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    Sec. 35-11. Mailboxes in Streets.


    Sec. 35-11. Mailboxes in streets.
    Whenever any person shall desire to erect within the lines of any street or road in the city a rural free delivery mailbox, he must first make application therefor to the city manager, through the inspections division, who may issue a permit for its erection or construction. The post or support on which such box is to be fixed shall be of such material and design as may be approved by the city manager, and shall be erected at such point as the city manager may direct. The work shall be done at the cost of the applicant. In case of refusal to issue such permit, the manager shall report to the council, and the applicant may appeal to the council, whose decision shall be final. (Code 1959, § 30-20)
    Last updated date: 10/23/2006 4:15:21 PM