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Session Laws, 1975
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4924

MUNICIPAL CHARTERS

person, firm or corporation from erecting, constructing,
enlarging, altering, repairing, improving, moving or
demolishing any building or structure without first
obtaining a separate building permit for each building or
structure from the COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, and

WHEREAS, The COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR must
examine all plans and specifications for the proposed
construction when application is made to him for a
building permit.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BURGESS AND
COMMISSIONERS OF WOODSBORO, as follows:

1.    That the COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
shall review all building permit applications for new
construction or substantial improvements to determine
whether proposed building sites will be reasonably safe
from flooding. If a proposed building site is in a
location that has a flood hazard, any proposed new
construction or substantial improvement (including
prefabricated and mobile homes) must

(i) Be designed (or modified) and
anchored to prevent flotation, collapse, or lateral
movement of the structure, and

(ii) Use construction materials and
utility equipment that are resistant to flood damage, and

(iii) Use construction methods and
practices that will minimize flood damage; and

2.    That the (COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR)
shall review subdivision proposals and other proposed new
developments to assure that

(i) All such proposals are consistent
with the need to minimize flood damage

(ii) All public utilities and
facilities, such as sewer, gas, electrical, and water
systems, are located, elevated, and constructed to
minimize or eliminate flood damage, and

(iii) Adequate drainage is provided so
as to reduce exposure to flood hazards; and

3.    That the (COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR)
shall require new or replacement water supply systems
and/or sanitary sewage systems and discharges from the
systems into flood waters, and require on—site waste
disposal systems to be located so as to avoid impairment
of them or contamination from them during flooding.

Date Passed: December 9, 1974.

 

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