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(a) Notice of Work. Except in case of Emergency, as provided in Section 911.05(c), or for Routine Maintenance as provided in Section 911.05(b), no Service Provider, or any Person acting on the Service Provider's behalf, shall commence any work in the Public Right-of-Way of the Village without ten (10) calendar days advance notice to the Village and obtaining consent to Occupy or Use the Right-of-Way pursuant to Section 911.02, if required.
(b) Routine Maintenance and New Service Orders.
(1) A Service Provider need not obtain a Construction Permit or notifythe Village prior to or after commencing any Routine Maintenance or New Service Orders that do not include the Construction in, or Excavation or Lane obstruction of, a Public Right-of-Way or closing of a Public Street.
(2) For Routine Maintenance and New Service Orders that require theService Provider to cause a Lane Obstruction in a Public Street for more than two (2) hours, the Service Provider shall provide the Village with forty-eight (48) hours advance written notice prior to commencing the Routine Maintenance or New Service Order, and shall submit a drawing showing the planned traffic maintenance and indicating how the Service Provider shall meet all requirements of ODOT's Manual of Traffic Control Devices or other applicable governmental regulations.
(c) Emergency Work. In the event of the need for any unexpected repair or Emergency work, a Service Provider may commence such Emergency response work as required under the circumstances, provided that for Emergency work that requires Excavation of a Public Right-of-Way or Lane Obstruction or closing of a Public Street, the Service Provider shall notify the Village as promptly as possible before commencing such Emergency work, or as soon as possible thereafter if advance notice is not practicable. When notice is required, the Service Provider shall notify the Zoning Officer.
(Ord. 25-2018. Passed 9-10-18.)