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165.13  ISSUANCE OF CONDITIONAL AND PERMANENT ZONING/BUILDING PERMITS.
It is unlawful for any person to undertake the erection, moving, adding to, or structurally altering any building or structure until a Conditional/Special Use and/or Permanent Zoning/Building Permit shall have been issued by the Zoning/Building Administrator, which Conditional/Special Use and/or Permanent Zoning/Building Permit shall state that the proposed uses of the building or land conform to the provisions of this chapter.  Upon the completion of the construction project, it is responsibility of the property owner and/or contractor who applied for such permit, to contact the Zoning/Building Administrator for a final review or inspection of the property.  If the actual uses of the building or land conform to the provisions of this chapter, the Zoning/Building Administrator shall issue a Permanent Certificate of Occupancy.  If the actual uses do not conform to the provisions of this chapter, the Zoning/Building Administrator shall order the owner to undertake such corrective measures as will result in compliance.  The Zoning/Building Administrator shall maintain a record of all Conditional/Special Use and/or Permanent Zoning/Building Permits, and copies shall be furnished upon request to any person.