§ 92.09  FEES.
   (A)   The review of any National Fire Protection Association Life Safety Code 101 plan shall be conducted by the Fire Department at a fee of $50 per hour required with the minimum fee being $50.
   (B)   An application for any permit to be issued by the Fire Department or the request of a life safety compliance report, shall be accompanied by a fee of $100. Permits are renewable every year. Permits are not transferable.
   (C)   An application for any permit to be issued by the Fire Department or the request of a life safety compliance report for day care providers caring for four to 12 children, shall be accompanied by a fee of $25. Permits are renewable every three years, and are not transferable.
   (D)   The review of a fire safety site plan shall be performed by the Fire Department at a charge of $50 per hour required with the minimum fee being $50.
   (E)   The review of a special hazards system plan shall be performed by the Fire Department at a charge of $1 per device with a minimum fee being $50.
   (F)   Exemption. Inspections relating to the licensing of foster homes for the state shall be exempt from the fees.
   (G)   Commercial occupancies. All commercial occupancies located in the city shall be inspected annually to insure compliance with the fire code adopted by § 92.05 and NFPA Life Safety Code #101. Inspections shall be performed by Fire Department personnel on an annual basis.  There shall be no charge for this inspection.
   (H)   A site inspection for a recreational fire permit (Class I and Class II fires only) shall be performed by the Fire Department at a charge of $50. Permits are renewable every year.
   (I)   An application for a welding and/or hot work permit in an occupied building to be issued by the Fire Department shall be accompanied by a fee of $25.
(Ord. passed 6-4-85; Am. Ord. passed 5-16-89; Am. Ord. passed 5-22-90; Am. Ord. passed 9-4-91; Am. Ord. passed 6-4-91; Am. Ord. passed 2-7-95; Am. Ord. passed 9-5-95; Am. Ord. passed 7-5-11; Am. Ord. passed 7-5-11)  Penalty, see § 92.99