§ 1430.04  EXPIRATION AND RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION.
   (a)   The registration of each master underground utilities contractor shall expire on December 31 of each year, but may  be renewed, without examination, by the person holding the same upon application and payment of the renewal fee of fifty dollars ($50.00). Every master underground utilities contractor, upon each renewal of registration, must present a copy of a certificate of liability insurance verifying insurance in the minimum amount of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) and listing the City of Middletown as the certificate holder and a bond as required in Section 1430.03, valid for the renewal period. The applications for renewal and the fees shall be filed with the Chief Building Official each year on or after November 1, but before January 1. If the registration has not been renewed on or before December 31 it will expire. The holder of the registration may renew the registration through January of the following year.  Payment for renewal must be received in the Building Inspection office by January 31. After January 31, the master underground utilities contractor must re-register in accordance with Section 1430.01(b) of this ordinance, including all testing requirements.
   (b)   The registration of each underground utilities installer shall expire on December 31 of each year but may be renewed upon payment of the renewal fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00). The fee shall be paid to the Chief Building Official each year on or after November 1, but before January 1. If the registration has not been renewed on or before December 31 it will expire. The holder of the registration may renew the registration through January of the following year. Payment for renewal must be received in the Building Inspection office by January 31. After January 31, the underground utilities installer must re-register in accordance with Section 1430.01(c) of this chapter.
(Ord. O81-73, passed 5-19-1981; Am. Ord. O92-53, passed 6-2-1992; Am. Ord. O2007-64, passed 9-4-2007; Am. Ord. O2009-93, passed 12-1-2009; Am. Ord. O2010-89, passed 12-21-2010)