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An owner, occupant(s) or person(s) having control of a residential, industrial, commercial or public building shall display the numerical address of the building in arabic numbers not less than three inches in height.
(a) The color of the numbers shall contrast to the color of the surface on which they are mounted and the numbers shall be clearly visible from the street on which the building is numbered.
(b) The numbers shall be placed on the front of the building facing the public or private street on which the building is numbered.
(c) For buildings not having entrance doors facing the street on which the buildings are numbered, numbers of all units within such building shall be placed either on the wall of the building facing the street on which the building is numbered or on a sign in compliance with Chapter 1145 of the Codified Ordinances.
(d) The owner of a residential building may post additional sets of address numbers provided that one set complies with the provisions of this section.
(e) Whoever violates this section or any part thereof, upon being notified in writing of such violation by the Building Inspector, shall have thirty days in which to comply with the provisions of this section. Upon expiration of thirty days and failure to comply with the provisions of this section within that period, the owner, occupants or persons having control of a building shall be deemed in violation. Each subsequent day shall constitute a separate violation.
(Ord. C10-86. Passed 3-17-86.)
(f) No issuance of an occupancy permit or a temporary occupancy permit shall be issued for any building until the numerical address is displayed according to this section.
(Ord. C36-87. Passed 5-18-87.)