[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Springville 11-19-1979 as Ch. 54 of the 1979 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Any person desiring to move any building or part of a building along, through or across any street or highway shall make written application for a permit to the Village Board, describing the building proposed to be moved, whether the same is to be moved as a whole or in separate parts, the location of the premises from which and of the premises to which and along and across what streets and highways it is proposed to move the same.
Said application shall be signed and acknowledged and, if made by a partnership, shall specify the names of the general partners thereof and, if a corporation, the names and residence addresses of its president and secretary and the name of the state under the laws of which the same is organized. The application shall be accompanied by:
Acknowledgments from the electric, telephone, telegraph, television cable or other public utility and service companies maintaining wires, cables or structures in the path of the proposed route and whose cooperation or permission is required in order to expedite passage of such building; and
A certificate of insurance in the name of the building owner or in the name of the person, partnership or corporation performing the move on behalf of the building owner. Such certificate shall evidence commercial general liability and commercial auto liability coverages or their equivalent with limits of liability of no less than $1,000,000 combined for bodily injury and property damage and shall name the Village of Springville as an additional insured with respect to any and all damages, loss, costs and expenses which it may be compelled to pay by reason of injury or alleged injury to persons or property arising from the moving of the building and shall further evidence an agreement to waive any right of recovery which the company providing said coverage may have against the Village of Springville by reason of any alleged or actual negligence on the part of the village arising from the move and shall further evidence workers' compensation insurance meeting all statutory requirements. Such certificate shall be approved by the Village Board as to form, manner of execution and sufficiency of the insurer, and it may reject the same and require a new or additional insurer or change in the manner of execution if, in its sole judgment, the insurer is not sufficient or said certificate does not comply with the provisions of this chapter.