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Bill Detail: HB24-1266

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Title Local Government Utility Relocation in Right-of-Way
Status Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Local Government & Housing (03/22/2024)
Bill Subjects
  • Local Government
House Sponsors E. Hamrick (D)
L. Frizell (R)
Senate Sponsors R. Zenzinger (D)
House Committee Transportation, Housing and Local Government
Senate Committee Local Government and Housing
Date Introduced 02/13/2024
Summary

The bill requires local governments to notify affected utility
companies of road improvement projects and establishes the process by
which local governments and utility companies may enter into agreements
governing the relocation of utility facilities. The bill requires local
governments and utility companies to coordinate on road improvement
projects necessitating the removal, relocation, or alteration of utility lines
in a local government's right-of-way and to commit to a schedule for
utility relocation by means of either a utility relocation agreement or a
clearance letter. If the actions of a utility company unreasonably delay the
utility relocation schedule or the schedule of the road improvement
project, the utility company must pay for the costs associated with the
delay. The bill does not alter the terms of any franchises or licenses
granted pursuant to statute or the state constitution.

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