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(A) In addition to any other rights set out in this chapter, the city reserves the right to revoke, in accordance with the procedures set forth in division (B) of this section, any right-of-way occupancy permit in the event such permittee violates any material provision of this chapter, its right-of-way occupancy permit, or Chapter 909.
(B) The Deputy City Manager shall give a permittee 30 days prior written notice of an intent to revoke said permittee's right-of-way occupancy permit. Such notice shall state the reasons for such action. If the permittee cures the violation or other cause within the 30-day notice period, or if the permittee initiates efforts satisfactory to the Deputy City Manager to remedy the stated violation, the Deputy City Manager may rescind said notice of revocation. If the permittee does not cure the stated violation or other cause or undertake efforts satisfactory to the Deputy City Manager to remedy the stated violation, the Deputy City Manager may recommend said permit be revoked. After granting the permittee an opportunity to be heard in person or in writing, the City Council may revoke the right-of-way occupancy permit. Unless otherwise required by law, the decision of the City Council shall be final.
(C) Unless otherwise permitted by the Deputy City Manager or required by law, if a right- of-way occupancy permit is revoked, all facilities located in the rights-of-way or located upon public property pursuant to such permit shall be removed and/or abandoned at the sole expense of the permittee subject to applicable law, including but not limited to R.C. §§ 4905.20 and 4905.21.
(Ord. 9351, passed 7-11-06; Am. Ord. 2017-034, passed 4-25-17)