(A)   Upon the request of any person, private contractor, public utility, firm, partnership, association or corporation, including the Brazil Waterworks and the City of Brazil Sewage Department (city utility), to the Street Department to repair and make reclamation of any public street, alley, sidewalk or other public right-of-way located within the corporate limits, which has been dug, damaged, excavated or removed by the person or city utility requesting same, the city shall charge the person or city utility the following schedule of charges for making necessary repairs and reclamation:
      (1)   Actual cost of materials used;
      (2)   $10 per hour per person for labor;
      (3)   $15 per hour per truck used; and
      (4)   $25 per hour per backhoe used.
   (B)   (1)   To request the city to repair or make reclamation as provided in division (A) above, the person or city utility shall file a request for same with the Clerk-Treasurer.
      (2)   The Clerk-Treasurer shall then issue a written work order to the Street Department Supervisor specifying the location of the needed work signed by the Mayor as authorizing the work do be performed.
   (C)   (1)   Upon completion of the necessary repairs or reclamation, the Street Department Supervisor shall submit a "Street Repair Completion Report" to the Clerk-Treasurer which specifies the date of the work order, date and location of the work done, description and cost of materials used, number of person hours used, number of truck hours used and number of backhoe hours used.
      (2)   The Street Department Supervisor shall sign the report approving it before submitting it to the Clerk-Treasurer for payment.
      (3)   This section applies to any repairs, improvement, reclamation or work done, called for or required by §§ 153.06, 153.07(B), 153.08, 153.12 and 153.13.
      (4)   Upon failure of any person, excluding city utilities, to pay the designated charges for any work performed and materials purchased by the Street Department personnel pursuant to this section within 60 days of the date the bill was sent by the Clerk-Treasurer to the person, the city may utilize any and all legal and equitable remedies available to it to collect the charges.
(1982 Code, § 95.68)  (Ord. 13-1982, passed 7-26-1982)