§ 98.011  DEPOSITS.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation, other than an authorized official in the performance of his or her duties, to undertake the construction of any street or sidewalk pavement unless such person, firm or corporation shall first file with the Community Development Department, a bond as set out in the fee schedule adopted annually by the City Council to guarantee that proper barricades and lights will be maintained at all obstructions or openings made or caused in connection with the work and that the pavement, sidewalk or parkway will be restored to as good a condition, in the determination of the Director of Public Works, as it was prior to the beginning of construction.
   (B)   Such bond shall be returned after the work is finished, but, in the event that such person, firm or corporation shall fail or neglect to place or maintain any such light or barricade or to restore the pavement, sidewalk or parkway as herein provided, the Director of Public Works may proceed to have such barricade lighted, or placed at such obstruction or opening, or to restore the pavement, sidewalk or parkway as herein provided, and the cost of doing so shall be deducted from the deposit before it shall be returned.
(Prior Code, § 37-11)  (Ord. 2016-56, passed 10-3-2016)  Penalty, see § 98.999