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  67.1834.  Restoration of a public right-of-way after excavation, standards and conditions, completion dates. — 1.  A public utility right-of-way user, after an excavation of a public right-of-way, shall provide for restoration of the right-of-way and surrounding areas, including the pavement and its foundation, in accordance with the standards and conditions of the political subdivision, unless the political subdivision, at its option, chooses to perform its own street restoration, in which case the public utility right-of-way user shall be responsible for reimbursing the political subdivision its reasonable actual restoration costs within thirty days of invoice.  Restoration of the public right-of-way shall be completed within the dates specified in the right-of-way permit, unless the permittee obtains a waiver, extension or a new or amended right-of-way permit.  Every right-of-way user to whom a right-of-way permit has been granted shall guarantee for a period of four years the restoration of the right-of-way in the area where such right-of-way user conducted excavation and performed the restoration.

  2.  If a public utility right-of-way user fails to restore the public right-of-way within the date specified in the right-of-way permit, or has not acquired a waiver or extension to such permit, a political subdivision is authorized to perform its own restoration required as a result of the excavation, and require the public utility right-of-way user to reimburse the political subdivision for the actual costs of such restoration.

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(L. 2001 S.B. 369)


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