(A)   Upon its receipt of reasonable advance notice, not to be less than ten business days, the grantee under this chapter shall, at its own expense, protect, support, temporarily disconnect, relocate in the public way or remove from the public way any property of the grantee when lawfully required by the franchising authority by reason of traffic conditions; public safety; street abandonment; freeway and street construction; change or establishment of street grades; or installation of sewers, drains, gas or water pipes or any other type of structures or improvements by the franchising authority, but the grantee shall, in all cases, have the right of abandonment of its property.
   (B)   If public funds are available to any person using such street, easement or right-of-way for the purpose of defraying the cost of any of the foregoing, the franchising authority shall make application for such funds on behalf of the grantee.
(2013 Code, § 8-3.4)  (Ord. 14586, passed 4-13-1998)