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(A) The following schedule of fees shall apply to a small wireless facilities (“SWF”) placed in public rights-of-way (“ROW”):
ROW use fee
$50/year x number of SWFs
ROW use fee for monopoles and associated wireless facilities
Limited to not more than the direct and actual cost of managing the ROW as determined by the public works department
Authority utility pole attachment
$100 per SWF up to five $50 per additional SWF
Batched applications up to 25 SWFs :
First five SWFs at $100
Additional 20 sites at $50
Total for batch of 25
Applications submitted from July 1 - December 31 of any given year:
Annual use fee - city ROW
Annual use fee - city pole in ROW
Ordinary permit use fee:
SWF as defined in A.R.S. § 9-591(19)
SWF as defined in A.R.S. § 9-594
Utility pole and monopole applications:
New, replacement or modified utility poles
Violation use fees*:
Failure to restore ROW or correct violations of specifications, code, ordinance or standards within ten (10) business days after receiving notice to correct.
$600 per day
Failure to make books and records available.
$250 per day
Any action or non-action by Provider contrary to Standard Terms that causes inconvenience costs and is not cured after three (3) business days notice.
$500 per occurrence
* Violation use fee is in addition to any cost the city may incur to restore the ROW or correct the violation.
(B) Assignment fee: provider shall pay to city in advance five hundred dollars ($500) non-refundable fee for legal, administrative and other expenses related to each pre-approved assignment or to any request for a consent to assign, whether or not City grants such request.
(C) Late fees: should any violation use fee not be paid on or before the due date, a late fee in the amount of the greater of ten percent (10%) or one hundred dollars ($100) shall be applied. Any violation use fee that is not timely paid shall accrue interest at the rate of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month from the date the amount first came due.
(Ord. 1454, passed 12-5-2017)