§ 157.10  PRESERVATION OF HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL CHARACTER UPON ALTERATION OR RELOCATION.
   (A)   A historic building or structure or any part of or appurtenance to such building or structure, including stone walls, fences, light fixtures, steps, paving, and signs may be moved, reconstructed, altered, or maintained only in a manner that will preserve the historical and architectural character of the building, structure, or appurtenance.
   (B)   A historic building may be relocated to another site only if it is shown that preservation on its current site is inconsistent with division (A).
(Ord. 20-2011, passed 11-16-11)