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SEC. 17.13.  SUBDIVISION REQUIRING IMPORT OR EXPORT OF EARTH.
   (Added by Ord. No. 142,877, Eff. 2/24/72.)
 
   Upon the filing of a Tentative Map which requires for its implementation the import and/or export of more than 1,000 cubic yards of earth materials, the Advisory Agency shall request that the Superintendent of Building and the General Manager of the Department of Transportation investigate the circumstances of the proposed import or export of earth materials and the effect thereof upon the public health, safety, and welfare. The Advisory Agency shall request the City Engineer to determine the effect of any import and export on the structural integrity of the public streets and to determine the effect on public safety relative to street alignment, width, and grade. (Amended by Ord. No. 152,425, Eff. 6/29/79.)
 
   In taking action on such Tentative Map, the Advisory Agency shall impose conditions of approval to mitigate any detrimental effects of the hauling operations necessary to import or export earth, including but not limited to: designating routes to be followed by trucks hauling earth materials; limiting truck weight, length and/or speed; and other conditions of approval as may be necessary to insure repair of damages to public streets along the hauling route that may reasonably be expected to be caused by hauling operations. Such additional conditions may include a condition that the developer shall file a bond for the benefit of the City. Any such bond shall be in a form approved by the City Attorney, executed by the developer and a corporate surety authorized to do business in the State in an amount sufficient to cover the repair of any damage to the public streets reasonably expected to be caused by the hauling operations. The conditions of the bond shall guarantee to indemnify the City for all costs and expense in repairing the damaged streets or other public facilities. In lieu of a surety bond, the developer may file a cash bond with the Department upon the same terms and conditions and in an amount equal to that which would be required in the surety bond. The deposit submitted may be in the form of cash or negotiable United States securities. The term of such bond shall begin on the date of filing and shall remain in effect until the completion of the hauling operations and subsequent inspection of the affected public streets by the Department of Public Works. The Advisory Agency may disapprove the Tentative Map as provided in Section 17.06–A,2(a).