(A)   The owner of any structure fronting any street within the town is required to place or cause to be placed in a conspicuous place, the assigned street number of the structure, plainly indicated by appropriate figures of the size and material specified hereafter.
   (B)   All numbers placed upon a structure shall be of a durable, weather-resistant material, such as metal or plastic, of a size not less than three inches in height by two inches in width. Half numbers or letters must also conform to the provisions previously outlined. The numbers shall be plainly visible, secured to the structure at eye level, not to exceed six feet in height from the porch or step level. The numbers shall be secured to the structure on the outside front in the vicinity of, and not to exceed two feet in distance on a horizontal plane from, the front entrance door. In the case a front entrance door does not exist, the number shall be secured in a location such that it is plainly visible in a conspicuous place on the outside front of the structure at the required height. Script writing or letters in lieu of numbers is prohibited.
   (C)   If the number becomes defaced, removed, destroyed, or so worn as not to be plainly visible, the owner of the structure shall promptly replace the number.
   (D)   The assigning of numbers shall be the responsibility of the Clerk-Treasurer or his or her assigned representative. All numbers assigned by the Clerk-Treasurer shall coincide to the existing street coordinate or numbering system for the town.
   (E)   For this section, an OWNER shall be defined as any person or entity owning a structure within the town.
(2000 Code, § 9-10)  (Ord. 2005-1, passed 6-14-2005)  Penalty, see § 93.99