CHAPTER VI PUBLIC WORKS AND PROPERTY

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1 CHAPTER VI PUBLIC WORKS AND PROPERTY Article 1 Authority and Procedure 2 Streets and Sidewalks 2.1 Rail Transit Construction Impact Area Traffic Management 3 Public Parks, Playgrounds, Beaches and Other Property 4 Sewers, Water Courses and Drains 4.1 Sewer Service Charge 4.2 Stormwater Pollution Abatement Charge 4.3 Wastewater Franchise Fee 4.4 Stormwater and Urban Runoff Pollution Control 5 Maintenance and Repair of Hazardous Private Streets 6 Garbage, Refuse Collection 6.1 Solid Waste Collection, Transfer, Recycling, Recovery of Waste Resources and Disposal Fee 7 Outdoor Advertising Structures, Accessory Signs, Post Signs and Advertising Statuary 8 Benches Along Public Ways 9 Marina Del Rey Entrance Channel ARTICLE 1 AUTHORITY AND PROCEDURE Section Chapter Definitions Abatement of Erosion or Flood Hazard Surcharge for Equipment and Training Surcharge for Development of Automated Systems for the Department of City Planning Prisoner Employment on Public Works Compliance with Traffic Control Manual Arrest Authority of City Employees Authority to Assign Inspectors for Overtime Work Engineering Process Fees Expedited Permit Surcharge Survey Monument Inspection Fee Improvement Bond Processing Fee Special Engineering Fee Actual Cost Special Engineering Services Summary of Fees for the Bureau of Engineering. SEC CHAPTER DEFINITIONS.

2 Whenever used in the chapter the word Board shall mean the Board of Public Works of this City or any of its members or inspectors. SEC NUISANCES SUMMARY ABATEMENT. (Renumbered Sec and Relocated to Ch. V, Art. 8, by Ord. No. 160,171, Eff. 8/22/85.) SEC ABATEMENT OF EROSION OR FLOOD HAZARD. (Amended by Ord. No. 181,701, Eff. 6/12/11.) (a) Whenever it appears that any grading project previously commenced pursuant to a permit issued by the Board or the Department of Building and Safety will not be completed prior to the commencement of the rainy season as defined in Section of this Code, the Board may require that the permittee prepare and submit plans for the installation of temporary erosion control devices not later than September 15 preceding the rainy season. The plans shall be prepared in accordance with standards maintained by the City Engineer. Every permittee submitting a plan for the installation of temporary erosion control devices shall pay a fee in the amount of $ to the Bureau of Engineering for the Bureau's review of the plan. The Board of Public Works may adjust this fee and adopt a new fee amount in the same manner as provided in Section I.(1) for establishing a fee to process an appeal from an improvement requirement determination by the City Engineer. (b) In addition to requirements in Subsection (a) of this Section, whenever it appears that any grading project previously commenced pursuant to a permit issued by the Board or the Department of Building and Safety will not be completed prior to the commencement of the rainy season as defined in Section of this Code, the Board may require a permittee to install desilting basins not later than October 15 preceding the rainy season, and other temporary erosion control devices not later than December 1 of the rainy season. (c) Should a permittee fail to comply with either Subsection (a) or (b) of this Section, and the Board determines that the public health, safety or general welfare is endangered by the failure, the Board or an authorized agent may enter upon the premises described in the permit to abate the public nuisance by installing temporary erosion devices by whatever means it deems appropriate. (d) All costs incurred by the Board or its authorized agents pursuant to Subsection (c) of this Section shall be a personal obligation of the permittee and of the property owner, recoverable by the City before any court of competent jurisdiction. The costs shall include an amount equal to 40 percent of the cost to perform the actual work, but not less than the sum of $100.00, to pay the City's costs for administering any contract to perform the work and supervising the work. In addition to this personal obligation and all other remedies provided by law, the City may collect any judgment, fee, cost or charge, including any permit fees, fines, late charges or interest, incurred pursuant to the provisions of this Section, as provided in Los Angeles Administrative Code Section through SEC SURCHARGE FOR EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING. (Amended by Ord. No. 175,332, Eff. 8/12/03.) (a) There shall be added to the total of all fees for which the Bureau of Engineering is responsible for collecting for services rendered for any initial application, renewal, modification, or approval pursuant to the provisions of Article 1, 2, 2.1, 3 or 4 of this Chapter, Article 2, 5, 7, 8 or 9 of Chapter I, or Article 1 or 6 of Chapter