence;

 

(d)  PM 701.3 and PM 801.9.

 

(2)  Any future amendments of this Code which affect these particular sections shall also not be considered as adopted.

(Ord. 86‑10, passed 9‑2‑86)

 

 

' 150.24 INCLUSION OF OTHER PROVISIONS.

 

All other ordinances of the city which regulate the safety and sanitation of property within the city, including but not limited to Chapter 94 and an ordinance dated October 2, 1962 entitled "Use of Vacant Lots" are hereby incorporated into this subchapter. Any violations of these regulations shall be deemed to be a violation of this subchapter, and the penalty provisions of this subchapter shall apply. In the event there are conflicting provisions in these regulations, the more stringent shall control.

(Ord. 86‑10, passed 9‑2‑86)

 

 

LOCAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

 

' 150.26 DEFINITIONS.

 

For the purpose of this subsection, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning; all definitions of the BOCA Basis Building Code are hereby included by reference. The BOCA, or Building Officials Conference of America, Basic Building Code referred to is the latest edition published:

 

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DETERIORATION. The condition of a building or part thereof, characterized by holes, breaks, rot, crumbling, peeling, rusting or other evidence of physical decay or neglect, lack of maintenance or excessive use.

 

EXPOSED TO PUBLIC VIEW. Any premises, or any part thereof, of any building or any part thereof, which may be lawfully viewed by the public.

 

EXTERIOR OF THE PREMISES. Open space on the premises outside of any building thereon.

 

EXTERMINATION. The control and elimination of insects, rodents and vermin.

 

INFESTATION. The presence of insects, rodents, vermin or other pests on the premises which constitute a health hazard.

 

MIXED OCCUPANCY. Any building containing one or more dwelling units or rooming units and also having a portion thereof devoted to nondwelling uses or used as a hotel.

 

NUISANCE.

 

(1)  Any public nuisance as defined by statute or ordinance.

 

(2)  Any attractive nuisance which may prove detrimental to the health or safety of children whether in a building, on the premises of a building or upon an occupied lot. This includes, but is not limited to, abandoned wells, shafts, basements, excavations, abandoned iceboxes, refrigerators, motor vehicles, or any debris.

 

(3)  Physical conditions dangerous to human life or detrimental to health of persons on or near the premises where the conditions exist.

 

(4)  Overcrowding of a room with occupants in violation of this code.

 

(5)  Insufficient ventilation or illumination in violation of this code.

 

(6)  Inadequate or insanitary sewage or plumbing facilities in violation of this code.

 

(7)  Unsanitary conditions or anything dangerous to health.

 

(8)  Fire hazards.

 

OPERATOR. Any person who has charge, care or control of a dwelling or premises, or a part thereof, whether with or without the knowledge and consent of the owner.

 

OWNER. Any person who, along or jointly or severally with others, shall have legal or equitable title to any premises, with or without accompanying actual possession thereof; or shall have charge, care or control of any dwelling unit, as owner or as executor, executrix, administrator, administratrix, trustee, receiver or guardian of an estate, or as a mortgagee in possession regardless of how such possession was obtained. Any person who is a lessee subletting or reassigning any part or all of any dwelling or dwelling unit shall be deemed to be co‑owner with the lessor and shall have joint responsibility over the portion of the premises sublet or assigned by said lessee.

 

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PARTIES IN INTEREST. All individuals, associations and corporations who have interests of record in a building and any who are in actual possession thereof.

 

PREMISES. A lot, plot or parcel of land including the buildings or structures thereon.

 

PUBLIC AUTHORITY. Any officer who is in charge of any department or branch of the government of the municipality, county or state relating to health, fire, building regulations or to other activities concerning buildings in the municipality.

 

PUBLIC OFFICER. The city's designated officer or employee responsible for administration of this chapter.

(Ord. 94‑9, passed 10‑4‑94)

 

 

' 150.27 APPLICABILITY.

 

(A)  Every residential, nonresidential or mixed occupancy building to the land on which it is situated, used or intended to be used for dwelling, commercial, business or industrial occupancy shall comply with the provisions of this code, whether or not such building shall have been constructed, altered or repaired before or after the enactment of this code, and irrespective of any permits or licenses which shall have been issued for the use or occupancy of the building or premises for the construction or repair of the building, or for the installation or repair of equipment or facilities prior to the effective date of this code. This code shall also apply to mobile home parks.

 

(B)  Higher Standard to Prevail in Case of Conflict with other Laws or Ordinances. In any case where the provisions of this code impose a higher standard than set forth in any other local ordinances or under the laws of the state, then the standards as set forth herein shall prevail, but if the provisions of this code impose a lower standard than any other local ordinances or of the laws of the state, then the higher standard contained in any other ordinances or law shall prevail.

 

(C)  Enforcement of any Compliance with Other Ordinances. No license or permit or other certification of compliance with this code shall constitute a defense against any violation of any other local ordinance applicable to any structure or premises, nor shall any provision herein relieve any owner, operator or occupant from complying with any such other provision, nor any official of the city from enforcing any such other provision.

