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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 25.09 Protective Systems

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Chapter 25.09
Protective Systems

Sections:

25.09.010 Approval of Board of Public Service required.
25.09.020 Structural and safety assessment report required.
25.09.030 Structural and safety assessment report--Waived when.
25.09.040 Permit issuance.

25.09.010 Approval of Board of Public Service required.

It shall be unlawful for any person to provide a security or protection system, including fencing, around any structure, or part of a structure, on public property without the approval of the Board of Public Service.
(Ord. 64047 1, 1997.)

25.09.020 Structural and safety assessment report required.

Prior to the issuance by the Board of the approval of a protective system, the owner of the property must submit to the Board of Public Service a sealed structural and safety assessment report prepared by a registered engineer licensed by the State of Missouri showing what alternative protection systems can be utilized. The plans shall include the cost and feasibility of a "catch-containment" system, scaffolding system and fencing.
(Ord. 64047 2, 1997.)

25.09.030 Structural and safety assessment report--Waived when.

This report shall not apply in the cases of emergencies as determined by the Building Commissioner or if the structure is less than three stories. The Board may also waive the report if the request is for a security system to prevent illegal entry into the structure.
(Ord. 64047 4, 1997.)

25.09.040 Permit issuance.

The Board, upon the review of the assessment report, may issue a permit with conditions that will adequately protect the general public.
(Ord. 64047 3, 1997.)

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