§ 150.50 REQUIRED.
   (A)   The Certificate of Occupancy shall be issued to the applicant by the Building Inspector if after the final inspection the Inspector is reasonably assured that statutes, ordinances, and plat restrictions or requirements have been met.
   (B)   At the time a request is made to Building Inspector by the applicant for a final inspection prior to occupancy, the Building Inspector shall secure a survey of the building site from a certified land surveyor, who shall be hired by the Town Council, to certify that the drainage elevation required by the plat have been retained during the construction. The survey shall certify the following:
      (1)   That drainage will continue as planned by the plat from and to off-site elevations;
      (2)   That drainage on site is indicating a positive drainage to within +/- .2 foot, or as may be otherwise approved by the Planning Commission of the town; and
      (3)   That the drainage will be in compliance with the original plat as certified to the town in the as built plat plan.
   (C)   The cost of the survey shall be added to the fee schedule as it appears in § 150.37, the fee schedule.
   (D)   In the event that the occupancy survey indicates that the as built drainage plan has not been retained, the cost of all future surveys to verify the drainage plan shall be charged to the applicant requesting the Certificate of Occupancy.
   (E)   In the event that the occupancy survey cannot be performed within a reasonable time, then the Building Inspector may issue a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy for a period not to exceed six months, subject to the survey being ordered by the Building Inspector as soon as it is possible to have the survey performed.
   (F)   In the event that the occupancy survey indicates that all plat requirements and other conditions have been met, then the Building Inspector shall issue a Permanent Certificate of Occupancy.
(Ord. 88-8, passed 10-4-88; Am. Ord. 1991-4, passed 9-9-91) Penalty, see § 150.99