(Ord. 94‑9, passed 10‑4‑94)

 

 

' 150.28 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF OWNERS AND OPERATORS.

 

(A)  Maintenance of Exterior of Premises.

 

(1)  Free of hazards and unsanitary conditions. The exterior of the premises and all structures thereon shall be kept free of all nuisances and any hazards to the safety of the occupant, pedestrians and other persons utilizing the premises, and free of unsanitary conditions. Any of the foregoing shall be promptly removed and abated by the owner or operator. It shall be the duty of the owner or operator to keep the premises free of hazards which include but are not limited to the following:

 

(a)  Brush, weeds, broken glass, stumps, roots, obnoxious growths, filth,

 

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garbage, trash and debris.

 

(b)  Improper natural growth. Dead and dying trees and limbs or other natural growth which, by reason of rotting or deteriorating conditions or storm damage, constitute a hazard to person in the vicinity thereof.

 

(c)  Ground surface hazards or unsanitary conditions. Holes, excavations, breaks, projections, obstructions, icy conditions, hazardous uncleared snow or ice, and excretion of pets and other animals on paths, walks, driveway, parking lots and parking areas, and other parts of the premises which are accessible to the public.

 

(d)  Recurring accumulations of storm water. Adequate run‑off drains shall be provided and maintained to eliminate any recurrent or excessive accumulation of storm water.

 

(e)  Sources of infestation.

 

(f)   Improper foundation walls. Foundation walls shall be kept structurally sound, free from defects and damage and capable of bearing imposed loads safely.

 

(2)  Appearance of exterior of premises and structures. The exterior of the premises, the exterior of structures and the condition of accessory structures shall be maintained so that the appearance of the premises and structures shall not constitute a blighting factor for adjoining property.

 

(B)  General Maintenance. The exterior of every structure or accessory structure (including fences) shall be maintained in good repair. The same shall be maintained free of broken glass, loose shingles, crumbling stone or brick, excessive peeling paint or other condition reflective of deterioration or inadequate maintenance to the end that the property itself may be preserved, safety and fire hazards eliminated, and adjoining properties protected from blighting influences.

(Ord. 94‑9, passed 10‑4‑94)

 

 

' 150.29 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS AND UNFIT BUILDINGS.

 

(A)  Public Officer. All inspections, regulations, enforcement and hearings on violations of the provisions of this code, unless expressly stated to the contrary, shall be under the direction and supervision of the public officer. He may appoint or designate such other local public officers or employees to perform duties as may be necessary to the enforcement of this code, including the making of inspections and holding of hearings.

 

(B)  General Administrative Provisions, Unfit Buildings. Whenever a petition is filed with the public officer by a public authority charging that any building is unfit for human habitation or occupancy or whenever it appears to the public officer on his own motion that any building is unfit for human habitation, occupancy or use or that the continuing of any condition constitutes a nuisance in the meaning of this chapter or presents a condition harmful to the health and safety of the occupants of the building and the general public of the municipality, the public officer shall, if his preliminary investigation discloses a basis for such charges, issue and cause to be served upon the owner of and parties in interest in the building a complaint stating the charges and containing a notice that a hearing will be held before the public officer or his designated agent at a place therein fixed not less than ten (10) days nor more than thirty (30) days after the serving of the complaint; that the owner and parties in interest shall

 

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be given the right to file an answer to the complaint and to appear in person, to have an attorney and to give testimony at the place and time fixed in the complaint; and that the rules of evidence prevailing for administrative agencies shall be controlling in hearings before the public officer.

 

(C)  Result of Hearing. If, after such notice and hearing, the public officer determines that the charges filed involving the subject building are true in whole or in part, he shall state in writing his findings of fact in support of such determination and shall issue and cause to be served upon the owner thereof and parties in interest an order:

 

(1)  Requiring the repair, alteration or improvement of the building to be made by the owner, within a reasonable time, which time shall be set forth in the order, or at the option of the owner to vacate or have the said building vacated and closed within the time set forth in the order; or

 

(2)  If the building is in such a condition as to make it dangerous to the health and safety of persons on or near the premises, and the owner fails to repair, alter or improve the building within the time specified in the order, then the owner shall be required to remove or demolish the building within a reasonable time as specified in the order of removal.

 

(3)  The financial circumstances of any property owner who resides in a structure which is the subject of a hearing under this chapter shall be taken into consideration when determining a compliance schedule or other orders.

 

(D)  Right to Appeal. If, after such notice and hearing, the person or persons notified disagree with the decision of the public officer, then they shall have the right to appeal to the BOCA Board of Appeals within fourteen (14) days after notice of order to repair or demolish. The Board of Appeals may affirm, reverse or modify the decision of the public officer. Any person or persons who disagree with the decision of the Board of Appeals shall have the right of appeal to Logan Circuit Court, which must be filed within thirty (30) days from the date of decision of the Board of Appeals.