IX of this Code, or Division 7, 12, 13, 19, or 22 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, a surcharge in an amount equal to the greater of seven percent of the fee or $1. The provisions of this Subsection shall not apply to the One Stop Permit Center Surcharge imposed pursuant to Section 68.12, or to fees imposed pursuant to the provisions of Section 61.10, 61.11, , , , (b), or (Amended by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.) (b) All monies received from this surcharge shall be deposited and maintained in the Public Works Bureau of Engineering Equipment and Training Trust Fund established pursuant to Section of the Los Angeles Administrative Code. (c) These monies shall be used for the provision of equipment and training for those Bureau personnel providing the engineering services for which the fees are charged. These services are not routinely provided to the general public, but are performed only upon specific request. (d) If any provision of this ordinance is found to be unconstitutional or invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, the invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions of this ordinance which can be implemented without this invalid provision, and, to this end, the provisions of this ordinance are declared severable. SEC SURCHARGE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AUTOMATED SYSTEMS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING. (Added by Ord. No. 169,869, Eff. 7/18/94.) (a) An automated systems development surcharge equal to the greater of 3 percent thereof or $1.00 shall be added to any fee set forth in Municipal Code Section which the Bureau of Engineering is responsible for collecting for services rendered in connection with any initial application, renewal, modification or approval of planning actions pursuant to Article 2 of this chapter. Any other surcharge shall be excluded from the computation of the surcharge under this section. In addition, an administrative fee of $5.00 shall be collected with respect to each such permit, license or application. (b) (c) This surcharge shall remain in effect until July 1, 2001 unless further extended by Council by ordinance. Moneys received from this surcharge shall be deposited in the City Planning Systems Development Fund pursuant to Section of the Los Angeles

3 Administrative Code, except that the $5.00 fee shall be deposited into the General Fund and credited to the departmental receipts of the Bureau of Engineering, Department of Public Works. SEC PRISONER EMPLOYMENT ON PUBLIC WORKS. (A) Every person confined in the City jail under a judgment rendered in a criminal action in a court of competent jurisdiction shall be required to perform labor on the public works and ways of this City under the discretion of the Chief of Police. (B) The Chief of Police shall procure and use such means as he shall deem necessary for the security of all prisoners under his charge and may prescribe and administer such rules and regulations as shall be deemed necessary to keep good order among the prisoners and compel them to do their work. (C) The prisoners shall be treated with the kindness compatible with the enforcement of the rules and regulations necessary to compel discipline and obedience to the officer in charge. SEC COMPLIANCE WITH TRAFFIC CONTROL MANUAL. (Added by Ord. No. 142,123, Eff. 7/31/71.) All work involving City property or rights of way shall be performed in accordance with the provisions of the latest edition of the manual entitled Work Area Traffic Control adopted by the Board. SEC ARREST AUTHORITY OF CITY EMPLOYEES. (Amended by Ord. No. 170,451, Eff. 5/8/95.) (a) (Amended by Ord. No. 179,818, Eff. 5/31/08.) The Director of the Bureau of Street Services, the Assistant Director of the Bureau of Street Services, the Chief Street Services Investigator, Senior Street Services Investigators and Street Services Investigators are duly appointed public officers as defined in California Penal Code, Section and have the power, authority and immunity of illegal dumping enforcement officers as set forth in California Penal Code Section 830.7(j), to enforce laws related to illegal waste dumping, or littering, and authorized by a Memorandum of Understanding with the Los Angeles Police Department. This power, authority and immunity shall only be exercised by those directors and investigators referred to in this section who have successfully completed a course in the exercise of the powers of a peace officer pursuant to California Penal Code Section 832 and that satisfies the selection standards for peace officers pursuant to the Government Code of the State of California, Section All public officers empowered by this section shall have the authority of a local enforcement agency for the purposes specified in the California Public Resources Code Division 30, Part 