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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 20.54 Trash Containers

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Chapter 20.54
Trash Containers

Sections:

20.54.010 Privilege to highest bidder.
20.54.020 Term.
20.54.030 Container specifications.
20.54.040 Advertising on containers.
20.54.050 Placement.
20.54.060 Condition of containers.
20.54.070 Indemnity.
20.54.080 Insurance.

20.54.010 Privilege to highest bidder.

The Board of Public Service is authorized to let to the highest and best bidder the exclusive privilege of supplying and placing on the public sidewalk areas of the City, trash receptacles or containers for the collection and temporary deposit of waste paper, trash or other litter as may be upon the public streets or sidewalks, and for the placing of private advertisements on the containers or receptacles in accordance with this chapter.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

20.54.020 Term.

The agreement shall be for a term, not to exceed five years.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

20.54.030 Container specifications.

The size, design and color of the containers shall be subject to the approval of the Board of Public Service.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

20.54.040 Advertising on containers.

The type of advertising to be placed on the containers shall be subject to the approval of the Board of Public Service.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

20.54.050 Placement.

The placement of containers may not interfere with the safe and efficient passage of pedestrians and may not impede pedestrians access to or use of traffic control devices.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

20.54.060 Condition of containers.

The grantee shall maintain the containers in a safe and clean condition at all times. Damaged or disfigured containers shall be repaired or replaced immediately upon notification or discovery of damage or disfigurement.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

20.54.070 Indemnity.

The holder of any permit issued under the terms of this chapter, shall always release and indemnify, defend and save harmless the City, its officers, agents, and employees from and against any and all claims, actions, causes of action, demands, judgments, costs, expenses, and all damages of every kind and nature incurred by or injuring any person whatsoever predicated upon injury to or death of any person, or loss of or damage to property, public or private, or whatever ownership, or damage to business, provided the injury, death, loss, or damage shall arise out of or be connected directly or indirectly with the exercise of any right or privilege granted by the permit.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

20.54.080 Insurance.

No permit issued shall be effective until the permittee, at his own cost and expense and without cost to the City shall procure and maintain a liability policy or policies, including public liability and property damage on an occurrence basis, covering his operations under such permit, with bodily injury limit of not less than three hundred thousand dollars as to any one person and five hundred thousand dollars as to any one occurrence, and with property damage of not less than one hundred thousand dollars for any one occurrence. The insurance coverage constitutes a minimum requirement and shall in no way be deemed to limit or lessen the liability of the permittee under the terms of the permit. All of the insurance coverage so required shall be written in form and by a company or companies approved by the City Counselor and authorized to do business in the state. A certified copy or certified copies of all insurance policies shall be filed with the City Counselor and Board of Public Service and each policy shall contain a statement therein or endorsement thereon that it will not be cancelled or materially changed or altered without at least thirty days prior written notice, by registered or certified mail, to the City Counselor. All insurance policies shall be specially endorsed to include all liability assumed by the permittee and the City shall be named a co-insured.
(Ord. No. 68604, 23, 3-16-2010.)

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