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Trees and Foliage in Right-Of-Way
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(1) No person shall plant, or allow to be planted in a public right-of-way, pedestrian right-of-way, or pedestrian easement, a tree, shrub, or plant without obtaining a permit at least ten days prior thereto.

(2) The city manager, or the manager’s designee, shall approve the type, location, spacing, and number of trees, shrubs or plants prior to issuance of the permit.

(3) A permit shall not be required hereunder for the planting of any flowering or fruit bearing plant, other than a tree, that does not violate the requirements of subsections 6.010(i) and (j) of this code.

(Section 7.635 amended by Ordinance No. 19146, enacted May 25, 1983, and Ordinance No. 19393, enacted July 28, 1986.)