3, Chapters 16 through 19 related to the California Integrated Waste Management Board Waste Tire Enforcement Program and to seize and impound vehicles in order to enforce the provisions of Los Angeles Municipal Code Section In addition, these persons shall have the power to serve warrants as specified in the California Code of Civil Procedures Section , et seq., and the authority granted in Section of this Code. All persons referred to in this section shall be deemed to be acting within the scope of employment with respect to all acts and matters set forth in this section. (b) Chief Industrial Waste Inspectors, Senior Industrial Waste Inspectors and Industrial Waste Inspectors of the Stormwater Management Division of the Bureau of Engineering shall have the power, authority and immunity of a public officer or employee, as set forth in the Penal Code of the State of California, Section 836.5, to make arrests without a warrant whenever he or she has reasonable cause to believe that the person to be arrested has committed a misdemeanor or an infraction in his or her presence which is a violation of Section of the Municipal Code with respect to storm drain systems and waters of the State. In addition, such persons shall have the foregoing power, authority and immunity with respect to a violation of any of the following sections of the Municipal Code: (b) (a) (e) (a) (a) or a violation of any law set forth in Subsection (c) of this section. (c) (Amended by Ord. No. 172,086, Eff. 7/30/98.) Any person designated in Subsections (a) and (b) of this section shall have the power, authority and immunity of a public officer or employee under the Penal Code of the State of California, Section 836.5, to make arrests without a warrant whenever he or she has reasonable cause to believe that the person to be arrested has committed a misdemeanor or infraction in his or her presence which is a violation of any of the following provisions of the Los Angeles Municipal Code: A.1.(a) A (d) C.1.(g) E (b)2.a.(4) (c) (b)2.c.,d.,e (a) or is a violation of State of California Penal Code Section 556 or

4 (d) Those persons designated in Subsections (a) and (b) of this section are hereby authorized to issue parking citations as provided for in Section of the Los Angeles Municipal Code for the violation of Los Angeles Municipal Code Sections 80.53, 80.56, (b)2.a.(1), (2), (3), (b)2.f., , (b) and California Vehicle Code Section 22500(f). (e) The provisions of Penal Code Section regarding issuance of a written promise to appear shall be applicable to arrests authorized herein. (f) No person shall falsely represent or identify himself or herself as another person or as a fictitious person to any public officer defined in Section 61.07(a) of this Code upon lawful detention or arrest of the person, either to evade the process of the court, or to evade the proper identification of the person by the public officer when (1) the false information is given while the public officer is engaged in the performance of his or her duties as a public officer, and (2) the person providing the false information knows or should have known that the person receiving the information is a public officer. (Added by Ord. No. 180,459, Eff. 2/8/09.) (g) If a person has knowledge, or by the exercise of reasonable care, should have knowledge, that he or she is being arrested by a public officer as defined in Section 61.07(a) of this Code, it is the duty of the person being arrested to refrain from using force or any weapon to resist such arrest. (Added by Ord. No. 180,459, Eff. 2/8/09.) (h) No person who has been lawfully arrested by a public officer as defined in Section 61.07(a) of this Code and who knows, or by the exercise of reasonable care should have known, that he or she has been so arrested, shall thereafter escape or attempt to escape from the custody of that public officer. (Added by Ord. No. 180,459, Eff. 2/8/09.) (i) No person shall fail to comply with any valid order pursuant to any provision or requirement of this Code or any other valid order issued by a public officer defined in Section 61.07(a) of this Code. (Added by Ord. No. 180,459, Eff. 2/8/09.) (j) Any public officer as defined in Section 61.07(a) of this Code, having responsibility for permitting and licensing shall have the authority to obtain state and local summary criminal history information pursuant to the California Penal Code, Section 11105(b)(10) and Section 13300(b)(10), in fulfilling his or her duties applicable to Chapter VI of the Los Angeles Municipal Code. In addition, public officers as defined by Section 61.07(a) of this Code are authorized pursuant to California Penal Code Section 11105(c) to obtain state and local summary criminal history information for specified investigative purposes. (Added by Ord. No. 180,459, Eff. 2/8/09.) (k) Making False Statements to Public Officers. It