[1932 Revision, Title 4, Ch. 1, § 18]
No pole shall be erected in any street in this Town by any telegraph, telephone or electric light company or by any other person unless the consent of the Town Engineer and the approval of the owners to such erection shall be first obtained. In no case shall trees be mutilated by cutting limbs or branches without first obtaining permission from the Town Engineer.
[1932 Revision, Title 4, Ch. 1, § 19]
No person shall attach any guy, stay line or wire or any electric wire, insulator or other device for the holding of any electric wire to any tree standing on a street of the Town except by permission of the Town Engineer.
[1932 Revision, Title 4, Ch. 1, § 20]
All telegraph, telephone or electric light poles erected by permission as provided in Section 17-1 and poles already erected and renewed, shall be straight and free from imperfection, and in length shall not be less than 35 feet and in diameter not less than 10 inches at the butt and five inches at the top. All poles of such dimensions shall not be less than five feet in the ground. Poles exceeding 35 feet of length shall be set six inches in the ground for each four feet of height, and any pole that is, in the judgment of the Town Engineer, unsafe, shall be removed by the person maintaining the same within 10 days after notice from the Town Engineer of property to remove the same has been given.
[1932 Revision, Title 4, Ch. 1, § 21]
It shall be deemed part of the permission to set any telegraph, telephone or electric light poles that a crosspiece put on all poles may be used by the Town to place fire alarms, police patrol or telephone wires.