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An applicant for a building permit shall be responsible for safe and orderly construction site management during all phases of permitted work. The following minimum requirements shall be met prior to the commencement of work and throughout the duration of the project. In addition, all applicable sections of the village code shall be met.
A. Safeguards: Safeguards during commercial and residential construction shall conform to international building code chapter 33 as adopted and amended within this title.
B. Debris Control And Site Cleanup: Debris and refuse containment shall be required for all job sites. Containment shall occur on the property that is the subject of the permit (and not on public property) and shall be within either a covered dumpster or container of sufficient size to prevent windblown debris. The dumpster or container shall be set back on the site as far as possible and be no closer than ten feet (10') from any side lot line. All such dumpsters or containers shall be maintained to prevent windblown debris when work is not being performed on the property. At the end of each workday, all windblown material, debris and litter shall be picked up and placed in the dumpster or container.
C. Construction Traffic Management: Prior to the issuance of a permit for demolition or construction of a new principal structure, the applicant shall submit a plan to the building official showing the location that the construction and worker vehicles will park. Parking of vehicles must not obstruct or limit the use of any adjacent roadway, private driveway, mailbox, fire hydrant or create a site distance problem with an adjacent intersection. The parking plan shall be subject to approval by the department of community development, shall be a part of the permit, and a copy shall be posted on the construction site. The permittee shall be responsible for compliance with the approved parking plan. Failure to post a copy of the plan on the site will be cause for possible issuance of a stop work order.
D. Sanitation Facilities: Sanitation facilities in conformance with the international plumbing code shall be available on site prior to any work commencing on the property. Portable toilet(s) shall not be located on public property, including any street, parkway or sidewalk. Such facility shall not be located within ten feet (10') of any property line and shall be serviced on a regular basis.
E. Dust Abatement: Dust and debris abatement for all construction activities shall be in conformance with international building code section 3307.2 as adopted and amended within this title.
F. Weeds And Grass: Weeds and grass shall conform to international property maintenance code section 302.4 as adopted and amended within this title.
In addition, the application for a permit shall constitute notice to the applicant and permit holder, no additional notice shall be required until a final certificate of occupancy is issued. Failure to maintain grass and weeds shall be adequate cause for the immediate posting of a "stop work" order. Repeat and/or continued offenses shall be adequate cause for the building official to suspend the permit pursuant to section 105.6.1 of the international building code or section R105.6.1 of the international residential code as adopted and amended within this title.
G. Written Notice Of Applicant: Notice of the filing of an application for a demolition permit of a single-family dwelling shall be given to all residents of property within two hundred fifty feet (250') of any part of the subject property and applicable homeowner association by the applicant. Such notice shall be on a form provided by the village and shall be given by first class mail. The applicant shall provide the names and addresses of all notified property owners to the village along with a certificate of mailing. The notices shall be sent at least ten (10) days prior to the permit being approved and said permit will not be approved without said ten (10) days' notice.
H. Schedule And Cash Bond: The permit application for demolition and/or construction of a new principal structure shall include a schedule of all planned activities including:
1. Installation of fencing.
2. Installation of temporary erosion control measures.
3. Building demolition.
5. Backfilling of the building excavation.
6. Building under roof.
7. Completion of exterior finishes.
8. Rough and final grading.
9. Six inch (6") topsoil placement.
10. Seeding or sodding of all disturbed areas.
Such schedule shall be subject to approval by the department of community development. The applicant shall provide the estimated area of disturbance and provide an estimate of the cost for the planned activities (excluding the cost of demolition and subsections H6 and H7 of this section) which shall be reviewed and approved by the village engineer. The village engineer shall approve said estimated area and costs or require them to be corrected. The applicant shall post with the village a cash bond in an amount equal to not less than one hundred ten percent (110%) of the approved estimated cost. Said cash bond shall meet the requirements of subsection 9-6-1B1 of this code. Upon completion of the required work listed in this subsection H, said cash bond, or any unused balance shall be refunded.
I. Expiration Of Permit: Residential permits shall conform to section R105.5 of the international residential code as adopted and amended herein, all other permits shall conform to section 105.5 of the international building code as adopted and amended herein. This provision is in addition to and does not negate the provisions of subsection 9-6-1B1 of this code.
J. Tree Preservation And Protection: For all demolition permits, the applicant shall submit a detailed tree survey which shows the location of all trees with a minimum diameter of eight inches (8") as measured twelve inches (12") above ground. The plan shall be subject to approval by the building official and shall be a part of the permit and include a statement of anticipated damage to or removal of trees on the subject property and measures to be taken to protect the trees such as pruning, root pruning, use of retaining walls or protective fencing, auguring of utility lines to improve the survivability of the trees and any other protective measures to be taken by the permittee.
