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(A) Traffic Hazard: The relocation of buildings or structures shall be performed in such a manner so as not to create a hazard to pedestrian or vehicular traffic or to unreasonably impede such traffic. Forty eight (48) hours prior to the proposed relocation the permittee shall submit to the building official the proposed route for the move. The building official will obtain the approval of the city engineer, fire, police and public works departments. The relocation shall not be started until approval has been obtained from the building official as to time and route.
(B) Danger To Persons Or Property: The relocation of buildings or structures shall be performed in such a manner as to not create a hazard to the health and safety of any person or property.
(C) Notice To Cease: If, in the opinion of the building official exercising reasonable judgment based upon a personal inspection at the location, it is determined that the relocation is being performed in a manner as to create a hazard or danger, the building official shall issue a written stop work notice to persons relocating the building or structure to cease such hazardous or dangerous activity immediately. Upon the receipt of such notice all persons engaged in the relocation shall cease such activity immediately and take such corrective action as may be required by the building official so to eliminate such hazard or danger. (Ord. 1164, 8-8-1978)