§ 157.562  CERTIFICATIONS AND INSPECTIONS.
   All tower owners shall submit a certification regarding the structural integrity of the tower every five years from the date of permit issuance for monopole towers and every two years for all other towers. The owner may be required by the town to submit more frequent certifications should there be reason to believe that the structural and electrical integrity of the tower has been jeopardized. The town or its agents shall have authority to enter onto the property upon which a tower is located, between the inspections and certifications required herein, to inspect the tower for purpose of determining whether it complies with the standard building code and all other construction standards provided by the city’s code, federal and state law. The town reserves the right to conduct the inspections at any time upon reasonable notice to the owner. All expenses related to the inspections by the town shall be borne by the owner.
(2000 Code, § 66-1046)  (Ord. 99-01, passed 3-23-1999)  Penalty, see § 157.999