(A)   Every building which occupies any portion of public property after sundown during moving, shall have sufficient lights continuously burning in an adequate number and intensity to protect the public and to be clearly seen by traffic.
   (B)   There shall be a minimum of five red lights placed on each street side of the building being moved, and the red lights shall be attached to the building in such a fashion as to indicate the extreme width, height and size of the building.
   (C)   If not accompanied in front and in the back of the building by a police or other city vehicle equipped with red flashing lights, there shall be placed, in addition to the red lights on the building, flares at regular intervals for a distance of 200 feet up the street on each side of the building.
   (D)   When more than 50% of the street measured between the curbs is occupied at night by the building, or when, in the opinion of the Building Inspector, flagmen are necessary to divert or caution traffic, the owner or person moving the building shall employ, at his or her expense, two flagmen, one at each street intersection beyond the building; the flagmen shall remain at these intersections, diverting or cautioning traffic of the approach of the building. The flagmen shall use red lights in flagging traffic at night.
(2005 Code, § 9-7-8)