Details for Ordinance No. 255

CITY OF ORONO HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA ORDINANCE NO. 255 THIRD SERIES AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES PERTAINING TO THE BUILDING CODE, APPEALS, PLUMBING PLAN REVIEW AND STATE STATUTE REFERENCES THE CITY COUNCIL OF ORONO ORDAINS: SECTION 1. Sec. 86-01 shall be amended by adding text to read as follows: Sec. 86-1. Permits and special requirements for moving buildings. (a) Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this section, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this subsection, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: Street means all streets and highways in the city which are not state trunk highways, county state-aid highways, or county roads. (b) Moving permit required and application. (1) It is unlawful for any person to move a building on any street without a moving permit from the city. (2) The application for a moving permit shall state the approximate size and weight of the structure or building proposed to be moved, together with the places from and to which it is proposed to move the structure or building, and proposed route to be followed, proposed dates and times of moving and parking, and the name and address of the proposed mover. Such application shall also state any municipal utility, street and public property repairs or alterations that will be required by reason of such movement. (c) Permit and fee. The moving permit shall state the date or dates of moving, hours, routing, movement and parking. Permits shall be issued only for moving buildings by building movers licensed by the state. Fees to be charged shall be separate for each of the following: (1) A moving permit fee to cover use of streets and route approval; and (2) A fee equal to the anticipated amount required to compensate the city for any municipal utility and public property (other than streets) repairs or alterations occasioned by such movement, which shall be paid in advance. (d) Building permit and code compliance. Before any building is moved from one location to another within the city, or from a point of origin without the city to a destination within the city, regardless of the route of movement, it shall be inspected and a building permit shall have been issued for at least the work necessary to bring it into full compliance with the state building code, including site, utility, and foundation work. (e) Proof of tax payment. It is unlawful to move any building (including a manufactured home) if the point of origin or destination (or both) is within the city, and regardless of the route of movement, without having paid in full all real and personal property taxes and special assessments due on the building, and filing written proof of such payment with the city. SECTION 2. Sections. 86-38 through 86-43 shall be amended by adding and deleting text to read as follows: Sec. 86-38. Codes adopted by reference. The Minnesota State Building Code, as adopted by the commissioner of administration pursuant to Minn. Stat. 326B.101-.16, including all of the amendments, rules and regulations established, adopted and published from time to time by the Minnesota Commissioner of Administration, through the Building Codes and Standards Division is hereby adopted by reference with the exception of the optional chapters, unless specifically adopted in this ordinance. The Minnesota State Building Code is hereby incorporated in this section as if fully set out herein. Sec. 86-39. Application, administration and enforcement. (a) The application, administration, and enforcement of the code shall be in accordance with Minnesota State Building Code, MN Statute 326B.121, as amended from time to time. (b) The code enforcement agency of this municipality is called the Community Development Department. (c) This code shall be enforced by the Minnesota Certified Building Official designated by this Municipality to administer the Code (Minn. Stat. 326B.133, subd. 1). (d) Prior to installation of a system of plumbing other than for a single-family dwelling with independent plumbing service, complete plumbing plans and specifications, together with any additional information that the Building Official may require, shall be submitted and approved by the Building Official, subject to applicable state law. No construction shall proceed except in accordance with the approved plans. Any alteration or extension of any existing plumbing system shall be subject to these same requirements. (e) Upon receipt of an application, the City shall forward to the state for review all plumbing plans and specifications for the following types of projects within the city: (1) State licensed facilities as defined in Section 326B.103, subdivision 13 (2) public buildings as defined in Section 326B.103, subdivision 11; and (3) projects of a special nature for which department review is requested by either the city or the state. Sec. 86-40. Permits and fees. (a) The issuance of permits and the collection of fees shall be as authorized in Minn. Rule 1300. (b) Permit fees shall be assessed for work governed by this Code in accordance with the fee schedule adopted by the municipality in Ordinance No. 22, 3rd series. In addition, a surcharge fee shall be collected on all permits issued for work governed by this Code in accordance with Minn. Stat. 326B.148. Sec. 86-41. Purposefully Left Blank Sec. 86-42. Violations and penalties. A violation of the Code is a misdemeanor (Minn. Stat. 326B.082). Sec. 86-43. Building code optional chapters. (a) The Minnesota State Building Code, established pursuant to Minn. Stat. 326B.101-.16 allows the municipality to adopt by reference and enforce certain optional chapters of the most current edition of the Minnesota State Building Code. (b) The following optional provisions identified in the most current edition of the State Building Code in Minnesota Rules, Chapter 1306, Special Fire Protection Systems are hereby adopted and incorporated as part of the Building Code for this municipality. (1) 1306.0020, Subpart 2. SECTION 3. EFFECTIVE DATE: This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its passage and publication. ADOPTED this 12th day of April, 2021 on a vote of 4 ayes and 0 nays by the City Council of Orono, Minnesota. ATTEST: Anna Carlson, City Clerk Dennis Walsh, Mayor Published in the Laker Pioneer April 17, 2021 1130310

CITY OF ORONO
HENNEPIN COUNTY,
MINNESOTA
ORDINANCE NO. 255
THIRD SERIES
AN ORDINANCE
AMENDING THE CODE
OF ORDINANCES
PERTAINING TO THE
BUILDING CODE,
APPEALS, PLUMBING
PLAN REVIEW AND STATE
STATUTE REFERENCES