 

(E)  Failure to Comply. If the owner fails to comply with an order to repair, alter or improve, or, at the option of the owner, to vacate and close the building, the public officer may cause the building to be repaired, altered or improved, or to be vacated and closed; that the public officer may cause to be posted on the main entrance of any building so closed, a placard with the following words: "This building is unfit for human habitation or occupancy or use; the use or occupation of this building is prohibited and unlawful." If the owner fails to comply with an order to remove or demolish the building, the public officer may cause such building to be removed or demolished, or may contract for the same after calling for bids.

 

(F)  Costs. The owner of the property where the public officer had a building removed or demolished shall be liable for all costs incurred by the public officer on behalf of the city relating to the removal or demolition. The city attorney shall take steps to collect such costs and to protect the city's interests in collecting such costs.

 

(G) Notice. Complaints, orders and notices issued by the public officer shall be served personally or by registered mail. If the person to be served cannot be found, in the exercise of reasonable diligence, and the public officer shall make an affidavit to that effect, then the serving of the complaint or order upon those persons may be made by publishing same once each week for two (2) successive weeks in a newspaper printed and published in the municipality. A copy of the complaint, notice or order shall be posted in a conspicuous place on premises affected by the complaint, notice or

 

 

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(H)  Additional Powers of the Public Officer. The public officer shall exercise powers as may be necessary or convenient to carry out and effectuate the purposes and provisions of this chapter, including the following powers in addition to others herein granted:

 

(1)  To investigate the building conditions in the municipality in order to determine which buildings therein are unfit for human habitation or occupancy or use;

 

(2)  To administer oaths, affirmation, examine witnesses and receive evidence;

 

(3)  To enter upon premises for the purpose of making examinations; provided, that these entries shall be made in a manner as to cause the least possible inconvenience to the persons in possession and provided that any entrance without the permission of the occupant shall be consistent with the rights of the owners and occupants. Where appropriate, a court order may be sought to permit entry;

 

(4)  To appoint and fix the duties of officers and employees to carry out the purposes of this code.

 

(I)   Standards. The public officer may determine that a building is unit for human occupancy if he or she finds that conditions are dangerous or injurious to health or safety, including fire hazards, danger of accidents, lack of adequate ventilation, light or sanitary facilities, disrepair, structural defects or uncleanliness.

 

(J)   Emergencies. The public officer may take immediate action to prevent possible injury, damage or health or death, in an emergency, without previous notice. Such action may include excavation of a building or emergency repair. The owners and occupants of the building shall be notified as soon as possible.

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' 150.30 PROBLEM STRUCTURES.

 

(A)  A PROBLEM STRUCTURE is defined as a building or other structure that poses a nuisance or danger to the public, Police Department or Fire Department and includes, but is not limited to, the following:

 

(1)  A building whose interior or exterior walls or other vertical structural members list, lean or buckle to such an extent that a plumb line passing through the center of gravity falls outside the middle third of the base;

 

(2)  A building, exclusive of the foundation, that shows 33% or more damage or deterioration to its supporting members or 50% or more damage or deterioration to its non-supporting members or to the enclosing or outside walls or coverings;

 

(3)  A building having improperly distributed loads on the floors, or roofs, or in which same are overloaded or have insufficient strength to be reasonably safe to occupants or the public;

 

(4)  A building damaged by fire, wind, seismic or other causes so as to cause the building to become dangerous to life, limb or property of the occupants or to the public:

 

 

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(5)  A building that has become or is so dilapidated, decayed, unsafe, unsanitary or which so utterly fails to provide the amenities essential to decent living that it is unfit for human habitation or is likely to cause sickness or disease or injury to health, safety or general welfare of those living therein:

 

(6)  A building having light, air and sanitation facilities that are inadequate to protect the health, safety or general welfare of human beings who live or may live therein:

 

(7)  A building having inadequate facilities for egress in case of fire or other events, or having insufficient stairways, fire escapes or other means of travel:

 

(8)  A building that has parts or elements that are attached or not attached in such a wav that they may fall and cause injury to persons or property:

 

(9)  A building characterized by disconnected utilities, extensive broken glass, peeling or flaking paint on the exterior walls, loose or rotting materials on the roof or the exterior walls: or

 

(10)  Any vacant building or structure not secured from entry or the elements.

 

(B)  When a problem structure, not in danger of structural collapse, has been closed and secured from entry and the elements by the property owner and the structure continues to remain closed and secured from entry and the elements by approved methods, it may remain standing in a safe condition for a period not to exceed 60 days from the date of the fire, the date of damage from other means or the date of the release of the property from a governmental, criminal, fire or explosives investigation, at which time an application must have been made for a building permit to repair or for a demolition permit. If a building permit is requested and approved, repair or renovation work to bring the property into compliance must be completed within 60 days of the date of the issuance of the permit. If a demolition permit is requested and approved, demolition must be initiated within five days and must be completed within 30 days of the date of the issuance of the demolition permit.

 

(C)  Failure of the property owner to keep the structure closed and secured from entry and the elements or to obtain the required permit in the specified time shall constitute permission to an official, employee, or other authorized agent of the city to enter upon the property to remedy the situation and to abate the nuisance by demolition and removal of the problem structure.

