§ 4-390  SPECIFICATIONS.
   (A)   The first eight feet of drive approaches shall be constructed of six inches of 3,500 PC concrete with five feet of minimum radius.
   (B)   No part of a drive approach shall encroach or extend across or into adjacent property or ownership lines extended to the centerline of the streets without written permission from adjacent property owners.
   (C)   For all approaches that are constructed abutting asphaltic concrete streets without curb and gutter, the contractor shall saw, cut and remove all asphalt.
   (D)   (1)   Residential approaches and driveways shall be installed so that the natural flow of surface water will not be altered in any manner that would divert surface water from a designated drainage system.  Approaches and driveways abutting state highways shall be approved by the State Highway Department prior to beginning construction.
      (2)   Commercial approaches and driveways shall be installed so that the natural flow of surface water will not be altered in any manner that would divert surface water from a designated drainage system.  When building and/or parking construction is to be accomplished that will effect the surface water drainage, a scaled plot plan prepared by a licensed engineer revealing the location of construction and drainage plan will be submitted to and approved by the city prior to a building permit being issued.  Driveways and drainage involving state highways shall require approval of the State Highway Department.  The city building permit will not be issued until both the city and State Highway Department have approved the drainage plans.
   (E)   Culvert size shall be determined by Inspector, but no less than 12 inches in diameter.
   (F)   Permits shall be obtained prior to any construction of drive approaches or driveways connecting to city streets or state highways, except for routine or normal maintenance of existing non-sealed surface drive approaches or driveways.
   (G)   Inspections shall be performed on all drive approaches and driveways, grades and forms prior to any concrete being poured or asphalt being laid.
   (H)   A permit fee and inspection fee is hereby established for installation of drive approaches and driveways.
   (I)   All fees and charges shall be as set out in the fee schedule at the end of this code of ordinances and are subject to modification, whether an increase or decrease, by resolution of the City Council passed and approved by a simple majority of the Council.
(`90 Code, § 4-186)  (Ord. 2802, passed 11-18-86)