§ 151.30  BUILDING INSPECTOR.
   (A)   The administration of this chapter shall be the responsibility of the Building Inspector.  He will work in close cooperating with the Fire Chief or his delegate, the County Health Department, and other officials and agencies and he may seek their written opinions concerning the conditions of dwellings or other buildings. 
   (B)   The Building Inspector and his assistants shall be free from personal liability for acts done in good faith in the performance of official duties.
   (C)   The Building Inspector or any one of his assistants shall have no financial interest in the furnishing of labor, appliances, or materials for the construction, alteration, or maintenance of a building except where he is the owner and shall not act as agent for the real estate sales, leases, or rentals. 
   (D)   The powers and duties of the Building Inspector are as follows:
      (1)   The Building Inspector is authorized to conduct surveys and make inspections in any area of the community to determine compliance with this chapter or any other chapters he is empowered to enforce.
      (2)   The Building Inspector shall investigate all written complaints alleging or charging that a violation of this chapter exists, or that a building or dwelling is unsafe for human habitation or other occupancy.
      (3)   For the purpose of making surveys, inspections, and investigations, the Building Inspector and authorized personnel are hereby authorized upon identification and statement of purpose, to enter, inspect, survey, and investigate between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. , or at any time if any emergency exists, or if requested by the owner or occupant, all buildings, dwellings, dwelling units, rooming units, or general premises.  The owner or occupant of every building, dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming unit, or general premises, or the person in charge thereof, shall give the Building Inspector free access to the building, dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming unit, or general premises, for the purpose of the inspection, survey, or investigation.
   (E)   The Building Inspector shall keep records of all complaints received.
('76 Code, § 210.02)  Penalty, see § 151.99