SB 1934: Utility Right-of-way Relocation
GENERAL BILL by Evers
Utility Right-of-way Relocation; Requires utility owners to remove or relocate at their expense utilities that interfere with public roads or rail corridors. Provides an exception if a local governmental entity acquires property where the utility was legally located prior to the acquisition. Adds an exception for certain permits issued in 1972. Provides for notice to utilities prior to commencement of work. Requires the initiation of removal by the utility.
Last Action: 5/7/2011 Senate - Died in Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities (CU)
- Transportation (TR)
- Community Affairs (CA)
- Budget (BC)
• Referred to Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities; Transportation; Community Affairs; Budget -SJ 247
• Introduced -SJ 247
• On Committee agenda-- Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities, 04/11/11, 1:00 pm, 110 Senate Office Building --Temporarily Postponed
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities
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