§ 97.036  PERMIT REQUIRED FOR WORK WITHIN PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY; FEE.
   (A)   Work performed within public street rights-of-way, public utility easements, within public alley rights-of-way, or within any property line limits owned or controlled by the city shall require a work permit from the city.  The work permit shall be granted by the Director of Public Works upon a determination by him that the permit should be granted and after the payment of a fee of $20 for each application.  It shall not be necessary for the Department of Utilities, Divisions of Water and Sewer to pay the $20 application fee.
   (B)   Before approval is granted, the Public Works Director shall require the applicant to file with the city an agreement or bond satisfactory to the city, to indemnify and hold harmless the city from any and all claims, injuries, damage, and costs resulting to the city and arising and growing out of the work.  The bond requirements shall not apply to the Department of Utilities, Divisions of Water and Sewer.  No work on any property owned or controlled by the city shall commence prior to issuance of a permit by the Public Works Director's office. All work shall be performed in compliance with city specifications where applicable.
('83 Code, § 98.36) (Ord. 47-1982, passed 6-3-82)  Penalty, see § 97.999