4-4-2: PERMITS:
   (A)   Permits Required: No person, firm or corporation shall relocate any building or structure into or within the city without first obtaining a separate relocation permit for each such building or structure from the building official. (Ord. 1164, 8-8-1978)
   (B)   Application: To obtain a relocation permit the applicant shall file in writing an application for a site plan review as required by section 10-4-9 of this code and for the relocation permit. The applicant will pay the fees prescribed for the site plan review and a prerelocation inspection of the building or structure to be relocated. The relocation application shall: (Ord. 1642, 6-14-2011)
      1.   Identify and describe the work to be covered by the permit for which the application is made.
      2.   Describe the land on which the proposed work is to be done by lot, block, tract and house and street address, or similar description that will readily identify and definitely locate the proposed work.
      3.   Indicate the use or occupancy for the proposed building or structure.
      4.   Be accompanied by four (4) photographs showing each elevation of the building or structure to be relocated.
      5.   Be accompanied by plans and specifications drawn to scale showing plot or site, foundation, floor plan(s), and complete details for any changes proposed for the existing building or structure. The building official may require such plans and specifications to be prepared and designed by an architect or engineer licensed by this state.
Computations, stress diagrams and other data sufficient to show the corrections of the plans shall be submitted when required by the building official.
      6.   Be signed by the permittee, or his authorized agent, who may be required to submit evidence to indicate such authority.
      7.   Give such other information as reasonably may be required by the building official. (Ord. 1164, 8-8-1978)
   (C)   Relocation Permits: The application, plans and specifications filed by the applicant shall be reviewed by the building official. Such plans may be reviewed by other departments of the city to check compliance with ordinances and laws under their jurisdiction. When the site plan has been approved, as required in section 10-4-9 of this code, the work described in the relocation application for the permit and the plans conform to the requirements of this chapter, other pertinent ordinances and laws, and the fees have been paid and the insurance and bonds deposited as specified below, a permit may be issued.
      1.   A relocation permit fee as determined by the building official. (Ord. 1642, 6-14-2011)
      2.   A cash bond, assigned deposit or performance bond of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) to provide for any damage to city property or utilities.
      3.   A liability and property damage insurance policy of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00).
      4.   A cash bond, assignment deposit or performance bond based on the estimated cost of the work to complete the building relocation plus ten percent (10%). This performance bond and insurance policy must be approved by the city attorney as to form and legal requirements. (Ord. 1164, 8-8-1978)