8-1-32: COST ASSESSMENT WHEN RESURFACING NECESSARY:
If public works finds that paving surfaces adjacent to the street opening may be damaged where trenches are made parallel to the street, or where a number of cross trenches are laid in close proximity to one another, where the equipment used may cause such damage, the permittee shall be required to pay the cost of resurfacing. The cost of resurfacing shall be charged to the permittee on a time and materials basis. Public works may require the permittee to deposit with the town an estimated sum to pay for the cost of resurfacing as required herein prior to the issuance of a permit. If a deposit is filed with the town for the cost of resurfacing, and the cost thereof exceeded the amount of the deposit, the additional cost shall be paid by the permittee within ten (10) days of being billed therefor by the town or, in any event, prior to the issuance of any additional permits. If the cost of resurfacing was less than the amount of the deposit, the town shall return to the permittee the remainder of the deposit within ten (10) days of the work being done. If no deposit is made by the permittee, the cost of resurfacing shall be paid by the permittee within ten (10) days of being billed therefor by the town or, in any event, prior to the issuance of any other permits. (Ord. 43(1978) § 2: Ord. 7(1971) § 5(A)(5))