City of Oak Grove, MO
Jackson County
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[Ord. No. 1247 §1, 3-15-1999]
A. 
Any person, firm, partnership, corporation, association, co-partnership or trust, prior to commencing any private work on public works projects in the City of Oak Grove, Missouri, shall comply with the following regulations and provisions:
1. 
Plans and specifications for the private construction of public works projects, including, but not limited to, streets, sidewalks, storm drainage systems, sanitary sewers, water lines, and appurtenances to be maintained by the City of Oak Grove, Missouri, shall be submitted to the City Engineer for approval. Prior to review of the plans by the City Engineer, the applicant shall submit a partial fee of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) to the City Clerk for review of the plans by the City Engineer. The remainder of the fee shall be determined as described in Subsection (3) below.
2. 
A public works permit shall be obtained from the City authorizing the construction mentioned as set forth in the approved plans and specifications.
3. 
The public works permit fee shall include costs incurred by the City for review of the plans by the City Engineer and the estimated cost of inspection and laboratory testing done by the City of Oak Grove during construction for quality control. No permit shall be issued by the City unless the applicant submits payment of a fee to the City Clerk equal to actual costs for review incurred by the City, less the initial review fee, and an amount equal to one and one-fourth percent (1.25%) of the estimated cost of project for storm and sanitary sewers; one and one-fourth percent (1.25%) of the estimated cost of project for water lines and two percent (2%) of the estimated cost for street projects. For purposes of this Section, the following schedule of construction costs shall be used to determine the estimated cost of the project:
a. 
Streets:
Primary arterial:
52 feet back to back
$168.00 per linear foot
Secondary arterial:
44 feet back to back
$144.00 per linear foot
Collector:
36 feet back to back
$114.00 per linear foot
Local street:
28 feet back to back
$90.00 per linear foot
b. 
Sanitary sewers:
8-inch diameter
$24.00 per linear foot
10-inch diameter
$30.00 per linear foot
12-inch diameter
$36.00 per linear foot
c. 
Storm sewers:
12-inch diameter
$24.00 per linear foot
15-inch diameter
$30.00 per linear foot
18-inch diameter
$36.00 per linear foot
21-inch diameter
$42.00 per linear foot
24-inch diameter
$48.00 per linear foot
27-inch diameter
$54.00 per linear foot
30-inch diameter
$60.00 per linear foot
36-inch diameter
$72.00 per linear foot
42-inch diameter
$84.00 per linear foot
48-inch diameter
$96.00 per linear foot
54-inch diameter
$108.00 per linear foot
60-inch diameter
$120.00 per linear foot
d. 
Water lines:
4-inch diameter
$10.00 per linear foot
6-inch diameter
$15.00 per linear foot
8-inch diameter
$20.00 per linear foot
12-inch diameter
$30.00 per linear foot
4. 
No construction shall be accomplished and the public works permit provided for herein shall not be issued until a performance and maintenance bond satisfactory to the City Attorney in an amount equal to one-half (½) the cost of construction and shall be posted with the City, guaranteeing against defects in the construction of streets, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, water lines and appurtenances for the period of one (1) year following the date of written acceptance of such improvements by the City, as well as guaranteeing the complete performance of the contemplated construction for which the permit herein provided for is issued, and further guaranteeing and ensuring that such construction shall be accomplished in a workmanlike manner, and further protecting the City of Oak Grove, Missouri, and ensuring said City from any loss or damage.
5. 
Following the issuance of the public works permit provided for herein, construction shall not be started until the City Inspector has been notified as to the time, location and scope of the construction.
6. 
No construction work shall be commenced until the public works permit provided for has been issued and a written notice to proceed shall have been issued by the City Inspector.
7. 
All construction work may be stopped at any time by the City Inspector or his/her agent when, in the opinion of the City Inspector, the workmanship materials used or procedures of work do not meet the requirements or comply with the City codes, ordinances, specifications and procedures for such work.
8. 
All work, accomplished by means of a public works permit issued under this Chapter, shall be subject to final inspection for City maintenance by the City Inspector and his/her recommendation shall be made to and written acceptance made thereon by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen.
[Ord. No. 1247 §2, 3-15-1999]
A. 
Sidewalks shall be constructed in locations as noted on the approved public works plans and specified on the building permit.
1. 
Sidewalks for non-residential development shall be constructed by the developer or builder prior to issuance of the occupancy permit by the City.
2. 
Sidewalks for residential development shall be constructed by the homebuilder prior to issuance of the occupancy permit by the City.
3. 
Residential developers shall post a performance bond with the City for a period of two (2) years following the termination date of their initial public works maintenance bond, guaranteeing the construction of approved plan sidewalks on their remaining subdivision lots by the end of the guarantee period. Form of the bond shall be satisfactory to the City Attorney. Amount of the bond shall be equal to the cost of construction of the remaining sidewalks at the beginning of the bond period. Construction cost used to determine the bond amount shall be thirteen dollars ($13.00) per linear foot.
[Ord. No. 1247 §3, 3-15-1999]
A. 
Grading And Subgrade Preparation.
1. 
Grading and site preparation shall be done in accordance with Section 2100 Kansas City Metropolitan Chapter, American Public Works Association (APWA) Street Construction and Material Specifications.
2. 
Subgrade preparation shall be done in accordance with Section 2200 APWA Street Construction and Material Specifications.
B. 
Curb And Gutter. All curb and gutter shall be twenty-four (24) inches wide. Portland cement concrete and constructed as specified in Section 2209 APWA Street Construction and Material Specifications. Integral curb and gutter shall be used in Portland cement concrete pavement as specified in Section 2208 APWA Street Construction and Material Specifications.
C. 
Street Base Courses And Surfaces.
Street Classification
Asphaltic Concrete Base
Asphaltic Concrete Surface
Portland Cement Concrete Alternate
Primary arterial
9 inches plus
2 inches
or 8 inches
Secondary arteria
17 inches plus
3 inches
or 8 inches
Residential collector
6 inches plus
2 inches
or 6 inches
Commercial collector
7 inches plus
2 inches
or 7 inches
Local (residential)
6 inches plus
2 inches
or 6 inches
Construction specification shall be the APWA Street Construction and Material Specifications. Asphaltic concrete surface and base per Section 2205. Portland cement concrete alternate per Section 2208. Use of stabilized aggregate base alternate construction is not permitted.
D. 
Sidewalks. Sidewalks shall be constructed in accordance with Section 2301 APWA Street Construction and Material Specifications. Expansion joints shall be placed at one hundred (100) foot centers and as noted on Standard Drawing SW-2. Contraction joints shall be placed at four (4) foot centers.
E. 
Storm Sewers. All construction of storm sewers and appurtenances shall conform to Section 2600 APWA Storm Sewer Construction and Material Specifications.
F. 
Sanitary Sewers. All construction of sanitary sewers and appurtenances shall conform to City ordinances, Section 2500 APWA Sanitary Sewer Construction and Material Specifications and regulations of the State of Missouri.
G. 
Water Lines. All construction of water mains and appurtenances shall conform to City Ordinances, Section 2900 APWA Water lines Construction and Material Specifications, and regulations of the State of Missouri.
[Ord. No. 1247 §4, 3-15-1999]
Any person who violates any provision of this Chapter shall be subject to punishment not to exceed ninety (90) days in jail and/or five hundred dollars ($500.00) fine for each offense. Each day of violation shall constitute a separate offense.