Inspection of grading and earthwork will be performed by the City engineer's office as follows:
During the preliminary site development, inspections of the site grading and earthwork construction will be made on a random basis for the purpose of identifying any deviation from the grading plan, and any conditions which are potentially hazardous to life and limb, endanger property, or adversely affect the safety, use, or stability of a public way or drainage channel. Noncompliance with this Part 6 or the approved grading plan shall be cause for the City engineer to revoke the grading permit and/or building permit.
When the inspector determines that any existing grading or earthwork on private property has become a hazard to life and limb, endangers property, or adversely affects the safety, use, or stability of a public way or drainage channel, the owner of the property upon which the excavation or fill is located, or other person or agent in control of said property, upon receipt of notice in writing from the City, shall within the period specified therein repair or eliminate such excavation or fill so as to eliminate the hazard and be in conformance with the requirement of this Part 6.
Prior to issuance of a grading permit, the City will require a construction bond as spelled out in section 7-82B(4)(e). This construction bond will be administered the same as bonds are administered under the current existing subdivision ordinance. This bond will remain in effect until completion of construction per the approved grading plan and acceptance by the City. In addition, the bond or portion of the bond as deemed necessary by the City engineer shall remain in effect until completion of the owner's responsibilities in sections 7-79 through 7-82.