shall be unlawful for any person to make a false or misleading statement, or misrepresentation in any writing submitted to a public officer authorized by Section 61.07(a) of this Code. For purposes of this section the term "writing" shall include, but is not limited to, forms, applications, approvals, reports or certifications required by the Department of Public Works. (Added by Ord. No. 181,093, Eff. 4/14/10.) SEC AUTHORITY TO ASSIGN INSPECTORS FOR OVERTIME WORK. (Added by Ord. No. 155,987, Eff. 11/30/81.) The Director of the Bureau of Street Maintenance may assign an inspector to inspect activities for which a permit has been issued pursuant to the provisions of Article 2 of this chapter during other than normal working hours if such inspection is necessary to safeguard the public and protect the public street and sidewalk or other public improvements. Unless provision is otherwise made in this article to reimburse the City for the costs of such overtime inspection, the permittee shall deposit in advance an amount determined by the Director to be adequate to cover the cost of inspection. Such cost of inspection shall be computed at 1 1/2 times the hourly wage of a Senior Inspector 2 for the period of time such inspector will be needed, as estimated by the Director. At the completion of inspection, The Director shall deduct from such individual deposit the total accrued costs of inspection and shall refund to the permittee any difference between the amount deposited and the amount so deducted. SEC AUTHORITY TO INSPECT AND ENFORCE STORMWATER POLLUTION CONTROL MEASURES FOR CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES. (Deleted by Ord. No. 173,494, Eff. 9/14/00.) SEC ENGINEERING PROCESS FEES. (Amended by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.) The Bureau of Engineering shall charge and collect a fee of $75 for each building, plumbing, grading, combined building-mechanical or sign building permit for single family dwellings, other than those located in a Hillside Area as defined in Section of this Code, requiring review and approval by the Bureau of Engineering, except that no fee shall be collected if the underlying permit fee is not required. The Bureau of Engineering shall charge and collect a fee of $125 for each building, plumbing, grading, combined building-mechanical or sign building permit, other than those subject to the fee imposed in the first sentence of this Section, requiring review and approval by the Bureau, except that no fee shall be collected if the underlying permit fee is not required. SEC EXPEDITED PERMIT SURCHARGE. (Amended by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.)

5 An applicant for any permit issued by the Bureau of Engineering may pay a surcharge to obtain expedited Bureau permit-related services. The amount of the surcharge shall be the total cost of the overtime hours worked by Bureau of Engineering staff to provide the permit-related services (direct salary multiplied by 1.5), plus a 40 percent surcharge. When an applicant for any permit issued by the Bureau of Engineering elects to obtain expedited Bureau permit-related services, the applicant must pay, before the Bureau provides any expedited services, a deposit in an amount that the Bureau estimates will be total cost of providing the expedited services. For Bureau of Engineering expedited services provided pursuant to the provisions of this Section, if before completion of providing the requested services the Bureau determines that additional funds are needed to compensate the Bureau for the total cost of providing expedited services, the Bureau may halt all work on the project for which the application was made and require the applicant to pay the amount that the Bureau estimates will be needed to compensate the Bureau for the total cost of providing the requested services. At the conclusion of providing the requested services, if total costs are less than the amount deposited, the applicant shall be refunded the difference. The Bureau of Engineering shall not issue or approve any permit until all monies owed pursuant to the provisions of this Section are paid. SEC SURVEY MONUMENT INSPECTION FEE. (Amended by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.) For each final subdivision map and final parcel map, the Bureau of Engineering shall charge and collect a fee for verifying and documenting the placement of survey monuments in compliance with the Subdivision Map Act, Government Code Sections and 66496, or successor sections. The Bureau shall charge a fee of $265 for the first monument, and a fee of $78 for each additional monument. If the Bureau of Engineering must perform additional inspections because of missing or improperly set monuments, the Bureau shall charge a fee of $265 for the first monument it re-inspects, and a fee of $78 for each additional monument it re-inspects. SEC