K. Hours Of Construction: Except as provided in subsections A, B, C and D of this section no person or entity shall perform construction activities, perform any activity requiring a building permit, or operate heavy equipment, except as follows:
Day Of The Week
Residential zone districts - interior or exterior:
Hand tools may be used at any time within the interior of a fully enclosed structure provided that there is no construction related sound heard at the property line
Monday - Friday
Heavy equipment - between 7:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M.
Other tools - between 7:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.
Heavy equipment - between 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M.
Other tools - between 8:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.
Heavy equipment - not permitted
Other tools - between 9:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M.
All other zone districts - exterior*
Heavy equipment - between 6:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M.
Other tools - between 6:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.
*Exception: Any property that shares a lot line with a residential zone district, within 500 feet of the residential zone district
Heavy equipment - same as residential zone districts
All other zone districts - interior
Other tools - any
Hand tools - any
1. Definitions: For the purposes of this subsection:
HAND TOOLS: Tubing cutters, volt-ohm meters, manual pipe benders, pliers, wrenches, screwdrivers, paint brushes, rollers, torches, brooms, and similar tools that are substantially silent in operation. "Hand tools" shall not include hammers or any other item used as a striking implement.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT: Gasoline or diesel powered air compressors, gasoline or diesel powered saws, bulldozers, jackhammers, pile drivers, power hammers, graders, riveters, earthmovers, tree and stump grinders, trenchers, cement mixers, tractors, power hoists or derricks, demolition balls, power shovels, dump trucks, and power equipment on wheels or traction chains, or other similar equipment, but shall not include garbage trucks, which are governed by separate agreement within the village, nonconstruction delivery vehicles, trucks operating on designated truck routes, or snow removal equipment.
OTHER TOOLS: Any construction tool that is neither defined herein as "hand tools" or "heavy equipment". Other tools shall include, but not be limited to: electric compressors, nailers, hammers, cord connected electric saws, drills, or similar equipment. It is anticipated that "other tools" will create a sound level that can be heard at the property line.
RESIDENTIAL ZONE DISTRICT: Shall include all zone districts R1, R2, R3, R4 and R5 with the additional inclusion of any contiguous street, right of way, or public owned property.
a. Emergencies: The limitations stated in this subsection shall not apply in any situation which requires heavy equipment or other tools in emergencies to assist or avoid a problem related to health or to safety of persons or property, or to sewer, water, power, utility, or telephone interruptions.
b. Work By Public Agencies: The limitations stated in this subsection may be waived by the board of trustees by resolution for work undertaken by any public body or agency for the benefit of the public. The board of trustees may attach to any such waiver all conditions it deems necessary to protect the public health, safety or welfare.
c. Waiver: The limitations stated in this section may be waived by the building official in areas of the village zoned for nonresidential uses pursuant to the village zoning ordinance; provided, however, that no such waiver shall be granted unless the building official finds that:
(1) The party seeking the waiver will suffer a unique or unusual hardship unless the waiver is granted; and
(2) The granting of a waiver will not cause a substantial or undue adverse impact upon adjacent property or upon the public health, safety and welfare.
(3) The village manager may attach to such waiver all conditions he deems necessary to protect the public health, safety or welfare.
d. Building Permits: Work undertaken pursuant to any permit issued by the village shall be subject to the provisions of this subsection. (Ord. G-1089, 10-11-2016)
L. Off Site Maintenance: In addition to the provisions of title 8 of this code and international property maintenance code section 302.1 no permittee shall allow any runoff, dirt, mud, debris or similar materials to be deposited upon and remain on any area outside of the premises upon which the permit was issued. Such premises shall include, but not be limited to, public or private: streets, rights of way, sanitary or storm sewers, and/or any other premises not included within the scope of the permit. Any such materials shall be immediately removed and the area shall be restored to a clean condition with no visible residue. The application for a permit shall constitute notice to the applicant and permit holder, no additional notice shall be required until a final certificate of occupancy is issued. Failure to maintain any off site area in conformance with this section shall be adequate cause for the immediate posting of a "stop work" order. Repeat and/or continued offenses shall be adequate cause for the building official to suspend the permit pursuant to section 105.6.1 of the international building code or section R105.6.1 of the international residential code as adopted and amended within this title.
M. Construction Site Sign: The building official may require a construction site sign to be posted on any commercial or residential project where a protective barrier, fence, barricade, or canopy is required by this code. The sign format and required information shall be as specified by the building official. (Ord. G-1084, 9-27-2016; Ord. G-1089, 10-11-2016)