 

(D)  Issuance of notice of violation or citation.

 

(1)  The notice of violation or citation shall be delivered to the violator at his or her last known address as it appears from the current tax assessment roll. Such notice of violation or citation shall be deemed to be properly served if given by certified mail, return receipt requested, by personal delivery or by leaving the notice at the person=s usual place of residence with any individual residing therein who is 18 years of age or older and who is informed of the contents of the notice. Service by certified mail shall be presumed to have been served on the third day following mailing. A copy shall also be posted in a conspicuous place in or about the structure or premises affected by such notice of violation or citation.

 

(2)  When the violation involves a fire damaged structure, a copy of the notice of violation or citation shall also be delivered to any mortgage company and any insurance company with verified interest in the property. Every reasonable attempt shall be made to determine all verified interest.

 

 

 

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(E)  Permit to repair does not extend compliance time. When abatement of a violation by repair requires a permit obtained from the City Building Inspector, the completion time shall correspond to the correction time allowed in the notice of violation issued by the code official or the correction time established by this section. It shall be the duty of the violator to notify the code official that additional time is needed and to provide justification why the completion time is inadequate. The City Building Inspector may extend the completion time, in his or her sole discretion, if he or she determines that the completion time is not reasonable given the facts of a particular violation. Any request for an extension of time, and all decisions by the City Building Inspector to extend, or not extend time, shall be in writing. Code officials are not authorized to grant requests for additional time to correct a problem structure as established in division (B) above and any request for additional time to correct such a problem structure shall take the form of an appeal to the City of Russellville Code Enforcement Board. An appeal may be filed by any party with an equitable interest in the property and any such appeal must be filed within the remedy period specified in division (B) above.

 

(F)  Required permit to demolish does not extend compliance time. When abatement of a violation is achieved through demolition, a permit shall be obtained from the City Building Inspector. The completion time shall correspond to the correction time allowed in the notice of violation issued by the code official or the correction time established by this chapter. It shall be the duty of the violator to notify the code official that additional time is needed and to provide justification why the completion time is inadequate. The City Building Inspector may extend the completion time, in his or her sole discretion, if he or she determines that the completion time is not reasonable given the facts of a particular violation. Any request for an extension of time, and all decisions by the City Building Inspector to extend, or not extend time, shall be in writing. Code officials are not authorized to grant requests for additional time to demolish a problem structure as established in division (B) above and any request for additional time to demolish such a problem structure shall take the form of an appeal to the City of Russellville Code Enforcement Board. An appeal may be filed by any party with an equitable interest in the property and any such appeal must be filed within the demolition period specified in division (B) above.

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' 150.35 DEFINITIONS.

 

The definitions of ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, ELECTRICIAN, ELECTRICAL, and ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR set out in KRS 227.450, as amended, shall define these terms when used in this subchapter or when used in regard to any regulations adopted hereunder.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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' 150.36 ADOPTION BY REFERENCE.

 

The city hereby adopts as a minimum standard, the requirements of the National Electric Code, as last published, and as hereafter amended, three (3) copies of which shall be on file in the office of the City Clerk. In the event the Electric Plant Board of the city, the City Council, or any other governmental agency requires standards more stringent than those required by the National Electric Code, as last published, and as hereafter amended, then the more stringent standards shall apply.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80; Am. Ord. 98‑20, passed 12‑22‑98) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.37 ADOPTION OF REGULATIONS.

 

The City Council may adopt and amend such regulations as it deems advisable for the implementation of this subchapter.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80)

 

 

' 150.38 ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR.

 

(A)  There is hereby created the position of Electrical Inspector. The Mayor shall contract with a competent person as Electrical Inspector of the city. The Electrical Inspector shall be subject to removal for good cause at any time.

 

(1)  Qualifications. In order to be qualified for the position of Electrical Inspector, a person must be certified by the State Commissioner of Housing, Buildings, and Construction pursuant to KRS 227.489, as amended.

 

(2)  Duties. Duties as used in division (A)(2) of this section include the powers and authority referred to herein. The Electrical Inspector shall have the following duties:

 

(a)  It shall be unlawful for the Electrical Inspector, except in the performance of his duties, to engage in the business of installation, alteration, maintenance, or sale of electrical wiring, electric devices, or electrical material, either directly or indirectly; and he shall have no financial interest in any concern engaged in any such business in the city.

 

(b)  The Electrical Inspector shall have the right during reasonable hours to enter any building in the city in discharge of his official duties, or for the purpose of making an inspection or test of the electrical equipment therein; and he shall have the duty and authority to enforce all of the provisions of this subchapter and any regulations adopted hereunder.

 

(c)  The Electrical Inspector shall have the power to cause the current and any wire or conduit to be turned off whenever this is necessary in an emergency for the protection of life or property.

 

(d)  The Electrical Inspector shall make all inspections necessary to the enforcement of the city ordinances, and no electric wiring shall be covered until it has been inspected and approved by him.

