(A)   (1)   All applications for building permits shall be accompanied by plans in duplicate, showing the actual dimensions and shape of the lot to be built upon; the exact sizes and locations on the lot of buildings already existing, if any; the location and dimensions of the proposed building or alteration and evidence of the County Board of Health's approval of the sewage disposal system or pursuant to § 157.152(B). The application shall include such other information as may be required by the Building Inspector including existing or proposed building or alteration; existing or proposed uses of the building and land; the number of families or rental units the building is designed to accommodate; conditions existing on the lot; and such other matters as may be necessary to determine conformance with, and provide for the enforcement of this chapter.
      (2)   One copy of the plans shall be returned to the applicant by the Building Inspector after he shall have marked such copy either as approved or disapproved and attested to same by his signature on such copy. Should the Building Inspector disapprove an application for a building permit, the reasons for disapproval shall be listed on the application. The second copy of the plans, similarly marked, shall be retained by the Building Inspector. ('85 Code, § 15-8.3)
   (B)   (1)   Applications for a building permit shall be made to the Building Inspector on forms furnished by the Building Inspector and shall include the following where applicable:
         (a)   Names and addresses of the applicant, owner of the site, architect, professional engineer, or contractor.
         (b)   Description of the subject site by lot, block, and recorded subdivisions or by metes and bounds; street address of the subject site; type of structure; existing and proposed operation or use of the structure or site; number of employees in the operation; and the zoning district within which the subject site lies.
         (c)   Additional information as may be required by the Board of Commissioners, Planning Board, or the Building Inspector. In the Commercial District, all zoning permits shall be reviewed by the Planning Board to ensure the spirit and intent of this chapter is met.
      (2)   The Building Permit shall be granted or denied in writing by the Building Inspector within 30 days. Any permit issued in conflict with the provisions of this chapter shall be null and void.
('85 Code, § 15-3.4)
(Ord. 33, passed 10-5-81; Am. Ord. 4-90, passed 4-2-90; Am. Ord. 05-01, passed 1-10-05; Am. Ord. 06-01, passed 1-9-06)