(A)   Appropriate measures shall be taken by the permittee to prevent and protect the public from any hazards or potential hazards caused by or the result of any work permitted under this chapter.
   (B)   Traffic control and protection for the safety of the traveling public in accordance with the Technical Reference Manual and approved engineering plans shall be in place through the duration of the work. County highway pavements shall not be broken, cracked, or damaged in any manner or form as a result of the permitted work. Any dirt, mud, dust, or any form of debris shall be removed from the highway pavement in a reasonable time frame, or upon notification by LCDOT.
   (C)   Equipment with grouser pads, cleats, or studs shall not be operated or allowed on any highway pavement.
   (D)   In the event the permittee violates the rules, regulations, or specifications of this chapter, the Technical Reference Manual, or the approved permit documents and refuses to remedy the violation, the County Engineer may, but has no duty to, order the work to be done to correct the violation. The permittee shall reimburse the county at a rate not to exceed 130% of the costs incurred by the county and shall cease all work being performed until such time as reimbursement has been made and alternate construction methods acceptable to the County Engineer are approved.
(Ord. 19-1061, passed 7-9-2019)