§ 150.068 ISSUANCE OF PERMIT
(A) Other requirements. Any person requesting a permit must, prior to requesting a permit from the city, obtain all other permits which may be required. (B) Examination of application. The City Engineer shall examine or cause to be examined each application and the information furnished in connection therewith; shall ascertain by such examination that the construction of the pool will not adversely affect the public safety, health, convenience, comfort and general welfare of the city and will be in accordance with the requirements of this chapter and all other pertinent laws, ordinances and deed restrictions. (C) Action on application. (1) Approval. The City Engineer shall act upon the application for a permit without unreasonable or unnecessary delay. If satisfied that the pool, hot tub, whirlpool or spa as described in the application and information furnished in connection therewith will not adversely affect the public safety, health, convenience, comfort and general welfare of the residents of the city; conforms to the requirements of this chapter and all other pertinent laws, ordinances, and deed restrictions, he or she shall so report to the City Commission which, if it concurs, shall issue a permit therefore. (2) Disapproval. If the application for a permit and the information filed therewith describe work that does conform to the requirements of this chapter or all other pertinent laws, ordinances and deed restrictions, or does not contain sufficient information, the City Engineer shall so report to the City Commission, and, if the report is concurred in by the City Commission, no permit shall be issued and the applicant shall be so notified. The refusal shall be in writing and shall contain the reasons therefore. (Ord. 90-09, passed 12-17-90)[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab]All pools or pool areas within the city shall be enclosed by fence at least 40 inches in height. Any gate or other entry through the fence must be capable of being locked. (Ord. 90-09, passed 1217-90) Penalty, see § 150.999
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