AGRICULTURAL LAND: Property actively utilized in agriculture production consistent with the definition of "agriculture" set forth in title 11, appendix A of this code (eastern Summit County planning district) or section 10-11-1 of this code (Snyderville Basin planning district).
CFR: The code of federal regulations.
COMMISSION: The public service commission of Utah.
COUNTY: Summit County, a political subdivision of the state of Utah.
ESSENTIAL PUBLIC FACILITIES: Those public facilities which are required in order to provide basic health and safety services to residents and visitors of Summit County, including, without limitation, water sanitation plants, water treatment plants, sewer treatment plants, water storage facilities, telecommunication towers, police stations, fire stations, emergency operations centers, jails, courthouses, public health facilities, and critical water sources.
EXCAVATION: An excavation activity defined in 49 CFR part 195.442, which includes excavation, grading, blasting, boring, tunneling, backfilling, the removal of aboveground structures by either explosive or mechanical means, and other earthmoving operations.
EXCAVATOR: Any person intending to engage in an excavation activity.
HAUL ROAD: Any county road, bridge, or other structure which is used for transporting items including, but not limited to, products, equipment, materials, and/or supplies, and as a result incurs deterioration.
HAUL ROAD AGREEMENT: An agreement as to the use of haul roads by the transmission pipeline operator, owner or contractor.
HAUL ROUTE: The system of haul roads between a source site and the destination and/or the source site and the nearest major intersection as determined by the county.
HAZARDOUS LIQUID PIPELINE: A pipeline designed for the transmission of a "hazardous liquid", as defined by 49 CFR part 195.2.
HAZARDOUS LIQUID PIPELINE COMPANY: A person or entity constructing, owning, or operating a hazardous liquid pipeline. "Hazardous liquid pipeline company" does not include excavation contractors or other contractors that contract with a hazardous liquid pipeline company.
HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS OR MATERIALS: Any hazardous or toxic waste, substance or material including, without limitation, petroleum, petroleum products, anhydrous ammonia, and all other hazardous substances as defined by the comprehensive environmental response, compensation and liability act, 42 USCA section 9601 et seq.; the hazardous materials transportation act, 49 USCA section 5101 et seq.; the resource conservation and recovery act, 42 USCA section 6901 et seq.; the toxic substances control act, 15 USCA section 2601 et seq.; the federal water pollution control act, 33 USCA section 1251 et seq.; the hazardous liquid pipeline safety act, 49 USCA section 60101 et seq.; the Utah safe drinking water act, Utah Code Annotated section 19-4-101 et seq.; the Utah water quality act, Utah Code Annotated section 19-5-101 et seq.; the Utah solid and hazardous waste act, Utah Code Annotated section 19-6-101 et seq.; 49 CFR 195.2, and any successor state or federal environmental laws which define hazardous substances, but shall not include natural gas, including liquefied natural gas.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSMISSION PIPELINE OR TRANSMISSION PIPELINE: A hazardous liquid pipeline, whether above or below ground, which transports or is designed to transport hazardous liquids or materials. As used herein, a transmission pipeline includes all parts of those physical facilities through which hazardous liquid moves in transportation, including pipe, valves, and other appurtenances attached to pipe, compressor units, pumping stations, metering stations, regulator stations, delivery stations, holders, breakout tanks, fabricated assemblies, and other surface pipeline appurtenances.
ONE CALL NOTIFICATION SYSTEM: A communication system that qualifies under this title and the one call damage prevention program of the state in which an operational center receives notices from excavators of intended excavation activities and transmits the notices to operators of underground pipeline facilities and other underground facilities that participate in the system. The state of Utah uses Blue Stakes Of Utah (811 or 1-800-662-4111).
PHMSA: The U.S. department of transportation pipeline and hazardous materials safety administration.
PERSON: Any individual, firm, joint venture, partnership, corporation, association, state, municipality, cooperative association, or joint stock association, and includes any trustee, receiver, assignee, or personal representative thereof.
PIPELINE: A tube, usually cylindrical, through which a hazardous liquid is transported from one point to another.
PIPELINE COMPANY: Without further qualification, means a hazardous liquid pipeline company.
PIPELINE PERMIT: An official action of the county engineer under this title having the effect of permitting the installation of a transmission pipeline in the county.
TRANSMISSION PIPELINE CORRIDOR OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSMISSION PIPELINE CORRIDOR: The pipeline pathway defined by rights of way and easements in which the pipelines and facilities of a transmission pipeline operator are located, including rights of way and easements over and through public or private property.
TRANSMISSION PIPELINE OPERATOR: The company or person responsible for the operation, maintenance and management of the transmission pipeline.
TRANSMISSION PIPELINE OWNER: The company or person which owns the transmission pipeline.
UNDERGROUND PIPELINE FACILITIES: Buried pipeline facilities used in the transportation of hazardous liquid subject to the pipeline safety laws (49 USC 60101 et seq.). (Ord. 825-A, 1-7-2015)