(Amended by Ordinance No. 176955, effective October 9, 2002.)
A. The Harbor Master in coordination with the Director of the Bureau of Development Services shall cause to be inspected, not less than every 5 years, all docks, sheds, warehouses, or other structures within the harbor limits, which shall extend out over water or unfilled land. After the inspection, a safe loading limit, in pounds, shall be posted at the entrance to the building, and no loading shall be over this limit at any time.
B. Whenever the Director of the Bureau of Development Services and/or Harbor Master, as officers of the City, finds that any such structure is becoming dangerous due to decay, rot, faulty design, or any other condition, he/she may limit the load, and the load limit shall be posted at the entrance to the structure; and if found unsafe, he/she may order the structure closed until repaired or removed. The Harbor Master or his/her assistants shall enforce these orders when so notified by the Director of the Bureau of Development Services.
C. They do not assume the responsibility for the safe manner and use of any structure, or damages from any loading, except where the structures are owned in whole or in part by the City.