 

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violation of city ordinances, he shall have the power to order the work stopped until the ordinances are complied with. It shall be unlawful to continue any such work after such a stop order has been issued except upon written permission of the Electrical Inspector; provided that where such stop order is made orally, it shall be followed by a written stop order within an hour.

 

(f)   1.    The Electrical Inspector shall give a certificate of approval to the owner or person in charge of the premises (hereinafter sometimes referred to as customer) which he has inspected where he finds that the electric apparatus and wiring therein fully comply with the ordinances of the city. After the Electrical Inspector has certified an electrical installation, construction, alteration, or repair, he shall furnish and attach an approval sticker bearing his signature and certification number in a conspicuous place on the main service entrance equipment. He shall also provide the owner of the electrical installation or his authorized agent with a certificate approval if the same is requested. A copy of any certificate or rejection thereof shall be furnished to the City Clerk and the Electric Plant Board.

 

2.    A complete record of each inspection shall be kept by the Electrical Inspector until otherwise directed by the city and these records shall be the property of the city and shall be made available to any governmental agency upon request.

 

(g)  The Electrical Inspector shall comply with all provisions of local, state, and federal laws and regulations.

 

(h)  The Electrical Inspector shall report to the City Council the name of any electrical contractor or electrician who consistently does work which is not in accordance with this subchapter or any regulations adopted hereunder.

 

(i)   The Electrical Inspector shall approve only work done by electrical contractors or electricians who are duly licensed by the city to do business in the city.

 

(j)   All fees inuring to the benefit of the Electrical Inspector shall be paid to the city and no such fees or remuneration shall be paid directly by any other person or entity to the Electrical Inspector.

 

(k)  The Electrical Inspector shall maintain any certification required by law and shall vacate his position upon the termination of that certification.

 

(l)   Under an emergency condition, subject to the discretion of the Electrical Inspector, a temporary service connection may be granted where sufficient load is connected for commercial buildings needing three phase power until a final inspection can be made. All other temporary service connections shall be made only with the approval of the Electrical Inspector and the Superintendent of the Electric Plant Board.

 

(B)  The Electrical Inspector shall not be considered as an employee of the city, but shall be considered as self‑employed.

 

(C)  The Electrical Inspector shall be the named insured in a liability policy which may be provided him by the city covering his liability in the following amounts: $100,000 or as determined by regulations adopted pursuant hereto.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

 

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' 150.39 PERMIT REQUIRED.

 

(A)  All persons, firms, companies, or corporations shall, before commencing construction, alteration, or repair of any electrical wiring or equipment in the city, obtain a permit for such work pursuant to application made to the City Clerk. Permits for construction, alteration, or repair of any electrical wiring or equipment shall be issued upon receipt of an application therefor made out on a printed form furnished by the City Clerk. The fees provided in ' 150.40 are to be paid in advance. The permits shall be posted in plain view, inside the building near the entrance switch or inside the service switch when installed.

 

(B)  The application for each such permit shall contain the name of the owner of the property of the user of the electrical equipment to be installed, altered, or changed, and the location of such work by correct address, street and number, and the name and address of the electrical contractor or electrician.

 

(C)  In addition to the fees specified in ' 150.40, the application shall be accompanied by a payment to the city in the amount of $6 for the issuance of the permit which shall inure to the benefit of the city and be deposited in the General Fund of the city.

 

(D)  The obligation to apply for and obtain the permit required herein is the responsibility of both the owner of the property and his or her electrical contractor or electrician, and the failure to obtain a permit when same is required shall be deemed a violation of this subchapter by both the owner and his or her electrical contractor or electrician.

 

(E)  Upon the issuance of a permit provided for herein, the applicant shall receive two copies, one to be displayed as hereinabove provided for, and the other to be delivered to the Electric Plant Board which will then issue the proper meter base called for in the permit. An additional copy of the permit shall be delivered by the City Clerk to the Electrical Inspector.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80; Am. Ord. 83‑16, passed 12‑6‑83) Penalty, see ' 150.99

Statutory reference:

Authority to require permits, see KRS 227.480

 

 

' 150.40 FEES.

 

There are adopted as reasonable fees to be paid for the inspection by the Electrical Inspector the following which shall be paid to the City Clerk and shall inure to the benefit of the Electrical Inspector and shall be paid to the Electrical Inspector by the city on a monthly basis:

 

(A)  Electrical inspections. All new services and change out services shall require an electrical inspection according to the following rate schedule:

 

 

Single Phase

 

Meter pole services and temporary pole services

 

$40

 

100 amp services with branch circuits

 

70

 

200 amp services with branch circuits

 

90

 

300 amp services with branch circuits

 

110

 

400 amp services with branch circuits

 

130

 

600 amp services with branch circuits

 

180

 

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Three Phase for Commercial and Industrial Uses

 

100 amp services with branch circuits

 

$80

 

200 amp services with branch circuits

 

100

 

300 amp services with branch circuits

 

120

 

400 amp services with branch circuits

 

150

 

600 amp services with branch circuits

 

170

 

800 amp services with branch circuits

 

200

 

1,000 amp services with branch circuits

 

250

 

2,000 amp services with branch circuits

 

450

 

3,000 amp services with branch circuits

 

600

 

Standard city application fee

 

10

 

Buildings with multiple service panels and multiple panel locations shall be charged at a rate per each panel or sub-panel and the ampacity of each service panel from the schedule above.

