§ 164.63  RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGED SIGNS OR SIGN STRUCTURES.
   (A)   Any conforming sign or sign structure which has been damaged may be repaired or replaced and used as before, by the sign owners and/or the owners of record of the real property where the sign is located, provided all repairs are initiated within 30 working days and completed within 60 working days of such damage. However, if the sign should be declared unsafe by the Sign Enforcement Officer, the owner of the sign or the owner of record of the real property whereon the sign is located, shall immediately correct all unsafe conditions to the Sign Enforcement Officer’s satisfaction.
   (B)   As a courtesy to the sign owner, if the Sign Enforcement Officer discovers that a sign is damaged or is in an unsafe condition, the Sign Enforcement Officer will promptly notify either the sign owner or the owner of record of the real property whereon the sign is located. The affirmative duty and liability shall, however, remain with the owner of each sign to keep each sign in a safe and undamaged condition in accordance with the terms of this chapter.
(Ord. passed 1-22-08)