129.05  ARCHITECT - ENGINEER - PLAN EXAMINER.
   (a)    The position of Architect - Engineer - Plan Examiner is hereby established for the Municipality.
   (b)    The duties of such office shall be as follows:
      (1)    Review of architectural and structural drawings and specifications of all structures and buildings to be constructed in the Municipality other than one-family and two-family residential dwellings.
      (2)    Review of electrical drawings and specifications.
      (3)    Review of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and plumbing drawings and specifications on all structures and buildings to be constructed in the Municipality other than one-family and two-family residential dwellings.
   (c)    The Mayor shall appoint a qualified professional architect to the position herein established for a term of one year, such appointment to be subject to confirmation by a majority vote of Council.
   (d)    No person appointed to the position, either on a full or part-time basis, shall be interested in the profits of a contract, job, work or services undertaken by the Municipality or any work which requires review, inspection or approval by the Municipality. In the event a conflict arises under this section, the Mayor shall appoint an alternate architect, approved by the State, for the purpose of a specific plan review, as required in subsection (b) hereof. The alternate shall be compensated at the same rate of compensation as provided for the regular position of Architect - Engineer - Plan Examiner.
(Ord. 23-1969. Passed 5-13-69.)
   (e)    The rate of compensation of such office shall be as follows:
      (1)    Forty percent (40%) of the total applicable fees as set forth in the City Building Code, provided that the total applicable fees are not a result of a plan examination of a tenant or occupant pursuant to Section 1311.031 of the Codified Ordinances.
      (2)    For all plan examinations of tenants or occupants pursuant to Section 1311.031 the rate of compensation shall be a minimum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) where a plan examination fee of up to two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00) is charged, and for those plan examinations for which a fee of over two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00) is charged the rate of compensation shall be forty percent (40%) of the plan examination fee.
(Ord. 17-1977. Passed 4-12-77.)