Chapter 70 ELECTRICITY.
Section 70-2 BOND TO BE GIVEN BY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
A. Every electrical contractor holding a certificate of competence shall give a surety bond
payable to the town in the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.), with corporate surety approved
by the Town Attorney and conditioned to indemnify and save harmless the Town, as well as any
other person, from all expense and damage that may be caused by any negligent, defective or
inadequate work done in the Town under any contract that such person may undertake and also
conditioned upon the faithful performance of, and compliance with, all of the provisions of this
B. Such electrical contractor shall not engage in or carry on his trade or occupation until such
bond has been given, nor shall any license be issued to such electrical contractor under Chapter
98 of this Code until such bond has been given.
C. Such bond shall be for the license period and shall be renewed upon renewal of license.
D. The Electrical Inspector and Town Manager shall have authority to declare such bond