Where can I find the controlling ordinances that govern the issuance of a Building Demolition Permit?
Title 5, Chapter 1 – ADMINISTRATIVE CODE FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
Section 108.2 SITE PLAN.
. . . . In the case of demolition, the site plan shall show construction to be demolished and the location and size of existing structures and construction that are to remain on the site or plot.
Section 110.2 (L) DEMOLITION PERMIT FEE
A demolition permit shall be obtained prior to the demolition or relocation of any building or structure or portion thereof. The fee for a demolition permit shall be determined by applying Table I of this Code.
Table I MISCELLANEOUS VALUATIONS AND FEES
Demolition (fee based upon square footage of structure(s) being demolished) (includes issuance fee) $85.00 if 1,000 square feet or less;
$115.00 if 1,001 square feet or more

Title 11, Chapter 27 – HISTORIC RESOURCES
Section 11-27-6: DEMOLITION OF DESIGNATED HISTORIC RESOUORCES:
A. When any application is made for a demolition permit for a building, or part of a building, within a historic area or district, or for a building of historical significance, the community development department shall delay approval of the demolition for a period of up to forty five (45) days, in order to:
1. Make a historical record, both written (history, floor plans and elevations) and photographic, of the structure and site.
2. Review the condition of the building to determine the impact of the demolition to the neighborhood, and the technical feasibility of preservation of the structure.
3. Allow the historic committee to consider and make recommendations regarding the application.
4. Make the owner aware of economic incentives available to rehabilitate historic resources.
5. Encourage the property owner not to demolish the building until an attempt can be made to locate either suitable tenants to make the building economically viable again or to find a purchaser who is willing to acquire and rehabilitate the structure.
B. The requirement for delay of a demolition permit shall not apply to accessory buildings, except with regard to the historic detached garages at the rear of the residential lots on Ash, Birch and Cherry Streets.
C. The requirement for delay of a demolition permit shall not apply to buildings which are less than fifty (50) years old at the time the demolition permit is requested. (Ord. 1470, 11-22-2011, eff. 12-16-2011)

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