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A. Grantee shall comply with the construction requirements of Minnesota statutes section 238.084(n).
B. Grantee agrees to obtain a permit as required by city prior to removing, abandoning, relocating or reconstructing, if necessary, any portion of its facilities. Notwithstanding the foregoing, city understands and acknowledges there may be instances when grantee is required to make repairs, in compliance with federal or state laws, that are of an emergency nature. Grantee will notify city prior to such repairs, if practicable, and will obtain the necessary permits in a reasonable time after notification to city.
C. Reimbursement paid through the permitting process is separate, and in addition to, any other fees included in the franchise. Grantee, at the time of or prior to submitting construction plans, shall provide city with a description of the type of service to be provided by the grantee in sufficient detail for city to determine compliance with the franchise and applicable laws.
D. City may issue reasonable policy guidelines to all grantees to establish procedures for determining how to control issuance of engineering permits to multiple grantees for the use of the same rights of way for their facilities. Grantee shall cooperate with city in establishing such policy and comply with the procedures established by the city manager or his or her designee to coordinate the issuance of multiple engineering permits in the same right of way segments.
E. Failure to obtain permits or comply with permit requirements shall subject grantee to all enforcement remedies available to city under applicable laws or this franchise.
F. Grantee shall meet with developers and be present at preconstruction meetings to ensure that the newly constructed cable system facilities are installed in new developments within city in a timely manner. City shall notify grantee in writing of any such scheduled meetings at least fourteen (14) days in advance.
G. Grantee shall provide a written status report to city every ninety (90) days regarding its progress toward completion of the system upgrade/construction, which completion shall be on or before May 31, 2003, as required by section 9-1-6 of this chapter and in accordance with section 9-1-16, exhibit C, of this chapter. (Ord. 827, 8-5-2002, eff. 8-26-2002)