Sec. 20-4-4. Same--Not to be in conflict with certain regulations.

All work performed pursuant to a permit issued shall be in compliance with the following regulations:
(a) All sidewalk work shall be done under the direction, supervision, and to the satisfaction of the director of public works, and must be constructed in accordance with the City Standard Plans and Specifications on file in the office of the director of public works.
(b) All prepared subgrades and surfaces shall be inspected and approved by the director of public works before any concrete is poured. All completed work shall be subject to approval by the city. At least twenty-four hours advance notice shall be given to the city by the permittee so that the city may schedule inspections.
(c) No sidewalk shall be constructed of anything other than concrete, unless prior approval is obtained from the director of public works.
(d) All debris and surplus materials shall be removed promptly upon completion of the work.
(e) The permittee shall maintain the premises in a safe manner and shall provide adequate barricades, lights or other safety precautions at his/her own expense as may be necessary to adequately protect the safety of the public using the adjacent streets or sidewalks.
(f) The permittee shall be responsible for all claims and liabilities arising out of work performed pursuant to the permit, or arising out of the permittee’s failure to perform the obligations with respect to sidewalk construction and maintenance or to provide all public safety facilities required by law. The permittee shall, and by acceptance of the permit agrees to, defend, indemnify, and save and hold harmless the city, its officers and employees, from and against any and all suits, claims, or actions brought by any person for bodily injury or property damage and/or other
injury sustained in or arising out of the construction or the work performed pursuant to the permit or in consequence of permittee’s failure to perform the obligations with respect to sidewalk construction and maintenance and to the provision of all public safety facilities required by law. (Ord. No. 1201, § 2 (part).)