§ 155.131  SCOPE OF WORK.
   (A)   The contractor shall furnish all labor, material and equipment to prepare the existing road bed for paving. Preparation shall be such that a smooth transition is obtained from newly paved areas to existing pavements.
   (B)   In the preparation of an existing asphalt or concrete pavement for paving, the contractor shall remove dirt, gravel, sod and other debris from the existing pavement edges, followed by brooming of the pavement surface. Voids, holes or depressions deeper than one inch shall be filled and compacted with an HMA mixture.
   (C)   A tack coat shall be applied at the rate of 0.03 to 0.10 gallons per square yard immediately preceding the placement of each layer of HMA
   (D)   When the existing pavement surface is gravel or stone or when a new gravel or stone base is constructed, the surface shall be graded and compacted by rolling to produce a smooth and uniform surface prior to paving with HMA.
   (E)   The contractor shall furnish all labor and equipment to maintain traffic in accordance with the latest version of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and most recent updates. The cost of maintaining traffic shall be the contractor’s responsibility.
   (F)   Temporary pavement markings, if required, to be furnished by the contractor.
   (G)   The contractor shall furnish all labor, equipment and materials to adjust to grade any existing castings for manholes, catch basins, inlets, and valve boxes. If an existing casting is determined to be unfit for further use, a new casting will be furnished by the city/utilities.
   (H)   The contractor shall furnish all labor, equipment and materials to pave existing paved street, alley, and drive approaches with the same HMA mixture used for the surface on the street or alley being paved. Approaches shall be paved in such a manner as to provide a smooth transition to the new pavement surface and as required to maintain drainage of surface runoff.
   (I)   When specified, the contractor shall provide surface milling for butt joints at locations where the new pavement surface meets existing pavement surfaces.
   (J)   Upon completion of the paving work, the Contractor shall grade the pavement shoulders to a minimum width of three feet with a uniform slope from the edge of the new pavement surface to the existing shoulder unless otherwise specified. In the event that there is insufficient material in the existing shoulder to provide a uniform slope, Compacted Aggregate No. 73 shall be furnished, placed and compacted by the contractor.
   (K)   The contractor shall clean up and properly dispose of any excess materials and debris resulting from the work.
   (L)   The contractor is responsible for site security until the project is released by the city.
(Ord. 16-2020, passed 12-7-20)