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(a) Applications for Road Opening Permits shall be made by the property owner or his authorized agent, to the Zoning Inspector or his/her appointee as enforcement officer, on forms provided by the Village.
(b) A one hundred dollar ($100.00) non-refundable permit fee to cover the cost of application review, processing, and inspection shall be paid at the time of application for Road Opening Permit as submitted.
(c) A one hundred dollars ($100.00) non-refundable permit fee to cover the cost of application review, processing and inspection shall be paid at the time of application for Temporary Road Closure Permit as submitted. Additional $125.00 non-refundable per day for each day of the Temporary Road Closure.
(d) A one hundred dollars ($100.00) non-refundable permit fee to cover the cost of application review, processing and inspection shall be paid at the time of application for Special Hauling Permit as submitted. Special Hauling is defined as overweight/oversized loads. Each trip one-way shall require a separate permit.
(e) A bond must be filed with the Village prior to issuance of any Road Opening Permit. The bond shall be in the form of a certified check, cashier’s check or money order made payable to the Village of Peninsula. Cash will not be accepted. The bonds shall not be released for a period of at least six (6) months following completion of construction. Bond amounts shall conform to the following schedule:
Single Family Residential Driveway and/or culvert
Commercial/Multi Family Street and/or culvert
Underground Utility Tap-in Short Side
Underground Utility Tap-In Long Side
$1,000.00 bore only
Across Roadway Curb/ditch to Curb/ditch
Utility extensions parallel to pavement and being more than ten feet 10' off the edge of the pavement
(f) The applicant shall notify the Village Police Department, Valley Fire District, schools, and any other affected agencies at least forty-eight hours (48 hours) prior to the start of construction.
(g) The Zoning Inspector or his/her designee may impose such other reasonable conditions or requirements upon the issuance of a permit as he/she deems necessary or proper to assure faithful compliance with this chapter.
(Ord. 7-2015. Passed 11-9-15.)