 

Buildings containing electrical contracts of $100,000 and above shall be charged a rate of .75% of the contract price. Proof of the contract amount shall be provided at the time of permit application.

 

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Re-inspections for residential work per trip

 

$40

 

Re-inspections for commercial and industry per trip

 

50

 

The city application fee for contract amounts $100,000 and above shall be included in the total electrical permit fee and assessed separately by project.

 

(B)  The electrical contractor shall provide the city with payment and a copy of the electrical contractor=s license and a copy of the master electrician license at the time of application.

 

(C)  Any electrical work that requires the installation of a circuit addition to the service panel requires an inspection by the electrical inspector. This type of inspection shall be considered as single trip inspections at a cost of $40 per trip, paid directly to the Inspector with no application fee. Any contractor or electrician doing work within the State of Kentucky is responsible for reporting this type or work and can be held accountable for non-compliance by the State of Kentucky in regard to this law.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80; Am. Ord. 83‑16, passed 12‑6‑83; Am. Ord. 89‑8, passed 6‑20‑89; Am. Ord. 2006-03, passed 3-7-06)

 

 

' 150.41 INSPECTION PROCEDURE AND STANDARDS.

 

(A)  All persons, firms, companies, or corporations required by the provisions of this subchapter or any regulations adopted hereunder shall notify the Electrical Inspector when the project is ready for inspection.

 

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(B)  No such persons, firms, companies, or corporations shall conceal electrical wiring or other electrical apparatus which is required to be inspected until after it has been inspected and approved. Concealed work, which will not permit full inspection, shall be accepted.

 

(C)  All electrical work shall be finished and ready for service before final inspection.

 

(D)  All changes in existing wiring when installed for the purpose of connecting to the electric secondary distribution system of the Electric Paint Board shall be inspected if the customer=s work involves the change of an electric service entrance. A change of electrical service means either a change of the main fuse panel or box used as the customer=s main disconnect or main fuse protection on the customer=s wiring or a change of wire size from the delivery point of electric energy of the Electric Plant Board to be metering point and from the metering point to the customer=s main fuse panel or box. All other additions or changes in the customer=s existing wiring done in connection with the change of a service entrance shall also be inspected. There shall be one inspection of changes in existing wiring, to be made upon completion of the work.

 

(E)  A customer, at his or her request, may have a voluntary inspection of any change of existing wiring for which inspection is not required. The fee for this inspection shall be the same as for a reinspection and shall be paid by the customer upon the obtaining of a permit as for a required inspection under this subchapter. If the Electrical Inspector finds that the change of wiring does not meet the requirements of this subchapter, the electrical contractor or electrician shall rework the wiring until it complies with all requirements, and the costs of reinspection shall be borne and paid by the electrical contractor or electrician.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.42 RESPONSIBILITY; LIABILITY.

 

This subchapter and the regulations adopted hereunder shall not be construed to relieve from nor lessen the responsibility of any person owning, operating, constructing, altering, or repairing any electrical wires, appliances, apparatus, construction, or equipment for damages to anyone injured by a defect therein; nor shall the city, electric Plant Board, or any agent thereof or the Electrical Inspector be upheld as assuming any such liability by reason of inspection authorized in this subchapter or the regulations adopted hereunder or certificate of approval issued by the Electrical Inspector.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80)

 

 

' 150.43 REQUEST FOR TEMPORARY OR CONSTRUCTION POWER.

 

All electrical contractors and electricians, when making a request for temporary or construction power, shall, if requested, provide the Electric Plant Board with evidence that they are duly licensed by the city.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80)

 

 

' 150.44 BREAKING SEAL OF METERING EQUIPMENT FOR DISCONNECTING CONDUCTOR.

 

Special permission shall be obtained from the Superintendent of the Electric Plant Board or his designated agent, prior to the breaking of any seal of any metering equipment for the disconnecting of any conductor on the line side of the metering equipment.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

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' 150.45 APPROVAL OF LOCATION OF SERVICE ENTRANCE.

 

The location of the service entrance of any new construction must be approved by the electric Plant Board prior to commencement of construction.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.46 ELECTRICAL SERVICE CONNECTIONS; INSPECTION AND APPROVAL.

 

All electrical service connections are to be made by the Electric Plant Board only after inspection and approval of the installation is given by the Electrical Inspector, who will so advise the Electric Plant Board of the approval.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80) Penalty, see ' 150.99

 

 

' 150.47 REVOCATION OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE.

 

The license of an electrical contractor or electrician who consistently does work which is not in accordance with this subchapter or regulations adopted hereunder may be rescinded or revoked by the City Council.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80)

 

 

 

' 150.99 PENALTY.

