§ 91.114  SUPERVISION.
   All signs, show boards, advertisements, banners, displays, awnings, canopies or other similar devices or objects allowed hereunder shall be under the supervision of the Chief of the Fire Department and the Building Inspector. The Chief of the Fire Department is specifically directed to inspect or cause an inspection to be made at regular intervals of every device or object. In the event any device or object is found insecure or to otherwise constitute a hazard to the public health, safety and welfare, the Chief of the Fire Department or the Building Inspector may direct that remedial actions be taken by the party or parties responsible for the device or object, which may include, among other remedial actions, the repair or removal of the device or object. If the hazard determined by the Chief of the Fire Department or Building Inspector is not remedied within ten days after notice of the defect, the Chief of the Fire Department or Building Inspector may take immediate action to do the same. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the Chief of the Fire Department and the Building Inspector may take emergency actions at any time, with or without notice, as he or she shall deem appropriate in the interests of the public health, safety and welfare, including, but not limited to, the immediate removal of the device or object.
(1980 Code, § 14.505)  Penalty, see § 91.999