IMPROVEMENT BOND PROCESSING FEE. (Amended by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.) The Bureau of Engineering may require a permit applicant to post a public improvement bond to guarantee that improvements will be made in a public rightof-way or to protect or replace existing improvements, and shall charge and collect a fee of $500 to process a public improvement bond. If necessary to avoid a bond default, the Bureau of Engineering shall charge an additional fee of $420 to extend the bond or process a replacement bond. The Bureau of Engineering shall require all applicants for a Class "B" permit to post a public improvement bond, and may also require a permit applicant to post a bond when it determines that the project or activity for which a permit is sought could damage existing public improvements. SEC SPECIAL ENGINEERING FEE. (Added by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.) For all Bureau of Engineering permits and services identified in this Code for which a fee is charged, and which require Bureau staff time for plan checking, field investigation, project evaluation, or other work or effort in addition to that which is ordinarily required for the permit or service for which the fee is charged, the following fees shall apply: (a) for Bureau of Engineering services that require 16 or fewer additional hours of Bureau staff time, a Special Engineering Fee of $145 per hour shall be charged for each hour of additional service, up to a maximum of 16 hours total; and (b) for Bureau of Engineering services that require more than 16 additional hours of Bureau staff time, the Bureau will charge and collect the actual cost of its services pursuant to the provisions of Section 61.15, unless a provision of this Code provides for a different fee amount. The provisions of this Section shall not apply to any Bureau of Engineering fee that requires payment of actual Bureau costs rather than a fixed pre-determined fee amount. SEC ACTUAL COST SPECIAL ENGINEERING SERVICES. (Added by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.) For all Bureau of Engineering permits or other services identified in this Chapter for which a fee is charged, and which require Bureau staff to provide more than 16 hours of time for plan checking, field investigation, project evaluation, or other work or effort in addition to that which is ordinarily required for the permit or service for which the fee is charged, or for requested Bureau services for projects not specifically described in this Code, the Bureau shall charge and collect a fee in an amount sufficient to pay the Bureau's actual cost of providing its services. The actual cost amount determination shall include, but not be limited to, all direct and indirect labor costs, retirement and overhead costs. An applicant for any permit or services subject to the provisions of this Section must pay, before the Bureau of Engineering provides any services, a deposit in an amount that the Bureau estimates will be the actual cost of providing its services. For Bureau of Engineering services provided pursuant to the provisions of this Section, if before completion of providing the requested services the Bureau determines that additional funds are needed to compensate the Bureau for the actual cost of providing the services, the Bureau may halt all work on the project for

6 which the application was made and require the applicant to pay the amount that the Bureau estimates will be needed to compensate the Bureau for the actual cost of providing the requested services. At the conclusion of providing the requested services, if actual Bureau costs are less than the amount deposited, the applicant shall be refunded the difference. The Bureau of Engineering shall not issue or approve any permit until all monies owed pursuant to the provisions of this Section are paid. SEC SUMMARY OF FEES FOR THE BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. (Added by Ord. No. 182,237, Eff. 9/28/12.) The following table is a summary of fees for Bureau of Engineering services provided pursuant to the provisions of this Chapter. If there is any discrepancy between the provisions of this summary and the Sections of this Code imposing the fees, the provisions of the Sections of this Code imposing the fees shall prevail. Additional charges may be imposed pursuant to the provisions of Sections and Permit / Service Description LAMC Section Fee Surcharge for equipment and training (7% Fund) Footnote [1] Engineering processing of building permits (SFD non-hillside area) $75 Engineering processing of building permits (all others) $125 Expedited permit surcharge % Survey monument inspection (first monument) [1] $265 Survey monument inspection (each additional) [1] $78 Survey monument re-inspection (first monument) [1] $265 Survey monument re-inspection (each additional) [1] $78 