1. No permit is required for the placement of mailboxes in the right-of-way provided such mailbox conforms to the requirements of this subsection.
2. All mailboxes shall be mounted not more than 36 inches above grade on a pedestal or base measuring no more than 24 inches in width and 24 inches in depth and shall otherwise meet the standards as authorized by the United States Postal Service when installed in the Town right-of-way.
3. The owner of a mailbox installed pursuant to this subsection shall hold harmless the Town from any and all losses of any kind or description that may result from the mailbox being placed in the Town right-of-way.
4. The mailbox shall be placed so as not to present a hazard to persons lawfully using the right-of-way. If, in the opinion of the Town Engineer, any such mailbox is potentially harmful to any public utility or other public improvement located in the right-of-way or constitutes a hazard to the public, the Town Engineer may order its removal.
1. No permit is required of any owner or tenant of a single-family or two family residential structure abutting any right-of-way, and any contractor employed by such owner or tenant to conduct the following activities in that portion of the right-of-way abutting the property and lying between the property line and the curb or traveled portion of the right-of-way.
a. Plan shrubs, grass or other decorative plants.
b. Place decomposed granite or other, similar decorative rock materials.
c. Place decorative lighting.
d. Trench to a depth not exceeding 12 inches provided such trenching does not involve cutting any curb, sidewalk or pavement.
2. All landscaping placed in the right-of-way pursuant to this subsection shall be placed in such a manner as not to present a hazard to the public. If, in the opinion of the Town Engineer, any such landscaping is potentially harmful to any public utility or other public improvement located in the right-of-way or constitutes a hazard to the public, the Town Engineer may order its removal.
C. No permit or fee is required in order to paint a house number on a curb.
D. No permit or fee under this article is required for work in any right-of-way in connection with the construction or reconstruction or alteration of any single-family or two family residential structure, provided a building permit has been issued by the Town for such construction, reconstruction or alteration and the work in the right-of-way does not involve the cutting or construction of any curb, sidewalk or pavement.
E. No permit or fee is required for properly permitted participants of the Adopt-A-Street program.
F. The placement of traffic control markings on pavements and curbs by the Town and the marking of pavements, curbs, and sidewalks by utility companies, engineers and surveyors to indicate the location of underground utility lines and the monuments in connection with surveying, construction and maintenance work may be done without a permit; however, all other pavement; curb and sidewalk markings require a permit unless otherwise excepted by this article.
G. No permit is required for a continuing use or maintenance of encroachments lawfully installed by public utilities, for changes therein or thereto where such continuing use, maintenance, changes or additions require no excavation of the right-of-way.