CHAPTER 1052
Electricity
EDITOR'S NOTE:  Ordinance 193-2000, passed October 9, 2000, authorized the City to enter into the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council of Governments for the purpose of jointly establishing and implementing an electricity aggregation program.
On November 7, 2000, the voters of the City approved an opt- out electricity aggregation program.
Ordinance 226-2000, passed December 18, 2000, adopted the Plan of Operation and Governance for the Electricity Aggregation Program for the City and the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council.
Ordinance 68-2001, passed March 26, 2001, adopted the Plan of Operation and Governance for the Electricity Aggregation Program for the City with First Energy Services Corp.
Copies of these ordinances and plans may be obtained, at cost, from the Clerk of Council.
There are no sections in Chapter 1052.  This chapter has been established to provide a place for cross references and any future legislation.
   CROSS REFERENCES
   Power to establish electric light and power rates - see Ohio R. C. 715. 03, 715.06
   Power to furnish light, power and heat - see Ohio R. C. 715. 06, 717. 01
   Power to erect electric works - see Ohio R. C. 743.34
   Theft of utilities - see GEN. OFF. 642.29
   Electrified fences - see GEN. OFF. 660.17
   Electrical licensing - see B. & H. Ch. 1422, Ch. 1424
   Public utilities and other companies supplying electrical energy - see B.&H. 1424.03
   Board of Electrical Examiners - see B. & H. 1424.04 et seq.
   Electric sign licensing - see B. & H. Ch. 1430
   Electric wiring permit and inspection fees - see B. & H. 1444.02, 1444.06
   Electrical outlets in dwellings - see B. & H. 1472.07
   Electrical facilities in kitchens - see B. & H. 1472.08
   Electrical wiring and facilities in dwellings - see B. & H. Ch. 1484
   Electric wiring standards in rooming houses, rental dwellings and dwelling units - see B. & H. 1490.01