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(A) Methods of construction, installation and maintenance of the cable television system shall comply with the most recent National Electrical Code to the extent that such code is consistent with local law affecting the construction, installation, maintenance of electric supply and communications lines. To the extent that such code is inconsistent with other provisions of this franchise or with local law, the latter shall govern. The grantee must obtain all necessary construction or excavation permits in advance from the grantor.
(B) Installation and physical dimensions of any tower constructed for use in the cable television system shall comply with all appropriate Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
(C) Any antenna structure used in the cable system shall comply with all appropriate local, state and federal regulations.
(D) All working facilities and conditions used during construction, installation and maintenance of the cable system shall comply with the standards of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
(E) Unless it is beyond the knowledge of the grantee, the grantee shall notify the franchising authority at least 30 days prior to or as soon as it is known by the grantee of any of the following changes:
(1) Addition to, deletion of or change in received channels;
(2) Addition to, deletion of or change in distributed channels or in channel conversion;
(3) Change in location of head-end or antenna sites; and
(4) Interconnection with other cable systems.
(F) The cable system permitted to be operated under this chapter shall be maintained and operated in conformance with Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations. If the Federal Communications Commission ceases to regulate technical standards, the grantee will comply with the standards of the successor regulatory authority of the State or Federal Government.
(2013 Code, § 8-4.9) (Ord. 14586, passed 4-13-1998)