§ 38.02  SUBMITTAL OF EMERGENCY ENERGY PLAN.
   (A)   Every electric utility company must have adopted an emergency energy plan no later than 30 days after the effective date of this chapter, or within 30 days after becoming an electric utility company, whichever is later. Every such electric utility company shall submit to the Village Administrator an emergency energy plan adopted by the company no later than 30 days after the effective date of this chapter, or within 24 hours of the time the plan is adopted, whichever is later. The electric utility company shall be required to examine and update as needed its emergency energy plan at least annually. The electric utility company shall notify the foregoing public official(s) in writing of any material revisions to its plan and the rationale for said revisions within five business days of the time the revisions are made.
   (B)   The emergency energy plan shall include, at a minimum, information detailing:
      (1)   Circumstances that would require the implementation of the emergency energy plan;
      (2)   Stages of the emergency energy plan;
      (3)   The approximate geographic limits of each outage area provided for in the emergency energy plan;
      (4)   The approximate number of customers within each outage area provided for in the emergency energy plan;
      (5)   The police facilities, fire stations, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, day care centers, senior citizen centers, community health centers, dialysis centers, community mental health centers, correctional facilities, storm water and wastewater treatment or pumping facilities, and water-pumping stations that have been identified by the village, and persons on life-support systems that are known to the company, and that could be affected by controlled rotating interruptions of electric service under the emergency energy plan; and
      (6)   The anticipated sequence and duration of intentional interruptions of electric service to each outage area under the emergency energy plan.
(Ord. 99-23, passed 9-15-99)