§ 21-10. Site plan approval.
A site plan is required for all new construction in the Residential District and initial or additional construction in Business-Commercial or Industrial Districts.
A. A site plan is required to be reviewed per the following:
(1) By the Board of Public Works and Utility Committee if the construction requires utility connection and street or curb opening.
(2) By the Board of Public Works if the construction requires street and/or curb opening.
B. All site plans must be reviewed by the Planning Committee and the Building Inspector prior to issuance of the building permit.
C. The site plan must show the following:
(1) Placement of proposed and existing structures.
(2) Size and height of proposed and existing structures.
(3) Required setback lines.
(4) Proposed utility hookups.
(5) Proposed driveway.
§ 21-37. Building permit.
No structure, except signs exempt from the provisions of this chapter, and no building shall be erected, constructed, reconstructed, altered, moved or enlarged until a building permit has been obtained from the Building Inspector.
A. Application. All applications for a building permit shall be accompanied by a site plan, blueprint or engineering drawing showing the location, actual shape and dimensions of the lot to be built upon, the exact size and location on the lot of the proposed or existing building and accessory buildings, the lines within which the building shall be erected, altered or moved, the existing or intended use of each building or part of a building, the number of families the building is intended to accommodate, and such other information with regard to the lot and neighboring lots or buildings as may be necessary for the enforcement of this section. All dimensions shown relating to the location and size of the lot shall be based upon an actual survey. The lot and the location of the building thereon shall be staked out on the ground before construction is started.
B. Exception for minor repairs and remodeling. No building permit shall be required for minor repairs or alterations, as per Housing Code, which do not change the occupancy area, structural strength, fire protection, exits, light or ventilation of the building.
C. Fees. The fee schedule as set by the Common Council shall apply for each building permit and shall accompany each application for a building permit.
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