§ 98.04  ISSUANCE OR DENIAL OF REGISTRATION.
   (A)   The city shall issue a registration to the applicant if the city, after review of the application, determines that the applicant:
      (1)   Has complied with all requirements for issuance of the registration; and
      (2)   Has not made a false or inaccurate statement as to a material matter on the application for registration; and
      (3)   Either:
         (a)   Has reimbursed the city for any costs the city has incurred as a result of work performed in the right-of-way; or
         (b)   Is covered by an existing franchise or agreement with the city.
   (B)   A registration shall be valid for a period of five years. A person may renew a registration by making application as provided in § 98.03 hereof. A registration is not transferrable.
   (C)   Each registration holder shall pay to the city a fee for the use of the right-of-way in an amount as established by the City Council in accordance with applicable city ordinance provisions, franchise provisions, or the provisions of Tex. Loc. Gov’t Code Chapter 283.
   (D)   A registration holder shall immediately advise the city of actual or potential litigation that may develop or may affect the registration holder's obligation to defend and indemnify the city.
   (E)   A registration holder shall submit certificates of insurance for each insurance policy required by § 98.03 to the city each year during the term of the registration.
(Ord. 1018-2, passed 2-11-2019)