Improvement bond processing (new bonds) [1] [2] $500 Improvement bond extension processing [1] [2] $420 Improvement bond replacement processing [1] [2] $500 Special engineering [1] [2] $145/hour Actual cost engineering services [1] [2] Actual Excavation (U) permit 1,000 sq. ft. [1] [2] 62.05(a)1. $185 Excavation (U) permit > 1,000 sq. ft. [1] [2] 62.05(a)2. Actual Excavation (E) permit 1,000 sq. ft. [1] [2] 62.05(a)1. $425 Excavation (E) permit > 1,000 sq. ft. [1] [2] 62.05(a)2. Actual Excavation (U) permit inspection for 1-99 sq. ft. [1] [2] 62.05(a)1. $114 Excavation (U) permit inspection for 100-1,000 sq. ft. [1] [2] 62.05(a)1. $2.20/sq.ft. Excavation (U) permit inspection > 1,000 sq. ft. [1] [2] 62.05(a)2. Actual Special inspection rate, regular [1] [2] 62.05(a)1. $95/hour Overtime inspection rate, weekday [1] [2] 62.05(a)1. $95/hour Overtime inspection rate, weekend and holiday, 4 hours minimum [1] [2] 62.05(a)1. $380 Tie-back, each [1] [2] 62.05(a)3.(aa) $605 De-tensioned anchor rod left in place < 20' below the surface fee, each [1] [2] 62.05(a)3.(bb) $2,040 SDRF and SSDRF calculation surcharge [1] [2] B. $18 Maintenance hole opening individual permit [1] [2] $135 Maintenance hole opening annual permit [1] [2] $265 Maintenance hole permit copy (each) [1] [2] $1.80 Materials permit - BOE convenience fee [1] [2] 62.45(d)5. $32.50 Peak hour exemption processing [1] [2] $250 Preliminary land use review (PCRF) [1] [2] (a) $125 Land use review - zone change [1] [2] (b) $7,125 Land use review - zone change w/pcrf [1] [2] (b) $7,000 Land use review - conditional use permit [1] [2] (c) $7,125 Land use review - conditional use permit w/pcrf [1] [2] (c) $7,000 Land use review - City Planning case [1] [2] (d) $7,125 Land use review - City Planning case w/pcrf [1] [2] (d) $7,000 Land use review - site plan review [1] [2] (e) $7,125 Land use review - site plan review w/pcrf [1] [2] (e) $7,000 Land use review - coastal development permit [1] [2] (f) Actual Land use review - surface mining [1] [2] (g) $1,535 A permit basic fee [1] [2] (a) $265 A permit curb inspection per linear foot [1] [2] (b)1. $3.70 A permit paving, gutter, sidewalk, driveway inspection per square foot [1] [2] (b)2. $0.85 A permit resurfacing per square foot [1] [2] (b)3. $3.30

7 A permit area drains, each [1] [2] (b)4. $15.95 A permit tree wells, each [1] [2] (b)5. $15.95 A permit pipe inspection, each [1] [2] (b)6. $5.50 A permit maximum density test, each [1] [2] (d)1. $300 A permit relative compaction test, each [1] [2] (d)1. $115 A permit concrete cylinder test, each [1] [2] (d)2. $100 B permit services (all) [1] [2] Actual Revocable permit Tier 1 [1] [2] $540 Revocable permit Tier 2 [1] [2] $1,800 Revocable permit Tier 3 [1] [2] Actual Overload permit special engineering > 75 tons not exceeding Purple limits [1] [2] (a) $70 Overload permit special engineering > 75 tons exceeding Purple limits [1] [2] (b) Actual Overload "annual" permit special engineering [1] [2] (c) $140 Traffic management fee, per lane per block [1] [2] F. $275 Watercourse permit [1] [2] B.5. $3,035 Sewer connection permit [1] [2] 64.15(a)1. $265 Storm drain connection permit [1] [2] 64.15(a)1. $265 House connection sewer inspection, per linear foot [1] [2] 64.15(a)2. $2.84 Bonded sewer lateral, per linear foot 64.15(b) $82 Bonded sewer, per linear foot 64.18(a) $72 Storm drain or catch basin tap connection [1] [2] 64.20(a)1. $72 Sewer tap/saddle connection special inspection [1] [2] 64.20(a)2. $95/hour Surcharge for one-stop permit center (2% Fund) Footnote [2] Footnotes: [1] A surcharge of 7% or $1, whichever is greater will be added to the listed fee pursuant to LAMC Section [2] A surcharge of 2% or $1, whichever is greater will be added to the listed fee pursuant to LAMC Section ARTICLE 2 STREETS AND SIDEWALKS Section Definitions Removal of Obstructing Structures Excavations in and Adjacent to Streets Permits Excavations in and Adjacent to Streets Locations and Restrictions Notification and Location Requirements Excavation in and Adjacent to Streets Performance of the Work Excavations in and Adjacent to Streets Charges Establishment of a Street Damage Restoration Fee Specifications and Procedures for Above Ground Facilities Installations in the Public Rights-of-Way Fine for Non-compliance Appeal for Violation of Above Ground Facility, Specification and Procedures Maintenance Holes Permit for Opening Maintenance Hole Permit Fees Manholes Emergency Openings Manholes Warning Signs Exemptions Materials or Equipment in Streets Permits, Regulations, Fees Permits Conditions Permits Revocation Revocation of Permits Work to Cease Building Material Deposit in Streets Building Material Illumination Building Material Deposits Cranes Restrictions Plaster Mixing on Street Permit to Be Exhibited Building Material Removal of.

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