No antenna or satellite dish for the transmission or reception of electronic signals shall be constructed, altered or enlarged in the Village of Maple Bluff after April 12, 1995, unless the antenna or satellite dish is constructed as part of or affixed to the main structure on the lot in such manner as not to extend over any required front, side or rear yard. No antenna shall extend more than five feet above the highest ridgeline of that portion of the main building of which it is part or to which it is affixed. No satellite dish greater than 24 inches in diameter shall be permitted, nor shall any satellite dish extend above the ridgeline of that portion of the main building of which it is part or to which it is affixed. However, when attachment of the antenna or satellite dish to the main structure renders such antenna or satellite dish nonfunctional, the Building Inspector may permit an alternate location. The Building Inspector shall make a determination that the antenna or satellite dish, when constructed, altered, or enlarged, will not be unreasonably detrimental to the neighboring properties or the Village in terms of appearance, materials, design or location. If the Building Inspector does not so certify, the Building Board shall serve as the final review and determining body.