A.   The space below the surface, upon the surface, and above the surface of public property primarily used by Utilities, including watershed areas, may be used and occupied for any purpose not inconsistent with this chapter, other provisions of this Code, regulations established by the Utilities Chief Executive Officer, or other laws and ordinances regulating the use and occupancy of the public property; provided, however, it shall be unlawful for any person to use or occupy the space, whether below, upon or above the surface of the public property, or to construct any device or structure thereupon as hereinafter set forth except by and under the authority of a revocable permit granted and issued by the Utilities Chief Executive Officer.
   B.   The Utilities Chief Executive Officer, pursuant to section 12.1.107 of this article, shall have the authority to establish regulations governing the issuance or denial of the permits, insurance requirements, fees, and permit terms and conditions necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare, and the safety and welfare of Utilities operations, equipment and facilities. (Ord. 01-42; Ord. 18-42)