1335.02  APPLICATION FOR PERMIT; PLANS.
   (a)   The owner, part owner or occupant of any lot, premises or parcel of land within the Municipality who desires to construct or erect a satellite dish larger than one (1) meter in diameter at any location within the Municipality may apply to the Inspector of Buildings for the permit referred to in Section 1335.01.
(Ord.  2000-54.  Passed 7-12-00.)
   (b)   The Inspector shall issue such permit provided the applicant:
      (1)   Submits a written application upon forms furnished by the Inspector or approved by him, with a plot plan of the lot, premises or parcel attached showing the exact location of the proposed satellite dish and the location of all buildings on the subject lot; a description of the kind of satellite dish, and the plans and specifications showing the elevations, where it is to be erected and of the dish itself, and sufficient details to show the method of assembly and construction.  Each set of plans and specifications shall give the address of the work, name and address of the owner and name and address of the person who prepared the plans and specifications.  Each application shall indicate the owner of the premises, the occupant of the premises and the contractor or other person to be permitted to construct or erect the proposed satellite dish, who shall be a licensed contractor pursuant to the regulations of the Municipality.
      (2)   Upon approval of the application by the Municipal Architect and Planning Commission and upon compliance with all of the requirements of this chapter; and
      (3)   Each application shall be accompanied by a check in the amount of one hundred dollars ($100.00) which represents a permit fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) and a deposit fee of fifty dollars ($50.00).  The permit fee shall cover the cost of a review of plans by the Municipal Architect and the handling of the application and inspection of the construction by the Inspector of Buildings.  The fifty dollar ($50.00) deposit shall be returnable in the event the Building Inspector upon one inspection, finds that the erection or construction is acceptable.  If additional inspections are required, the fee shall not be returnable, and shall be used to cover the cost of such further inspections.
         (Ord.  1982-25.  Passed 6-10-82.)