(A)   Generally.  Any permit issued or permission granted for location of encroachment, including public utility lines, pipes, conduits or other facilities within city streets, sidewalks or rights-of-way shall be subject to right of the city to require removal, relocation or modification of the facilities as provided herein. Within 30 days written notice from the city, the permittee shall, at its own cost and expense, temporarily or permanently remove, relocate, change or alter the position of any line, pipe conduit or other utility facility within city rights-of-way whenever the city has determined that the removal, relocation, change or alteration is reasonably necessary for:
      (1)   The construction, repair, maintenance or installation of any city or other public improvement in or upon the right-of-way; and
      (2)   The operations of the city or the governmental entity in or upon the rights-of-way.
   (B)   Emergency removal or relocation.  The city retains the right and privilege to cut or move any utility facilities located within the city streets, sidewalks or rights-of-way as the city may determine to be necessary and required in response to any, public health or safety emergency.
(1980 Code, § 14.123)  Penalty, see § 91.999