§ 150.005  BUILDING REGULATIONS IN FIRE LIMITS.
   No building shall hereafter be constructed within the fire limits set out in § 150.004 unless the same shall be constructed in conformity to the following provisions:
   (A)   All outside walls shall be made of brick, stone or other fireproof material, provided that no provisions of this section shall be so construed as to permit the portion of any building composed, in whole or in part, of a wooden frame covered with tin, zinc, sheet iron or metal sheeting or covering;
   (B)   All roofing employed in the construction of buildings erected within the fire limits shall be of tin, iron, gravel or other noncombustible material; and
   (C)   No wooden building or part of a wooden building within the fire limits shall be razed or repaired, enlarged or removed to any other place within the same; nor shall any building within the fire limits which may hereafter be damaged by a fire to the extent of 30% be repaired or rebuilt without a building permit issued by the Building Official with approval of the City Council.
(`93 Code, § 5-106)  (Am. Ord. 1324, passed 9-11-00)