Maine Revised Statutes

§6407. Standard districts; procedure if public utility must be crossed

If a standard district, in constructing, maintaining or replacing any of its facilities, must cross any property of another public utility, the standard district must obtain the consent of the other public utility and undertake the work in accordance with conditions established by agreement. If, within 30 days after requesting consent, the standard district fails to reach an agreement with the public utility, the district may petition the commission to determine the time, place and manner of the crossing. All work done on the property of the public utility must be done under the supervision and to the satisfaction of the public utility or as prescribed by the commission. All work must be done at the expense of the standard district. [1995, c. 616, §10 (NEW).]

1995, c. 616, §10 (NEW).