Unless otherwise expressly stated or the context clearly indicated a different intention, the following terms shall, for the purpose of this article have the following meanings:
(a) Driveway means a place on private property for the operation of motor vehicles.
(b) Driveway Approach means an area between the public street or roadway and private property intended to provide access for vehicles from the roadway or street to private property.
(Ord. 73, Sec. 1)
It shall be unlawful for any person to construct a driveway approach within the city except an authorized by this article.
(Ord. 73, Sec. 2)
No driveway approach shall be less than 12 feet in width.
(Ord. 73, Sec. 3)
The culvert used in the construction of a driveway approach shall not be less than 12 inches in diameter or the equivalent of same.
(Ord.73, Sec. 4)
The total costs of the construction of a driveway approach, including the furnishing of a culvert or tube if necessary for the construction of same, it shall be paid by the abutting property owner.
(Ord. 73, Sec. 5)
Every driveway approach shall be constructed under the supervision and specifications of the city which specifications shall include the width thereof and the diameter of the culvert used therein.
(Ord. 73, Sec. 6)
The city is authorized to order and effect the removal or reconstruction of any driveway approach which is not constructed according to the specifications of the city. The cost of removing or reconstructing such driveway approaches shall be at the expense of the abutting property owner.
(Ord. 73, Sec. 7)
Any decision or specification of the city may be appealed to the city council, provided such appeal is field in writing with the City Clerk within 10 days after the issuance of the decision or specification complained of.
(Ord.73, Sec. 8)