§ 154.037 INSPECTIONS.
   (A)   At least five days prior to commencing construction for public streets the applicant shall pay an inspection fee equal to:
      (1)   Two percent of the cost of the construction; or
      (2)   The estimated cost of inspection by the Town Engineer.
   (B)   The inspection fee shall be payable to the town stating the purpose of the fee. The applicant shall notify the Clerk-Treasurer in writing of the time when construction is proposed to commence so that inspection can be made to assure that all specifications and requirements will be met.
   (C)   If upon inspection, it is found that any of the construction is not in accordance with the approved plans and specifications, the Town Council or its designee shall so report to the Clerk-Treasurer. The Clerk-Treasurer shall then notify the applicant and, if applicable, the bonding company, and take all necessary steps to preserve the rights of the town under the conditions of the bond.
   (D)   The applicant is required to provide for maintenance and for snow removal on the constructed public streets and sidewalks until they are accepted by the Town Council.
   (E)   In accordance with § 154.006 of this chapter, inspections may be performed by any duly appointed engineer for the town or by any other qualified street construction engineer designated by the Town Council to undertake the inspection duties prescribed by this chapter.
(2011 Code, § 154.26) (Ord. 2007-02, passed 3-5-2007)