§ 151.36  DEFINITION.
   (A)   A RIGHT-OF-WAY is the entire width of land offered for dedication and recorded as such in the county’s Land Records office. This width of land is provided for a road, storm water drainage facilities and utilities. Once the right-of-way is accepted by the town, it becomes town property.
   (B)   No person or firm shall place or erect any utility in, over or upon any existing or proposed right-of-way of any town street, except in accordance with town policies and procedures for accommodating utilities in street right-of-way and until the town has given written approval of the location of such utilities.
   (C)   All improvements to an accepted town right-of-way shall be in accordance with this subchapter and any other ordinance or town policy.
(Ord. passed 5-19-2009)  Penalty, see § 151.99