§ 50-126. Permit fees.  


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  • (a)

    §F105.6 Required operational permits.

    Operational permits are for a period not to exceed two years and 30 days from date of issuance unless other specified. For locations requiring more than two permits, all permits shall be applied for. A master operational permit fee will cover permits of three or more.

    (b)

    The following permits are per occurrence per location permits and are valid for time period specified on permit not to exceed 120 days.

    (1)

    §F105.6.2 Amusement buildings.

    (2)

    §F105.6.4 Carnivals and fairs.

    (3)

    §F105.6.14 Exhibits and trade shows.

    (4)

    §F105.6.18 Floor finishing.

    (5)

    §F105.6.20 Fumigation and thermal insecticidal fogging.

    (6)

    §F105.6.24 Hot work operations.

    (7)

    §F105.6.31 Open burning.

    (8)

    §F105.6.36 Pyrotechnic special effects material.

    (9)

    §F105.6.43 Temporary membrane structures, tents and canopies.

    (c)

    Exception to operational permit fees.

    (1)

    Governmental Entities, Taxing Entities, and 501c(3) Tax Exempt Corporations as authorized by the IRS, are exempt from operational permit fees.

    (2)

    A combustible fibers permit is not required for agricultural storage.

    (3)

    A compressed gas permit is not required for vehicles equipped for and using compressed gas as a fuel for propelling the vehicle.

    (4)

    A cryogenic fluids permit is not required for vehicles equipped for and using cryogenic fluids as a fuel for propelling the vehicle or for refrigerating the lading.

    (d)

    The following permits are required for construction:

    (1)

    §F105.7.1 Automatic fire-extinguishing systems. Provided, however, that maintenance performed in accordance with this code is not considered a modification and does not require a permit.

    (2)

    §F105.7.2 The installation, abandonment, removal, placement out of service, closure, or substantial modification of a compressed gas system, or the repair of damage to such system, when the compressed gases in use or storage exceed the amounts listed in Table F105.6.9. The permit applicant shall apply for approval to close facilities at least 30 days prior to the termination of the storage, use, or handling of compressed or liquefied gases. Such application shall include any change or alteration of the facility closure plan filed pursuant to § F2701.5.3. The 30-day period may be waived based on special circumstances requiring such waiver. Provided, however, that a permit is not required for:

    (A)

    Routine maintenance; or

    (B)

    Emergency repair work performed on an emergency basis, if an application for a permit is made within two working days of commencement of work.

    (3)

    §F105.7.3 Fire alarm and detection systems and related equipment. Provided, however, that maintenance performed in accordance with this code is not considered a modification and does not require a permit.

    (4)

    §F105.7.4 Fire pumps and related equipment. Provided, however, that maintenance performed in accordance with this code is not considered a modification and does not require a permit.

    (5)

    §F105.7.5 Flammable and combustible liquids.

    (6)

    §F105.7.6 The installation, abandonment, removal, placement out of service, closure, or substantial modification of a hazardous materials system, or the repair of damage to such system, when the hazardous materials, in use or storage exceed the amounts listed in Table F105.6.21. Provided, however, that a permit is not required for:

    (A)

    Routine maintenance; or

    (B)

    Emergency repair work performed on an emergency basis, if an application for a permit is made within two working days of commencement of work.

    (7)

    §F105.7.7 Industrial ovens. Provided, however, that a permit is not required for:

    (A)

    Routine maintenance; or

    (B)

    Emergency repair work performed on an emergency basis, if an application for a permit is made within two working days of commencement of work.

    (8)

    §F105.7.8 LP-gas.

    (9)

    §F105.7.9 Private fire hydrants

    (10)

    §F105.7.10 Spraying or dipping.

    (11)

    §F105.7.11 The installation, modification, or removal from service of a standpipe system. Provided, however, that maintenance performed in accordance with this code is not considered a modification and does not require a permit.

    (12)

    §F105.7.12 Temporary membrane structures, tents and canopies. Provided, however, that the following are not required to obtain a permit:

    (A)

    Tents used exclusively for recreational camping purposes.

    (B)

    Funeral tents and curtains or extensions attached thereto, when used for funeral services.

    (C)

    Fabric canopies and awnings open on all sides which comply with all of the following:

    (i)

    Individual canopies shall have a maximum size of 700 square feet (65 m ).

    (ii)

    The aggregate area of multiple canopies placed side by side without a fire break clearance of 12 feet shall not exceed 700 square feet (3658 mm) total.

    (iii)

    A minimum clearance of 12 feet (3658 mm) to structures and other tents shall be maintained.

(Ord. No. 0-37-01, 12-10-2001; Ord. No. O-38A-06, § XVI, 11-13-2006)