§ 150.20  PERMITS REQUIRED.
   (A)   Building permit. 
      (1)   No person shall commence or proceed with the construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, removal or demolition of any building or other structure, or any part thereof, without a written permit therefor from the inspection official.  County Board of Health approval of property for any septic tank is required where the sewage system cannot be connected to the city sewer.
      (2)   In all cases of removal or demolition of a building or structure a good and sufficient bond in the sum of $100 shall be posted by the property owner or by his contractor at the time of application for a permit, to insure complete removal or demolition, including all rubble and debris.  Failure on the part of the property owner or his contractor to completely demolish, remove and clear the premises, after 30 days' notice by the inspection official, shall be cause for forfeiture of such bond.
   (B)   Plumbing permit.  No person shall commence or proceed with the installation, extension or general repair of any plumbing system without a written permit therefor from the Plumbing Inspector.  However, no permit shall be required for minor repairs or replacements on the house side of a trap to an installed system of plumbing if such repairs or replacements do not disrupt the original water supply or the waste or ventilation systems.  Board of Health approval of property for any septic tank is required where the sewage system cannot be connected to the city sewer.
   (C)   Heating-air conditioning permit.  No person shall commence or proceed with the installation, extension, alteration or general repair of any heating or cooling equipment system without a written permit from the Heating Air Conditioning Inspector.  However, no permit shall be required for minor repairs or minor burner services of filter replacements of warm air furnaces or cooling systems.
   (D)   Electrical permit.  No person shall com-mence or proceed with the installation, extension, alteration or general repair of any electrical wiring, devices, appliances or equipment without a written permit therefor from the Electrical Inspector.  However, no permit shall be required for minor repair work such as the replacement of lamps or the connection of portable devices to suitable receptacles which have been permanently installed.  No permit shall be required for the installation, alteration or repair of the electrical wiring, devices, appliances and equipment installed by or for an electrical public utility corporation for the use of such corporation in the generation, transmission, distribution or metering of electrical energy, or for the use of such corporation in the operation of signals or the transmission of intelligence.
   (E)   No persons shall commence or proceed with the demolition or removal of a structure without a permit issued by the Building Inspector of the city.
('84 Code, § 5-28)  Penalty, see § 10.99