§ 86-47. Application.  


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  • When a permit is required under this division, the permit application shall, unless otherwise authorized by the director of public works for good cause shown, be filed with the director of public works at least five days prior to the day the applicant seeks to first close or block any part of the sidewalk, street, alley, highway, or any other right-of-way in the city and shall contain the following information:

    (1)

    The name, telephone number, local address and principal place of business of the applicant.

    (2)

    The name and day and night telephone numbers of the engineer, foreman or other person who will be in charge of the construction or repairs for which the application is requested.

    (3)

    The times of the day and total number of calendar days the applicant seeks to block the sidewalk, street, alley, highway or other right-of-way in the city.

    (4)

    A statement signed by the applicant or a person authorized to bind the applicant that the applicant will indemnify and forever hold the city harmless against each and every claim, demand or cause of action that may be made or come against it because of or in any way arising out of the closing or blocking of the sidewalk, street, alley, highway or other right-of-way by the applicant under a permit from the city, if such permit is granted.

    (5)

    A standard barricading layout showing placement of barricades, cones and informational signs used on the project.

    (6)

    An explanation as to the nature or type of work that is to be performed along with its location, including the name of the street or highway in which it is proposed to make such an opening, the exact location in the sidewalk, street, alley, highway or other right-of-way wherein it is proposed to make such opening, the purpose of making the opening and the name of the person who proposes to make such excavation or opening.

    (7)

    Any other information deemed necessary by the director of public works.

(Code 1968, §§ 26-20, 26-83)