Village of Richfield, WI
Washington County
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A. 
Required. No person shall move any building or structure into, out of, or within the Village without first obtaining a permit therefor from the Building Inspector as provided in this section.
B. 
Application. Application for a moving permit shall be in writing upon a form furnished by the Building Inspector. Such application shall state the following:
(1) 
The name and address of the owner of the building or structure to be moved.
(2) 
Pictures of the building to be moved.
(3) 
The present location of the building to be moved.
(4) 
The route of travel.
(5) 
The name of the municipality to which the structure is to be moved.
(6) 
The legal description of the premises to which the building or structure is to be moved.
(7) 
Proof of permission to so locate, if applicable.
(8) 
If to be located within the Village, a plat or survey showing the location of the building or structure on such premises.
(9) 
If to be located within the Village, the names and addresses of the owners of the property within 300 feet of the premises on which the building or structure is to be located.
(10) 
The use being made of the premises within 300 feet of the premises on which the building or structure is to be located.
C. 
Fee. For the moving permit fee see § 135-51B.
If a structure is moved across any Village street or highway, a road repair bond shall be furnished by the applicant sufficient to cover possible road damage. A certificate of insurance shall also be filed with the application for a permit.
If the building or structure being moved is to be located within the Village, prior to the issuance of a moving permit, a public hearing shall be held by the Plan Commission regarding the site to which the building or structure is to be moved. Notice of such meeting shall be mailed to the last known address of the owners of property within 300 feet of the proposed site.
A. 
If the building or structure being moved is to be located within the Village, the Plan Commission shall determine the following:
(1) 
Whether or not the architecture and condition of the proposed building to be located would adversely affect values of land in that area; if the Plan Commission finds that such values would be adversely affected, the application for a permit shall be denied.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(2) 
The amount of the bond to be posted for compliance with the requirements of the Plan Commission.
(3) 
Such other requirements as would make such structure or building comply with the general welfare, beauty, and harmony of the neighborhood.
B. 
The determination of the Plan Commission shall be set forth in writing and shall become a part of the moving permit, if issued.