7-58-030  Review of plan.
   Upon submission of the emergency energy plan required under Section 7-58-020, the Executive Director, in consultation with the Superintendent of Police, Fire Commissioner, and Commissioner of Assets, Information, and Services, or their respective departmental designees, shall review the plan. In order to assure appropriate coordination with public health and safety agencies, the Executive Director shall have the right to approve or reject the plan or any element thereof based on: (1) the potential impact of the plan on public health and safety, (2) the potential impact of the plan on the duties of the City’s public health and safety agencies; and (3) what steps the company has taken to mitigate those potential health or safety problems. Within 30 days after the date on which the plan is submitted, the Executive Director shall notify the electric utility company, in writing, whether the submitted plan has been approved or rejected. If the plan is rejected, the reasons therefor shall be stated in writing. In such case, within 30 days after notice of the rejection is given, the electric utility company shall submit a revised plan to the Executive Director, Superintendent of Police, Fire Commissioner and Commissioner of Assets, Information, and Services, or their respective designees. Following consultation with the Superintendent of Police, Fire Commissioner and Commissioner of Assets, Information, and Services, the Executive Director shall approve or reject the revised plan, in writing, within 30 days after the date on which it is resubmitted. An electric utility company shall be in violation of this chapter if such company fails to have in place an emergency energy plan approved by the Executive Director within 120 days after the plan is required to be submitted under subsection 7-58-020(a).
(Added Coun. J. 9-9-98, p. 77140; Amend Coun. J. 11-21-17, p. 61755, Art. III, § 3; Amend Coun. J. 11-26-19, p. 11390, Art. III, § 12)