§49-13.
Relocation
The ZBA must issue a Certificate of Appropriateness for the move before any other necessary permits
can be obtained.  The HRC may provide a recommendation to the Zoning Board of Adjustment
A.
Proper documentation shall be made prior to relocation of a historic building, including
documenting its original setting and context, photographs, site plans, other graphic materials,
and/or written statements to record the existing site conditions as necessary. 
B.
Contractors experienced in moving historic structures shall be enlisted to do the following: 
(1)
Determine the structural condition of the property. 
(2)
Coordinate with the utility companies and county and municipal
departments. 
(3)
Protect the structure from vandalism or weather damage during the move. 
(4)
Minimize structural damage during the move. 
C.
Relocation of a structure shall not diminish or damage existing historic landmark buildings. 
D.
The HRC
and ZBA shall be provided with a site plan for the proposed site features of the new
setting, including information on accessory buildings, driveways, site lighting, and parking
areas.