§ 92.04  APPROVAL; CLOSING OF STREETS; BARRICADES, WARNING LIGHTS AND WATCHERS.
   (A)   All the work of trenching, excavating or making any character of opening in any of the streets, alleys, highways, rights-of-way, or easements of the city, shall at all times require the approval of the city.
   (B)   The entity doing such work shall obtain the city's approval for the closing of streets, alleys, highways, rights-of-way, or easements to the end that the streets, highways, rights-of-way, or easements of the city shall not be unduly disturbed and traffic thereon obstructed.
   (C)   The permittee shall erect and maintain warning signs, barricades and sufficient safeguards around all excavations, embankments,  and obstructions;  shall provide yellow warning lights on or near the work and keep them lighted at night or other times when visibility is limited;  and shall employ such watchmen as may be necessary for the protection of the public.
(Ord. 880202, passed 2-2-1988; Ord. 891219, passed 12-19-1989)