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(A) No certificate of use and occupancy may be issued by the building inspector or any other duly authorized agent of the town unless a certificate of zoning compliance as set forth in division (B) of this section has been issued by the zoning enforcement officer or his duly designated agent.
(B) The zoning enforcement officer shall issue a certificate of zoning compliance only if the buildings and structures along with all on-site improvements are in compliance with approved plans on file with the town planning and zoning office, if any such plans were required, or all other applicable zoning ordinances and regulations of the town.
(C) When a building or structure is entitled thereto, the zoning enforcement officer shall issue a certificate of zoning compliance within 10 days after written applications. The certificate shall certify compliance with the provisions of the town zoning regulations, the land subdivision regulations for the town. In the event the zoning enforcement officer determines that the certificate should not be issued, he shall state his reasons in writing. The decision of the zoning enforcement officer shall be appealable to the zoning board of appeals.
(D) The provision in division (A) of this section to the contrary notwith-standing, the building inspector may issue a temporary certificate of use and occupancy if it is determined by the building inspector that weather conditions are such that completion of all on- site improvements are presently impractical and that the requirements of the basic building code for the temporary certificate are complied with and further, that there is sufficient security in the form of a bond or otherwise on file with the zoning enforcement officer to insure satisfactory completion of all on-site work.
(Ord. 164, passed 4-3-75)