No house of any kind or nature whatsoever shall be moved on, in or through any streets of the City except after written permission has been granted by the Building Officer.  Before permission may be granted by the Building Officer, sufficient bond or public liability insurance must be posted with him to insure the protection of streets, utilities and private and public property during the moving of the house.  The amount of such bond or insurance shall be determined by the Building Officer after consideration of the area involved, distance of move, amount of traffic congestion arising, width of streets, height and size of house and any other conditions which may increase the hazard to either public or private property.
   All permits under this section shall be for a definite period of time and in no case longer than absolutely necessary to accomplish the move.
   In order to insure that all conditions of the permit are performed the City shall at all times have an inspector present, at the cost of the mover, on a per diem basis.
   In addition to the inspection fee provided in Chapter 1305, a fee for the use of the streets in the amount of fifty dollars ($50.00) per day while moving shall be levied.  This sum shall be used to insure the proper barricades, lights and police protection in the event it becomes necessary to leave the house on a street for an overnight period.
(Ord. 1975-123.  Passed 12-23-75.)