[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Lake Tomahawk 5-11-1988 as §§ 14.02 and 14.03 of the 1988 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 325.
For the purpose of this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- A detached building designed for and to be occupied exclusively for family living either full or part time.
Any building moved into or from one location to another within the Town must first be approved by the Town Board. Application must be made to the Board with sufficient time allowed for inspection by the local Assessor, who shall then place a market value on any building which is to be considered a dwelling. The appraisal fee shall be paid by the applicant.
No building shall be moved into, through or out of the Town on a Town road without a permit obtained from the Town Clerk. The moving of a building shall be continuous during all hours of the day, day by day and at night if the permit so directs until completed, with the least possible obstruction to thoroughfares. No building shall be allowed to remain overnight upon any street crossing or intersection. Lighted lanterns shall be kept in conspicuous places at each end of the building during darkness. Every permit to move a building shall state all conditions to be complied with, designate the route to be taken and limit the time for moving.
Upon approval of the dwelling, it shall be placed on a permanent enclosed foundation constructed of poured concrete, cement or cinder blocks with vents and access for maintenance. Such dwelling shall be placed on a permanent foundation within 30 days of approval. Any building moved within the Town which is to be used for business purposes shall be of fireproof construction. This section is in addition to any applicable sections of the County Zoning Ordinance.
Any person receiving a permit to move a building into, within, through or out of the Town shall within one day after such building reaches its destination or leaves the Town limits report that fact to the Town Clerk. Upon receipt of any such report the Clerk or his designee shall inspect the streets over which such building has been moved and ascertain their condition. If the moving of such building has caused any damage to the streets the house mover shall forthwith place them in as good repair as they were before the permit was granted. Upon failure of the mover to do so within 10 days thereafter to the satisfaction of the Town Board, the Board shall cause the repair of such damage to such streets and hold the permittee and the sureties on his bond responsible for the cost.
In the moving of a building out of or through the Town, the provisions of this chapter relating to a type of construction may be omitted. Before a permit is issued to move any building over a public way, the applicant or mover shall provide proof of liability insurance of no less than $1,000,000 each occurrence, $1,000,000 personal and advertising injury, and $1,000,000 property damage.
All buildings so moved into, within or through the Town on Town roads shall be consistent with current zoning regulations.
Except as otherwise provided, any person who violates any provision of this chapter shall be subject to a penalty as provided in § 1-4 of this Code.