§ 154.039  BUILDINGS PROHIBITED ON UNAPPROVED STREETS; ACTION TO ENJOIN ERECTION OR REMOVE BUILDING.
   From and after the time when the platting jurisdiction of the city shall have attached by reason of the adoption of a major street plan as provided in § 154.033, no building permit shall be issued for or no building shall be erected on any lot within the territorial jurisdiction of the planning commission and the city council as provided in § 154.033, unless the street giving access to the lot upon which the building is proposed to be placed shall be accepted as opened as, or shall have otherwise received the legal status of, a public street prior to that time, or unless the street corresponds in its location and lines with a street shown on a subdivision plat approved by the city council or on a street plat made by the planning commission and adopted by the city council or with a street located or accepted by the city council, or, in the case of territory outside of the city, by the governing body thereof, after submission to the planning commission, and, in case of the planning commission’s disapproval, by the favorable vote required in § 154.038(b). Any building erected in violation of this section shall be deemed an unlawful structure, and the city or city council may bring action to enjoin the erection or cause it to be vacated or removed.
(1957 Rev. Ords., § 2.922; 1992 Code, § 32-41)  (Ord. 1992, passed 8-3-1959)