(A)   Before locating any poles or posts, the person, company or corporation desiring so to do shall give notice in writing to the Committee or to the Council of his or her desire to locate certain poles or posts and shall set out in a notice the kind, probable number of the same, the purpose for which the same are to be used, the streets, alleys, sidewalks or public place on which it is desired to locate the same.
   (B)   Whereupon the Street and Alley Committee, together with the person or the representative of the company or corporation shall go over the streets, alleys and public places named in the notice and the Committee shall designate the place where each of the poles, or posts may be erected and maintained, subject, however, to future removal or relocation on reasonable notice from the city in the event of reasonable requirements of street or other public improvements, or if other reasonable necessity should require removal or relocation of any poles or posts so located. The city shall be the sole judge of the reasonable necessity for the removal or relocation of any pole or poles at any subsequent time.
   (C)   The written permit provided for in § 153.30 shall specify the location of each of the poles or posts so designated by the Committee, and it shall be unlawful for any person, company or corporation to erect or maintain any pole or post at a point other than that designated by the Committee.
   (D)   The provisions of this subchapter shall apply to any person, company or corporation authorized under any grant, license or franchise from the city, to erect or maintain any poles or posts in the streets, alleys, sidewalks or public places, as well as to all other persons, companies or corporations not so authorized.
(1982 Code, § 95.56)  (Ord. 29-1931, passed 9-22-1931)