City of Aurora, MO
Lawrence County
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[R.O. 1993 § 505.010; Code 1972 § 6-8; CC 1988 § 5-41; Ord. No. 2010-2861 § 1, 2-9-2010]
No person shall move any structure, building or residence from its present site for the purpose of locating it elsewhere for its continued use on another site unless it fully complies with the Building Code adopted in Section 500.020.
[R.O. 1993 § 505.020; Code 1972 § 6-9; CC 1988 § 5-42]
Any structure, building or dwelling which cannot be further used for its present occupancy or remodeled within the requirements of the Building Code for a different occupancy on its present site, cannot be moved elsewhere for use on another site, but must be dismantled or otherwise destroyed.
[R.O. 1993 § 505.030; Code 1972 § 6-10; CC 1988 § 5-43]
Where the City Council finds that extraordinary hardships may result from strict compliance with the terms of this Chapter, it may vary the terms so that substantial justice may be done and the public interest secured. Such variance will not have the effect of nullifying the intent and purpose of this Chapter.
[R.O. 1993 § 505.040; Code 1972 § 32-3; CC 1988 § 5-44]
Any contractor or person in charge of the work of moving buildings of any description from one (1) place to another within the corporate limits of the City, where it is necessary to use the streets or alleys for such purpose, shall move same to one side of the street at night so the public can pass between the object being moved and the sidewalk. There shall be placed at each corner of such object, by the person in charge, a lantern showing a red light between the time of darkness and daylight. Such object being moved shall not occupy the streets for an unnecessary length of time, but the work of moving shall be continuous and without delay except by special written permission of the Building Official.
Cross Reference: Streets, sidewalks and other public places, Ch. 535.