§ 92-43  Damage to City Public Highways and Facilities.
   (A)   If, in the installation, use, relocation, repair, or maintenance of its facilities, the provider damages, alters, or disturbs the surface or subsurface of any public highways or adjoining public property, or the public improvement located thereon, therein, or thereunder, the provider shall promptly, at its own expense, and in a manner acceptable to the city, restore the surface or subsurface of the public highways or public property, or repair or replace the public improvement thereon, therein, or thereunder, in as good a condition as before such damage or disturbance in a manner consistent with the city’s duly adopted standards, or as required by its permits, licenses, or franchises.  If such restoration, repair, or replacement of the surface, subsurface, or any structure located thereon, therein, or thereunder is not completed within a reasonable time, or such repair or replacement does not meet duly adopted standards or requirements of its permits, licenses, or franchises, the city shall have the right to perform the necessary restoration, repair, or replacement, either through its own forces, or through a hired contractor, and the provider shall pay the city for its expenses in so doing within 30 days after its receipt of the invoice.
   (B)   The provider shall reimburse the city for all costs arising from the reduction in the service life of any public highway or pavement damage, to the extent required by any other provision of this code, resulting from pavement cuts of the provider.  The provider shall pay such costs within 30 days from the date of issuance of an invoice from the city.
(Ord. O98-02, passed 1-7-98; Ord. O2018-019, passed 8-1-18)