Every permittee under this article shall:
   (A)   Use designated streets. Move a building only over streets designated for such use in the written permit.
   (B)   Notify of revised moving time. Notify the building inspector in writing of a desired change in moving date and hours as proposed in the application.
   (C)   Notify of damage. Notify the building inspector in writing of any and all damage done to property belonging to the city within 24 hours after the damage or injury has occurred.
   (D)   Display lights. Cause red lights to be displayed during the nighttime on every side of the building, while standing on a street, in such manner as to warn the public of the obstruction, and shall at all times erect and maintain barricades across the streets in such manner as to protect the public from damage or injury by reason of the removal of the building.
   (E)   Street occupancy period. Remove the building from the city streets after four days of such occupancy unless an extension is granted by the city administrator.
   (F)   Comply with governing law. Comply with the building code, the fire zone, the zoning ordinance and all other applicable ordinances and laws upon relocating the building in the city.
   (G)   Pay expense of officer. In the event that it is deemed necessary by the building inspector to require an on-duty traffic officer to accompany the movement of the building, the expense shall be paid by the permittee.
   (H)   Clear old premises. Remove all rubbish and materials and fill all excavations to existing grade at the original building site so that the premises are left in a safe and sanitary condition.
   (I)   Remove service connection. See that the sewer line is plugged with a concrete stopper, the water shut off and the meter returned to the city water office. The permittee shall notify the gas and electric service companies to remove their services.
   (J)   Situate building. The relocated building shall be placed upon a permanent foundation within 30 days from the date the permit is issued and the house completed for occupancy within the same time requirements as new construction. An extension may be granted if weather or acts of God prevent completion within the above time frame.
(Ord. 2536, § 7, passed 4-10-1989)