(A)   Removal of construction debris required. The general contractor, or owner if there is no general contractor, shall, for any dwelling or other structure under construction or repair be responsible for the overall general cleanliness of the site and shall comply with the following:
      (1)   Prevent excessive accumulation of debris such as but not limited to construction materials, cartons, boxes, and fastenings thereof.
      (2)   Remove all construction debris and clean the premises prior to requesting a final inspection preliminary to issuance of a Certificate of Compliance.
      (3)   Prevent the placement or scattering of construction debris onto adjacent property, public streets or canals. Where debris becomes scattered beyond the immediate construction site, such debris shall be picked up at the conclusion of the work day and returned to appropriate placement on the construction site.
      (4)   The Building Inspector shall be responsible for the administration of this division (A), and the Building Inspector shall make the determinations necessary for the enforcement of the provisions hereof. He shall have authority to issue a stop work order and to withhold issuance of the Certificate of Compliance whenever, in his judgement, violations exist.
('85 Code, § 8-5.1)
   (B)   Hazard removal by owner. When structures are removed from the Ocean Hazard AEC, all concrete, pilings, septic tanks, walkways, decks, and any erosion control structures including sandbags/bulkheads shall be removed, if located within the CAMA setback (30 times the annual erosion rate), by the owner within 30 days of official notification by the town. The disturbed area shall be reconstituted with a sand dune at least of equal size and protection as to that which existed prior to the above work being done or to a condition that makes it comparable to the adjoining dunes, whichever is appropriate. The area also shall be grassed or seeded to prevent loss of soil or sand from winds.
('85 Code, § 8-5.2) (Ord. 10-90, passed 5-15-90; Am. Ord. 92-03, passed 3-18-92; Am. Ord. 93-08, passed 6-7-93; Am. Ord. 02-10, passed 7-8-02)