 

(A)  Any person who violates any provision of the state codes adopted in ' 150.01 shall be subject to the following penalties:

 

(1)  Violators of the Kentucky Building Code or any directive or order issued pursuant thereto, shall, upon conviction, be subject to a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $300 or imprisonment for a term not to exceed 90 days or both, at the discretion of the court. Each day the violation continues, after due notice has been served, shall be deemed a separate offense.

(Ord. 98‑22, passed 12‑22‑98)

 

(2)  Violators of the State Standards of Safety shall be, upon conviction, guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not less than $25 nor more than $1,000, imprisonment for not more than 60 days, or both, for each offense. (KRS 227.990(1))

 

(3)  Violators of the State Plumbing Code shall be, upon conviction, guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not less than $10 nor more than $100, imprisonment for not more than 90 days, or both, for each offense. (KRS 318.990)

 

(4)  Violators of the Kentucky Residential Code for One and Two Family dwellings or any directive or order issued pursuant thereto shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $300 or imprisonment for a term not to exceed 90 days, or both, at the discretion of the court. Each day that a violation continues after due notice has been served, shall be deemed a separate offense.

(Ord. 98‑21, passed 12‑22‑98; Am. Ord. 2006-04, passed 3-7-06)

 

(B)  Any person who violates ' 150.03 shall, upon conviction, be fined not less than $20 nor more than $50. Each day of violation shall constitute a separate offense. (Ord. 85‑7, passed 9‑3‑85)

 

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(C)  Any person who shall violate any provision of '' 150.20 through 150.24 or any directive or order issued pursuant thereto shall be, upon conviction thereof, guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $300 or imprisonment for a term not to exceed 90 days, or both, at the discretion of the court. Each day that a violation continues after due notice has been served, in accordance with the terms and provisions hereof, shall be deemed a separate offense. (Ord. 86‑10, passed 9‑2‑86)

 

(D)  (1)  Any person, firm or corporation violating any provision of '' 150.26 through 150.29 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and fined not less than $5 nor more than $500 for each offense, and a separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues.

 

(2)  Violation of '' 150.26 through 150.29 is a civil offense. The maximum civil penalty that may be imposed is $500 for each offense, and each day these sections are violated may be considered a separate offense. If one who violates these sections does not contest a citation, then the penalty for such violation shall be $5, and each day '' 150.26 through 150.29 is violated may be considered a separate offense.

 

(3)  The Code Enforcement Board is granted concurrent jurisdiction to decide all cases based on a citation issued by a Code Enforcement Officer for violation of '' 150.26 through 150.29.

 

(4)  In order to assist in enforcement of '' 150.26 through 150.29, the Code Enforcement Board may authorize the City Attorney to file a legal action to collect fines, foreclose on judgement liens, and to seek injunctive relief against a violator who fails to comply with the terms of these sections.

(Ord. 94‑9, passed 10‑4‑94; Am. Ord. 2003-17, passed 11-18-03)

 

(E) Any person, firm, company, or corporation violating any provision of '' 150.35 through 150.47 or any regulations adopted thereunder shall pay a fine to the city within 14 days after receiving notice of such violation in an amount of $25, which amount shall be deposited in the General Fund of the city, and upon failure to do so shall be, upon conviction, guilty of a misdemeanor and fined in an amount not less than $10 nor more than $100 or imprisoned for a period of not more than 50 days or both. Each day during or on which such violation occurs or continues shall be deemed a separate offense.

(Ord. 80‑4, passed 10‑21‑80)

Statutory reference:

Penalty for violation of Kentucky Building Code, see also KRS 198B.990

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chapter 151: FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION

 

Section

 

151.01    Adoption by reference; penalty.

 

 

' 151.01 ADOPTION BY REFERENCE; PENALTY.

 

(A)  The city does hereby adopt by reference the AFlood Damage Prevention Ordinance@ which shall apply to all areas of special flooding hazards within the city as identified by the Federal Insurance Administration.

 

(B)  Maps and other supporting data as prepared and identified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of the AFlood Damage Prevention Ordinance@ as if set out fully therein.

 

(C)  The full text of this ordinance is on file in the office of City Clerk where it may be inspected.

 

(D)  Violations of the provisions of this ordinance shall constitute a misdemeanor. Any person who violates this ordinance or fails to comply with any of its requirements shall, upon conviction of a violation, be fined not more than five-hundred ($500.00) dollars or imprisoned for not more than three (3) days , or both, and in addition, shall pay all costs and expenses involved in the case. Each day the violation continues shall be considered a separate offense. Nothing contained in this section shall prevent the city from taking any other lawful actions as is necessary to prevent or remedy any violation (Ord. 87-2, passed 3-17-87; Am. Ord. 93-11, passed 9-21-93; Am. Ord. 2003-06, passed 4‑22‑03)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                                         CHAPTER 152: PROPERTY NUMBERING SYSTEM

 

 

Section

 

152.01  Establishment

152.02  Zoning enforcement officer to determine numbers for buildings

152.03  Listing of numbers

152.04  Cost; type and display

152.05  Informing of number upon application for building permit; withholding permit

152.06  Procuring and fastening of correct number required

 

152.99  Penalty

 

 

' 152.01 ESTABLISHMENT.

