§ 157.06  INTERIM PROTECTION.
   (A)   When submitting a map to the City Council to create a historic district under this chapter, the Commission may declare one or more buildings or structures that are classified and designated as historic on the map to be under interim protection.
   (B)   Not more than two working days after declaring a building or structure to be under interim protection under this section, the Commission shall, by personal delivery or first class mail, provide the owner or occupant of the building or structure with a written notice of the declaration. The written notice must:
      (1)   Cite the authority of the Commission to put the building or structure under interim protection under this section;
      (2)   Explain the effect of putting the building or structure under interim protection; and
      (3)   Indicate that the interim protection is temporary.
   (C)   A building or structure put under interim protection under division (A) remains under interim protection until the map is:
      (1)   Submitted to; and
      (2)   Approved in an ordinance or rejected by the City Council.
   (D)   While a building or structure is under interim protection:
      (1)   The building or structure may not be demolished or moved; and
      (2)   The exterior appearance of the building or structure may not be conspicuously changed by:
         (a)   Addition;
         (b)   Reconstruction; or
         (c)   Alteration.
(Ord. 20-2011, passed 11-16-11)