A.   It is unlawful for any person to occupy for use any portion of a public street for the erection or repair of any building abutting thereon, without first receiving approval from the Public Works Director for such period of time and under such conditions as may be required by ordinance or by public convenience as determined by the Public Works Director.
   B.   Approval may be revoked by the Public Works Director at any time if the person fails to comply with any rule or regulation under which it is granted, or when in the opinion of the Public Works Director, the public good requires revocation.
   C.   Approval to store building materials in the public streets may be subject to a requirement that the permittee provide a bond or public liability insurance in an amount to be determined by the Public Works Director. The bond or insurance, if required, shall be written to benefit the City and any person or property owner injured by the failure of the permittee to comply with the conditions imposed by the City or any other duty imposed by law. (Ord. 18-06)