 

There is hereby established a uniform system for numbering buildings fronting on all streets, avenues, and public ways in the city, and all houses and other buildings which shall be numbered in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.

(Ord. 81-9, passed 12-8-81)

 

 

' 152.02 ZONING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO DETERMINE NUMBERS FOR BUILDINGS.

 

Numbers for all buildings within the city shall be determined by the enforcement officer of the zoning code.

(Ord. 81-9, passed 12-8-81)

 

 

' 152.03 LISTING OF NUMBERS.

 

The numbers shall be listed on the existing buildings within 20 days after the assigning of the proper numbers in the case of the numbers assigned after the effective date hereof.

(Ord. 81-9, passed 12-8-81)

 

 

' 152.04 COST; TYPE AND DISPLAY.

 

(A)  The cost of the numbers shall be borne by the property owner and the numbers used shall not be less than three inches in height, made of a durable and clearly visible material that is of such nature that it will stand weather.

 

(B)  The numbers shall be conspicuously placed immediately above, on, or at the side of the proper front door of each building so that the numbers can be seen from the street line. Whenever any building is situated more than 100 feet from the street line, the numbers of the building shall be

 

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placed near the walk, driveway, or common entrance to such building, and upon a gatepost, fence, tree, post, or other appropriate place so as to be easily discernible from the sidewalk or those passing in front of the building.

(Ord. 81-9, passed 12-8-81) Penalty, see ' 152.99

 

 

' 152.05 INFORMING OF NUMBER UPON APPLICATION FOR BUILDING PERMIT; WITHHOLDING PERMIT.

 

(A)  It shall be the duty of the enforcement officer of the zoning code of the city to inform any party applying for a building permit of the number belonging to or embraced within the limits of said property.

 

(B)  No building permit shall be issued until the owner has procured the official number; and final approval of any structure erected, repaired, altered, or modified shall be withheld by the enforcement officer until a permanent and proper number has been properly affixed to the building.

(Ord. 81-9, passed 12-8-81)

 

 

' 152.06 PROCURING AND FASTENING OF CORRECT NUMBER REQUIRED.

 

Whenever any house, building, or structure shall be erected or located in the city from and after the establishment of the uniform system herein required, the owner shall procure the correct number as designated by the enforcement officer and immediately fasten the number assigned upon said building as provided by this chapter.

(Ord. 81-9, passed 12-8-81) Penalty, see ' 152.99

 

 

 

' 152.99 PENALTY.

 

Any person violating any provision of this chapter shall, upon conviction, be fined in an amount not less than $10 nor more than $100. Each day of violation of this chapter shall constitute a separate offense.

(Ord. 81-9, passed 12-8-81)

 

                                              CHAPTER 153: SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS

 

 

Section

 

153.01  Adoption by reference

 

 

' 153.01 ADOPTION BY REFERENCE.

 

The subdivision regulations dated April 3, 1984 of the city, and any subsequent amendments thereto, are hereby adopted by reference for the city and areas within its jurisdiction, and in particular including, but not by way of limitation, the area up to five miles from all points upon the city's boundary; and a copy of the subdivision regulations shall be maintained on file for examination without charge in the office of the City Clerk.

(Ord. 84-3, passed 4-3-84)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                                                           CHAPTER 154: ZONING CODE

 

 

Section

 

154.01 Adoption by reference

 

 

' 154.01 ADOPTION BY REFERENCE.

 

The zoning code and zoning map dated April 3, 1984, and all subsequent amendments thereto, is hereby adopted by reference; and a copy thereof shall be maintained on file for examination without charge in the office of the City Clerk.

(Ord. 84‑4, passed 4‑3‑84; Am. Ord. 86‑5, passed 4‑8‑86; Am. Ord. 90‑5, passed 6‑5‑90; Am. Ord. 90‑8, passed 7‑3‑90; Am. Ord. 91‑13, passed 11‑6‑91; Am. Ord. 95‑2, passed 3‑21‑95; Am. Ord. 96‑16, passed 12‑17‑96; Am. Ord. 97‑15, passed 10‑21‑97; Am. Ord. 98‑4, passed 5‑19‑98; Am. Ord. 98‑5, passed 6‑19‑98; Am. Ord. 98‑6, passed 6‑19‑98; Am. Ord. 98‑7, passed 6‑19‑98; Am. Ord. 99‑3, passed 4‑6‑99; Am. Ord. 99‑6, passed 5‑18‑99; Am. Ord. 2000‑07, passed 6‑6‑00; Am. Ord. 2000‑15, passed 11‑21‑00; Am. Ord. 2002‑14, passed 11‑5‑02; Am. Ord. 2003‑07, passed 4‑22‑03; Am. Ord. 2007‑08, passed 8‑7‑07; Am. Ord. 2007‑10, passed 8‑7‑07)

Cross‑reference:

Sexually oriented businesses, see Ch. 120

Zoning map changes, see T.S.O. VI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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