§ 4-71.  Temporary use of electrical current.
   (a)   A letter requesting temporary service from the owner or agent of any occupancy must be filed with the inspector at his office.  The letters must be on forms furnished by the inspector.
   (b)   Where an urgent necessity for the use of electrical current in any installation is shown to exist, the inspector may grant permission for temporary current to any wiring or apparatus or fixtures for a period not exceeding ninety (90) days, if such wiring or apparatus or fixtures are in a condition that the electrical current may safely be used without danger to life or property.  Permission may be obtained for temporary use of electrical current during the construction of alteration of any building.
(Code 1977, § 104.040; Ord. No. 1421, 2-27-90)