§ 94.04  MANDATORY CONDITIONS.
   The proposed licensee shall comply with the following conditions prior to the granting of an explosives storage license by the County Board of Commissioners standards.
   (A)   All federal, state and local laws, statutes, rules, codes, regulations and ordinances regarding the manufacture, handling, storage and use of explosives shall be fully complied with.
   (B)   The proposed licensee shall provide to the County Board of Commissioners certificates from qualified federal and state authorities that the proposed facility or use fully complies with all federal, state regarding the manufacture, handling, storage and use of explosives prior to the granting of an explosives storage license by the County Board of Commissioners.
   (C)   Certificates required by division (B) above shall be provided to the County Board of Commissioners annually after the explosive storage license is granted.
   (D)   The proposed licensee shall provide the following information in addition to any other information the County Board of Commissioners shall require:
      (1)   The quantity of explosives handled, used, manufactured and stored;
      (2)   The type of explosives handled, used, manufactured and stored;
      (3)   Distances of explosives facilities from neighboring property;
      (4)   Building site plans of the explosives facility itself;
      (5)   Past safety record of proposed licensee as shown in federal and state records, and local laws, regulations and ordinances;
      (6)   The type and density of neighboring property use;
      (7)   A certificate of the local fire chief indicating local ability to deal with any emergency at the explosives facility; and
      (8)   The road conditions around the explosives facility providing access to the explosives facility and the routes to be traveled.
   (E)   As a condition of receiving an explosives storage license, the proposed licensee shall agree that should action be required by the county against the proposed licensee to enforce this chapter or any provisions of the explosives storage license granted to the proposed licensee, then the proposed licensee shall pay all reasonable costs associated with the enforcement action including attorneys’ fees as the court may adjudge reasonable.
(Ord. 85-3, passed 2-12-1985)  Penalty, see § 94.99