§ 98.19  FAILURE TO COMPLETE WORK.
   If the permit holder fails to diligently perform the work described in the permit, abandons the job, or for other reasons does not complete the work within a timely manner, the city, after giving notice to the registration holder, shall have the authority to take such action as is necessary to restore the right-of-way to a good and safe condition for the benefit and convenience of the public. If the failure to complete the work causes a safety hazard, the city shall commence restoration and shall notify the registration holder as promptly as possible after commencing work. The permit holder shall be responsible for all costs incurred by the city in restoring the right-of-way and shall make no claim against the city for any excess costs or expenses or damage incurred by the permit holder or utility provider on account of the city's action.
(Ord. 1018-2, passed 2-11-2019)