§ 91.09  LAYING OF PIPE IN STREETS.
   (A)   No sewer, water pipe, conduit pipe, gas pipe, wire or cable for conveying electric current for any street or alley pavement, sidewalk or other like improvement shall be placed, laid or maintained in, under or upon any street, alley, sidewalk, easement of passage or public peace, except improvements constructed under special assessment proceedings, unless a permit authorizing the same has been issued by the village.
   (B)   Any utility pipes when placed in any public street or alley shall be laid so that there will be no interference with sewers or water pipes and before any pipes are laid, permission must be secured from the village and same must be placed in a portion of the street or alley as may be directed by the village.
   (C)   A utility company that lays down pipes in any public street or alley shall make and file with the Village Clerk an accurate map showing the exact location of every line of pipe laid by it, which map shall be accessible for public inspection and shall be kept constantly revised to show any changes or additions.
(1981 Code, § 5.09)  Penalty, see § 10.99