THE CITY COUNCIL OF ORONO ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. Sec. 86-01 shall be
amended by adding text to read as
follows:
Sec. 86-1. Permits and special
requirements for moving buildings.
(a) Definitions. The following
words, terms and phrases, when
used in this section, shall have
the meanings ascribed to them in
this subsection, except where the
context clearly indicates a different
meaning:
Street means all streets and
highways in the city which are not
state trunk highways, county stateaid highways, or county roads.
(b) Moving permit required and
application.
(1) It is unlawful for any person to
move a building on any street without a moving permit from the city.
(2) The application for a moving
permit shall state the approximate
size and weight of the structure or
building proposed to be moved,
together with the places from and
to which it is proposed to move
the structure or building, and proposed route to be followed, proposed dates and times of moving
and parking, and the name and address of the proposed mover. Such
application shall also state any
municipal utility, street and public
property repairs or alterations that
will be required by reason of such
movement.
(c) Permit and fee. The moving
permit shall state the date or dates
of moving, hours, routing, movement and parking. Permits shall be
issued only for moving buildings
by building movers licensed by the
state. Fees to be charged shall be
separate for each of the following:
(1) A moving permit fee to cover
use of streets and route approval;
and
(2) A fee equal to the anticipated amount required to compensate
the city for any municipal utility and
public property (other than streets)
repairs or alterations occasioned
by such movement, which shall be
paid in advance.
(d) Building permit and code
compliance. Before any building
is moved from one location to another within the city, or from a point
of origin without the city to a destination within the city, regardless
of the route of movement, it shall
be inspected and a building permit
shall have been issued for at least
the work necessary to bring it into
full compliance with the state building code, including site, utility, and
foundation work.
(e) Proof of tax payment. It is
unlawful to move any building (including a manufactured home) if
the point of origin or destination
(or both) is within the city, and regardless of the route of movement,
without having paid in full all real
and personal property taxes and
special assessments due on the
building, and filing written proof of
such payment with the city.
SECTION 2. Sections. 86-38
through 86-43 shall be amended
by adding and deleting text to read
as follows:
Sec. 86-38. Codes adopted by
reference.
The Minnesota State Building
Code, as adopted by the commissioner of administration pursuant
to Minn. Stat. §§ 326B.101-.16,
including all of the amendments,
rules and regulations established,
adopted and published from time
to time by the Minnesota Commissioner of Administration, through
the Building Codes and Standards
Division is hereby adopted by reference with the exception of the
optional chapters, unless specifically adopted in this ordinance. The
Minnesota State Building Code is
hereby incorporated in this section
as if fully set out herein.
Sec. 86-39. Application, administration and enforcement.
(a) The application, administration, and enforcement of the code
shall be in accordance with Minnesota State Building Code, MN Statute 326B.121, as amended from
time to time.
(b) The code enforcement agency of this municipality is called the
Community Development Department.
(c) This code shall be enforced
by the Minnesota Certified Building
Official designated by this Municipality to administer the Code (Minn.
Stat. § 326B.133, subd. 1).
(d) Prior to installation of a
system of plumbing other than
for a single-family dwelling with
independent plumbing service,
complete plumbing plans and
specifications, together with any
additional information that the
Building Official may require, shall
be submitted and approved by the
Building Official, subject to applicable state law. No construction shall
proceed except in accordance with
the approved plans. Any alteration
or extension of any existing plumbing system shall be subject to these
same requirements.
(e) Upon receipt of an application, the City shall forward to the
state for review all plumbing plans
and specifications for the following
types of projects within the city:
(1) State licensed facilities as
defined in Section 326B.103, subdivision 13
(2) public buildings as defined
in Section 326B.103, subdivision
11; and
(3) projects of a special nature
for which department review is
requested by either the city or the
state.
Sec. 86-40. Permits and fees.
(a) The issuance of permits and
the collection of fees shall be as authorized in Minn. Rule 1300.
(b) Permit fees shall be assessed
for work governed by this Code in
accordance with the fee schedule adopted by the municipality
in Ordinance No. 22, 3rd series.
In addition, a surcharge fee shall
be collected on all permits issued
for work governed by this Code
in accordance with Minn. Stat. §
326B.148.
Sec. 86-41. Purposefully Left
Blank
Sec. 86-42. Violations and
penalties.
A violation of the Code is a misdemeanor (Minn. Stat. § 326B.082).
Sec. 86-43. Building code optional chapters.
(a) The Minnesota State Building Code, established pursuant to
Minn. Stat. §§ 326B.101-.16 allows
the municipality to adopt by reference and enforce certain optional
chapters of the most current edition of the Minnesota State Building Code.
(b) The following optional provisions identified in the most current
edition of the State Building Code
in Minnesota Rules, Chapter 1306,
Special Fire Protection Systems are
hereby adopted and incorporated
as part of the Building Code for this
municipality.
(1) 1306.0020, Subpart 2.
SECTION 3. EFFECTIVE DATE:
This ordinance shall take effect
immediately upon its passage and
publication.
ADOPTED this 12th day of April,
2021 on a vote of 4 ayes and 0 nays
by the City Council of Orono, Minnesota.
ATTEST:
Anna Carlson, City Clerk
Dennis Walsh, Mayor
Published in the
Laker Pioneer
April 17, 2021
1130310

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