(a)   The opening and restoration of a pavement or other surface shall be performed under the direction and to the satisfaction of the Street Commissioner, and in accordance with rules, regulations and specifications approved by Council as set forth in subsection (c) and (d) hereof.
   (b)   Upon failure or refusal of the permittee satisfactorily to fill the excavation, restore the surface, and remove all excess materials within the time specified in the permit or where not specified therein, within a reasonable time after commencement of the work, the Municipality may proceed without notice to make such fill and restoration and the deposit referred to in Section 905.02(b) shall be deemed forfeited.  Thereupon the deposit shall be paid into the street repair fund of the Municipality, except such part demanded and paid to the permittee as the difference between the deposit and the charges of the Municipality for restoration services performed by it.  If the amount of such services performed by the Municipality should exceed the amount of the deposit, the Clerk or other proper administrative officer shall proceed to collect the remainder due from such permittee.  (A.O.)
   (c)   Any hole opened in an asphalt paved surface shall be closed and restored within seven days after its opening unless additional time is granted by the Street Commissioner.
   (d)   In restoring a hole opened in an asphalt surface, the hole shall first be filled with dirt and large gravel mix such as that commonly referred to as “B-19" or “617", to within three inches of the final surface height.  The final three inches shall be filled with asphalt such as that commonly known as “hot mix”.  In the event hot mix is not available because of the weather at the time of year in question, the hole shall be filled with the dirt and gravel mix to the final surface level until such time as hot mix is available.  Within thirty days after hot mix is next reasonably available in the area, three inches of dirt and gravel mix shall be removed and hot mix shall be placed in the opening to the final surface of the pavement.
(Res. 86-1.  Passed 3-3-86.)