§ 17.74  DENIAL OF PERMIT.
   The may deny a permit based on any of the following grounds:
   (a)   Failure to register pursuant to § 17.66 of this code;
   (b)   The is subject to revocation of a prior permit issued pursuant to this Article IV:
   (c)   The proposed schedule for work would conflict or interfere with an exhibition, celebration, festival or any other similar event;
   (d)   The proposed schedule conflicts with scheduled or total or partial reconstruction of the right-of-way;
   (e)   The fails to comply with the requirements of this Article IV or other provisions of this code;
   (f)   The proposed excavation within a street or sidewalk surface has been constructed or reconstructed within the preceding five years, unless the determines that no other locations are feasible or that an exists necessitating the excavation;
   (g)   The determines that the right-of-way would become unduly congested with the installation of the proposed and associated therewith;
   (h)   Adjacent or nearby business or residential uses would be unreasonably disrupted; and
   (i)   The determines that denial is necessary to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public or protect the right-of-way and its current use.
(Ord. 98-54, passed 11-16-1998; Ord. 2006-32, passed 7-24-2006)