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(a) A communications services provider that intends to provide communications services to one or more occupants shall send a notice of intent to the property owner at least 30 days before the proposed installation date. The notice of intent shall be sent by registered mail or electronic mail. If the notice of intent is sent by electronic mail, the 30-day period shall not commence until the communications service provider is able to confirm that the property owner actually received the electronic mail communication.
(b) A notice of intent to provide communications services shall include, but need not be limited to, the following information:
(1) A statement that the communications services provider: (A) is authorized to provide communications services in the City; (B) has received a request for service from one or more occupants, including the unit number of each such occupant; (C) when installing, operating, maintaining or removing its facilities and equipment from the property, will conform to such reasonable conditions as the property owner deems necessary to protect the safety, functioning, and appearance of the property and the convenience and well-being of the occupants; (D) will pay the property owner just and reasonable compensation for its use of the property, and the proposed amount of such just and reasonable compensation to be paid as required by Article 52 of the Police Code; and (E) will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the property owner for any damage caused by the installation, operation, maintenance, or removal of its facilities from the property.
(2) (A) A description of the communications services to be offered to occupants; and (B) a full set of the communications services provider’s detailed plans and specifications for any work to be performed and facilities and equipment to be installed in or on the property, including any required utility connections and the electrical demand of any facilities and equipment to be installed.
(3) The dates and times the communications services provider proposes to start and complete the installation.
(4) A statement that the property owner has until five days before the proposed installation start date to notify the communications services provider in writing either that:
(B) The property owner will allow the communications services provider to provide services on the property, but disagrees with the amount of the just and reasonable compensation the communications services provider has proposed. In this case, the property owner shall state the amount of just and reasonable compensation the property owner will require; and, in either the case of (A) or (B), the property owner shall state:
(C) Such reasonable conditions the communications services provider must follow during the installation to protect the safety, functioning, and appearance of the property and the convenience and well-being of the occupants.
(5) A reference to and a copy of this Article 52.
(Added by Ord. 250-16, File No. 161110, App. 12/22/2016, Eff. 1/21/2017)