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(A) Service entrance wiring shall be in approved metallic conduit or approved service entrance cable with approved fittings shall have a capacity of 100 amperes or more and service head shall not be less than 12 feet or more than 25 feet from the ground level.
(B) Where one service is installed to supply several installations or customers within the same building, the main cabinet and cutoff must be accessible at all times to each of the occupants or customers supplied from such service.
(C) In the main service entrance there shall be installed a safety switch or a multi-breaker which shall not be installed in inaccessible locations.
(D) The foregoing provision also shall apply to any and all outdoor neon or electrical signs attached or connected to any building within the city.
(E) The City Electrical Inspector may at any time direct the public electric utility company to disconnect service at any location because of hazardous conditions.
(F) Damage to any service caused by storms or other acts of nature may be repaired immediately in order to restore power.
(`93 Code, § 5-306) (Ord. 1059, passed 4-10-84; Am. Ord. 1155, passed 12-11-90; Am. Ord. 1363, passed 3-12-02)