§ 59.008  RESPONSIBILITIES OF PROPERTY OWNER.
   Any type of mailbox located in the city right-of-way is subject to damage or destruction, at any time, as a result of the city or a person with a utility easement entering upon the city right-of-way to construct, repair or maintain the utilities located in the city right-of-way or as a result of the city engaging in activities to maintain the public street or right-of-way, such as snow removal, pavement repair or street cleaning. If a curb side or cluster-style mailbox located in the city right-of-way is damaged during such activities, the city or the utility that damaged the mailbox shall reimburse the property owner up to a maximum replacement amount set by Council in a fee schedule for the cost of a mailbox of the same design, if it has been approved for installment by the USPS with the proper markings inscribed “U.S. Mail” and “Approved by the Postmaster General,” if it is still available for purchase and complies with this chapter, and for the cost of the installation of said mailbox.