In case the cables or large telephone wires shall not be of the height from the ground required by the ordinance of the City of Flint, the said cable or large wire shall be raised to a sufficient height, the whole of the expense and cost incurred in raising the same shall be borne by the telephone company; provided, that if the cable or larger wires are of the height from the ground provided by the ordinance, and it shall be necessary to raise the same higher in order that buildings may be moved thereunder, it shall be the duty of the telephone company to raise the cables or large wires, when ordered by the City Council, and notified of such order by the Chief of Police, to a sufficient height temporarily to permit a building to be moved thereunder. The cost and expense incurred thereby to be paid by the person owning or moving said building, the amount to be paid therefor by the owner of mover of said building to be fixed and determined by the Street Committee of the City Council in case the telephone company and the owner or mover of said building cannot agree as to said cost and expenses.
In case of any ordinary telephone wire or guy wire is not sufficient height from the ground to admit the moving of a building thereunder, the said telephone company shall, when ordered, by the City Council, and notified of s order by the Chief of Police, raise said telephone wire or guy wire at its own cost and expense, to a sufficient height to allow said building to be moved thereunder.
(Ord. 43, passed 8-6-1904)