§ 150.41  DUTY OF BUILDING INSPECTOR.
   (A)   Any building or structure or part thereof, partially destroyed or otherwise, which is found by the Building Inspector to be in such a dilapidated state of disrepair or other substandard condition as to be dangerous to life, health, or other property, or to constitute a fire or safety hazard or public nuisance shall be declared by the Building Inspector to be unsafe.
   (B)   Such unsafe condition may be caused by defective construction, overloaded or any other hazardous condition or circumstances as set out in state law. The Building Inspector shall have authority, and it shall be his or her duty to condemn as unsafe each such building and affix a notice of the dangerous character of the building to a conspicuous place on its exterior wall.
(Ord. passed 7-7-75)