3-1-15: EXCAVATIONS:
Persons opening up, digging into, excavating or tunneling in any public right of way or utility easement for the purpose of constructing extensions or making connections with the water supply system, whether the same be located within or without the corporate city limits, shall, prior to performing such work, obtain in writing at their expense all necessary approvals, permits, licenses, surety bonds, and/or public liability insurance certificates that may be required by the agency or person having jurisdiction and control over such public rights of way and utility easements. In any case, streets, sidewalks, parkways, alleys and other public property disturbed in the course of the work by a person contracting to construct an extension to the water supply system, or a connection therewith, shall be restored at said person's expense in a manner satisfactory to the public authority having jurisdiction and control over such public property. Any privately owned property which may be disturbed and/or damaged by a person contracting to construct an extension to the water supply system or a connection therewith, shall be restored at said person's expense to a condition equal to or better than the condition existing prior to such construction. (Ord. 354, 2-21-1984)