A.   Obstructing Streets: Any person who shall desire to occupy or obstruct any part of any sidewalk or street during the excavation for any building, or for the storage of materials for the construction, repair or removal of any building, may, after having procured the permits required by law and the provisions of this code, occupy and obstruct for such purposes not more than one-third (1/3) of the width of such street, including the sidewalk, on the conditions hereinafter set forth.
   B.   Enclosing Excavation Required: Any person excavating any portion of the street or sidewalk shall construct and maintain, during the progress of such work, a good and sufficient fence or barrier, from sidewalk to sidewalk, enclosing such excavation; provided, that a driveway may be left in such fence during the actual delivery of material into or from such excavation, such driveway to be safely closed except when in actual use and shall furthermore construct and maintain a sidewalk free from obstructions, from the permanent sidewalk to sidewalk, not less than three feet (3') in width and composed of plank not less than two inches (2") in thickness around such excavation, or such materials, fence or barrier.
   C.   Lights Required: Red or amber lights shall be hung about such excavation or deposit of materials, from dark to daylight of each day that the same shall remain as an obstruction in the sidewalk or street.
   D.   Disposal Of Rubbish: That portion of the sidewalk or street, so to be used, shall be only that portion directly in front of the property to be improved, and no material shall be stored upon the street, except such as is to be immediately used in such improvement or construction; and no rubbish removed from the excavation of a building shall be allowed to be stored upon the street, but the same must be removed from day to day.
   E.   Termination Of Permission: The permission herein given shall terminate with the construction of the intended improvement and such fence, barrier and all other obstructions shall be immediately removed thereafter. (Ord. 389, 8-16-2004)