CHAPTER IV. BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTIONCHAPTER IV. BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION\ARTICLE 1. FIRE LIMITS

ARTICLE 1. FIRE LIMITS

Every person owning or having charge of any building in the City of Hillsboro in which fire is used, shall have constructed therein flues of brick or stone extending at least two and one-half feet (2 5’) above the roof and no stove except for the purpose of connecting such stove with a properly constructed chimney.

(Ord. 188, Sec. 1; Code 1994, 4-101)

It shall be unlawful for any person, company or corporation to erect on any lot on Main Street in the City between the south side of the A.T. and S.F. Right-of-Way and the north side of Walnut Street any building or addition thereto the wall of which shall be composed of other than stone, brick or cement and the roof of which shall be of other material than sheet-iron, tin, slate, tiling, rubberoid, or other noncombustible substance. Provided, That buildings not over fifty (50) feet long abutting on the alleys back of Main Street may be constructed of wooden frames covered with sheet-irons or tin.

(Ord. 188, Sec. 2; Code 1994, 4-102)