(1) The permittee shall, at its own expense, restore the surface of any public way to its original condition and replace any removed or damaged pavement with the same type and depth of pavement as that which is adjoining, including the gravel base material. All restoration shall conform to the engineering regulations, design standards, and specifications promulgated by the City and shall be accomplished within the time limits set forth in this Chapter, unless additional time is granted in writing by the Department.
(2) Permittees shall be responsible for any necessary repair of a temporary restoration of a street, alley, or other public place until the permanent restoration is completed. Permittees shall be responsible for any necessary repair of a permanent restoration until the street, alley, or other public place has been repaved, reconstructed, or for the one (1) year guarantee period after the completion of a permanent restoration, whichever occurs sooner, unless the permittee contracted with the City Engineer for permanent restoration. If the permittee who is responsible fails to complete any necessary repair of a filled temporary restoration within three (3) calendar days or a permanent restoration within thirty (30) calendar days of being notified to do so by the City, the City Engineer may complete the repair and assess the permittee for the costs of such repair.
(3) At its option, the permittee doing the actual excavation work may request that the City restore the surface to its original condition. The fee for such resurfacing shall be determined by the City Engineer in accordance with its reasonable costs for such excavation and shall be charged to the person, firm, or corporation making the excavation. Payment for said excavation shall be received by the City prior to the release of the bond.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 97-63, Enacted, 11/6/1997
Ord. No. 99-54, Amended, 11/4/1999
Ord. No. 05-08, Amended, 3/17/2005