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(A) Any grading necessary between the walk as laid and the curb line, or between the walk and the edge of the sidewalk space as herein established, shall be done at the time of the laying of the walks, so as to leave the sidewalk space at the grade hereinafter described.
(B) The sidewalks, as improved, shall conform with the line described as follows: beginning at the curb line with the established curb grade as determined by the Director of Public Service and/or the City Engineer; thence extending to the street line at right angles to the curb line, with a rise of three-eighths of an inch to the foot; except that, at street intersections, where the grade of the intersecting street prevents compliance with the above provisions, the walk shall be laid under the direction and to the acceptance of the Director of Public Service and/or the City Engineer.
(C) No sidewalk heretofore laid shall be raised or lowered without the approval of the City Engineer and all sidewalks hereafter laid shall be in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and under the supervision of the Director of Public Service and/or the City Engineer.
(D) No curb line or grade for a curb shall be changed, except by the direction and upon the written consent of the Director of Public Service and/or the City Engineer.
(E) Any sidewalk laid on any public street within the city in a manner inconsistent with the provisions of this section shall, upon the recommendation of the Director of Public Service and/or the City Engineer, be ordered relaid to the proper grade. Upon the failure of the property owner to make the change so ordered within the time specified in the notice, the city shall make such change and the costs of such work shall be certified to the County Auditor for placement on the tax duplicate, to be collected as other taxes.
(Prior Code, § 1028.03) (Ord. 109-2001, passed 5-29-2001)