Permits required are as follows: The application for permits shall be made in writing upon a blank form to be furnished by the Building Inspector and shall state the name and address of the owner of the building and the owner of the land on which it is to be erected, the name and address of the designer, and shall set forth a legal description of the land on which the building is to be located, the location of the building, the house number thereof and such other information as the Building Inspector may require.
With such application, there shall be submitted to the Building Inspector two complete sets of plans, specifications and two copies of a survey. The survey shall be prepared and certified by a surveyor registered by the State of Wisconsin; shall be made in no case prior to one year prior to the issuance of a building permit; and shall bear the date of the survey.
A written statement to this effect shall be filed by the architect or engineer with the Building Inspector with the application for a permit. The plans shall show the present and proposed grades of the lot on which it is proposed to erect the building for which a building permit is sought and of the immediately adjoining property in sufficient detail to indicate the surface water drainage before and after the completion of grading.
No permit shall be issued if the erection of the building and the proposed grades shall unreasonably obstruct the building and the proposed grades shall unreasonably obstruct the natural flow of water from the surface of adjoining property or obstruct the flow of any existing ravine, ditch, drain, or stormwater sewer draining neighboring property, unless suitable provision is made for such flow by means of an adequate ditch or pipe, which shall be shown on the plans and shall be constructed so as to provide continuous drainage at all times. No dwelling shall be erected nor shall existing provision for conveyance of water from the roof of any dwelling be altered or replaced unless provision is made to convey water from the roof of the dwelling in such a manner that such water will not, directly or indirectly, pass thence into the sanitary sewer system.
Whenever any officer or employee of the Village is authorized to enter any building or premises for the purpose of making an inspection to enforce any ordinance, the officer or employee may enter such building or premises at all reasonable times to inspect the same; provided that the officer or employee shall effect entry in the manner provided in Subsection B2 of this section, except in emergency situations, or when consent of the person having charge or control of such building or premises has been otherwise obtained.