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Applications for permits to construct telecommunications facilities within a public right-of-way shall be submitted upon forms to be provided by the City and shall be accompanied by drawings, plans, specifications and maps in sufficient detail to:

A. Demonstrate:

1. That the facilities will be constructed in accordance with all applicable codes, rules and regulations and that the facilities will be constructed in accordance with the franchise agreement.

2. The location and route of all facilities on or in the public rights-of-way to be installed aboveground or on existing utility poles. The location and route of all facilities to be located under the surface of the ground within the public rights-of-way. Existing facilities shall be differentiated on the plans from new construction.

3. The location of all of applicant’s existing underground utilities, conduits, ducts, pipes, mains and installations which are within the public rights-of-way along the underground route proposed by the applicant.

4. A typical cross section shall be provided showing new or existing facilities in relation to the street, curb, sidewalk or right-of-way.

The application shall also be accompanied by computer generated electronic maps of the proposed installations in a format specified by the City unless the applicant demonstrates that the format utilized was developed by the applicant and is proprietary.

B. Show the location, dimension and types of all trees which will be substantially trimmed, removed or replaced as a result of the areas disturbed during construction and which are within or adjacent to the public rights-of-way along the route proposed by the applicant. The applicant shall submit a landscape plan, satisfactory to the City, for the replacement of such trees. (Ord. 2850 § 8, amended, 10/19/1999)

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