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A. Definitions: The following definitions apply to this section:
ENCROACHMENT: Any building, fence, sign or any other structure or object of any kind (with the exception of utilities and public road signs) which is placed, located or maintained, in, on, under or over any portion of the project right of way or the roadway right of way where no project right of way line has been established.
PERMISSIBLE ENCROACHMENT: Any existing awning, marquee advertising sign or similar overhanging structure supported from a building immediately adjacent to the limits of the platted street limits within which the village by concurrence in the establishment of the project right of way lines will permit the state to enter to perform all necessary construction operations.
PROJECT RIGHT OF WAY: Those areas within the project right of way lines established jointly by the village, state, and the federal highway administration, which will be free of encroachments except as defined herein.
ROADWAY RIGHT OF WAY: Those areas on Ogden Avenue existing or acquired by dedication or by fee simple for highway purposes; also, the areas acquired by temporary easement is in effect.
B. Encroachments Prohibited; Exception: It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to erect or cause to be erected, to retain or cause to be retained, any "encroachment", as hereinabove defined, within the limits of the roadway right of way with the following exception: Three (3) lighting units in the vicinity of the driveway of 407 Ogden Avenue.
C. Relation To Other Code Provisions And Ordinances: This section is intended to and shall be in addition to all other ordinances, rules and regulations concerning encroachments and shall not be construed as repealing or rescinding any other ordinance or part of any ordinance unless in direct conflict therewith. (Ord. 90-03-03)