Editor's Note: Former Sections 23-1 through 23-4, pertaining to Site Plan Review, previously codified herein and containing portions of Ordinance Nos. 11-82 and 92-15 were repealed. See Volume II, Zoning and Land Development for Site Plan Review.
[Ord. #1182, § 7.1]
The following regulations shall be applicable to all construction projects undertaken in the City of Ocean City.
[Ord. #1182, § 7-1.1; Ord. #93-13]
No materials, trailers and/or vehicles shall be parked overnight on any street or alley without prior issuance of a permit for such activity. The permit shall be issued by the Chief of Police following the filing of an application for same, indicating the exact location and the length of time required for parking. After satisfying himself as to the safety and appropriate nature of the location, the Chief of Police may issue a permit for a specific space for a maximum of thirty (30) days. The permit may be renewed for an additional thirty (30) day period up to a maximum of one hundred eighty (180) days. Any person requiring more than one hundred eighty (180) days for such a permit shall justify said need in writing thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of his permit. Upon receipt of said notice, the Chief of Police may issue a permit for additional thirty (30) day periods as he deems necessary.
The fee for the permit shall be as follows and shall be applicable during the months of June, July, August and September:
During all other months of the year, the fee for such permit shall be thirty ($30.00) dollars per thirty (30) days for each twenty (20') feet of linear space or portion thereof.
Any extension beyond one hundred eighty (180) days shall have a fee of fifty ($50.00) dollars per thirty (30) day period.
[Ord. #1182, § 7-1.2]
Following construction of any improvement, no occupancy permit for any use shall be issued until the Construction Official certifies that all streets and public sidewalks abutting the subject property are in good repair and free from any construction-related damage.
[Ord. #1182, § 7-1.3]
Any project containing more than five thousand (5,000) square feet of floor area in new construction, shall have a construction type, temporary fence, at least eight (8') feet in height enclosing the full perimeter of the property.
[Ord. #1182, § 7-1.4]
No material resulting from demolition of any structure shall be dumped or buried in the City of Ocean City with the exception of brick, concrete, concrete block or asphalt. Those allowable materials shall be covered by at least twelve (12") inches of earth or gravel and may only be deposited in a location approved by the City Engineer.
[Ord. #1182, § 7-1.5]
Any project containing more than three thousand (3,000) square feet of floor area shall be required to have an approved schedule of material deliveries and designated routes for delivery trucks. Upon application for a building permit, the developer shall produce such a schedule for review by the Construction Official, the police and Engineering Department. Recognizing that certain streets in the City of Ocean City have greater load capacities than others, the City Engineer shall designate in writing the exact route which all delivery trucks shall follow and shall issue a permit indicating same.
Recognizing that certain hours are more conducive to the orderly flow of traffic and therefore to the scheduling of delivery of construction materials and/or equipment, the Chief of Police shall approve such times for the delivery of materials in advance by at least one week, providing that no deliveries shall be made on weekends or before the hour of 8:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. on any day of the week.
[Ord. #1182, § 7-1.6]
Any movement or relocation of a structure requiring use of the streets of Ocean City shall be required to have an approved schedule and route in a written permit issued by the City Engineer's Office.
Upon application for such a permit, the applicant shall file a moving plan and schedule. Said plan shall be reviewed by the City Engineer for routing and by the Chief of Police for traffic scheduling. The plan shall be submitted at least seven (7) days prior to the actual move. In no case shall any structure be moved on Saturdays or Sundays. No movement or relocation shall be permitted between Memorial Day and Labor Day except in case of emergency.
[Ord. #1182, § 7-1.7]
No piling, for any purpose, shall be driven before 9:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m., and in no case shall any piling be driven on Sundays.