§ 95.02  USE OF STREETS, PROPERTY; LICENSE AND APPLICATION.
   (A)   License required. It shall be unlawful for any person to perform any work or make any installation of any kind upon, along or over any street, alley, sidewalk or any other property of any kind whatever belonging to the town, without the person or person having first procured a license from the Town Clerk-Treasurer, issued pursuant to the provisions of this section.
(2008 Code, § 4.4.8)
   (B)   Application. Any person desiring any work, or to make any installation of any kind, along, upon or across a street, alley, sidewalk or any other property of the town, shall file a written application for a license with the Town Clerk-Treasurer in which shall be stated the name, age, residence and occupation of the applicant and shall further state the nature of the work or installation to be made, the length of time required for such work or installation, and the sworn statement of the applicant that the property of the town will be restored to as good condition as it was before such work or installation was performed and that, in the event the applicant should fail to restore any of the property, the town shall have the property and the applicant shall pay all of the costs arising from such restoration to the town. Upon the receipt of the written application the Town Clerk-Treasurer shall require a deposit from the applicant, which deposit shall be forfeited in the event that any property of the town is not satisfactorily restored, or in the event that the town is not reimbursed for any expense which arises by reason of the use of the town’s property by the applicant. The deposit required by the Clerk-Treasurer shall be a sum not less than set forth in § 10.98, or more than what is set forth in § 10.98, and the Town Council shall determine the deposit upon the nature of the work or installation to be done. In the event the deposit is not sufficient to reimburse the town for the damage caused by such work, or the costs of restoration, then the town shall have the right to recover the difference between the deposit and the actual costs or damages from the licensee.
(2008 Code, § 4.4.9)
   (C)   License. Upon the receipt of the written application and deposit, the Clerk-Treasurer shall issue a license which shall state the length of time permitted for such work or installation, and the date upon which the deposit shall be forfeited, after the completion of such work or installation. A fee, as set forth in § 10.98, shall be paid to the Clerk-Treasurer upon the issuance of the license and the fees so collected shall be placed in the general funds of the town.
(2008 Code, § 4.4.10)  (Ord. 2019-0319A, passed 3-19-2019)  Penalty, see § 10.99