Setting Minimum WidthOrdinance Number 01-98
AMENDING CHAPTER 22 OF THE MOUNTAIN IRON CITY CODE
THE CITY OF MOUNTAIN IRON ORDAINS:
Section 1. The following shall be added to Section 22.02 of the Mountain Iron City Code:
Width, minimum. The horizontal distance between the outside walls measured perpendicular to the longest dimension of the structure. The qualifying width for structures of varying dimension will be the shortest dimension unless at least 75% of the structure's length qualifies for a wider determination. To qualify all areas of the structure must contain customary heated and occupied living spaces constructed in accordance with the Building Code, or if manufactured housing, certified by the Building Code Division of the Minnesota Department of Administration.
Section 2. The following shall be added to Section 22.16 as Subd. 14 D, of the Mountain Iron City Code:
A building permit is not required for accessory buildings of 100 square feet or less if they are not placed on a permanent foundation and not located in the front yard.
Section 3. The following shall replace Section 22.07 Subd. 4 F, Section 22.08 Subd. 4 F, and Section 22.09 Subd. 4 F, of the Mountain Iron City Code:
Minimum Width of Dwelling Units - 20 feet.
Section 4. The following shall be added to Section 22.21 as Subd. 20, of the Mountain Iron City Code:
Enclosures consisting of a frame work with fabric walls and/or roof will not be permitted in any residential district except to serve as temporary protection for construction being performed under the terms of a building permit.
Section 5. This Ordinance shall be effective according to State Law.
DULY APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL THIS 16TH DAY OF MARCH, 1998.