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(a) Upon filing an application for a major utility permit, the applicant shall pay a $400 nonrefundable fee in a form acceptable to the department. Major utility permits are those that allow,
(1) installations of aerial or underground distribution and transmission lines;
(2) duct systems;
(3) utilidors and utility tunnels, including crossings and extensions;
(4) structure or appurtenance construction, including vaults, lift stations, extra manholes, substations, and other design features of a similar nature;
(5) a crossing or installation requiring boring, trenching, or opening a roadway surface; and
(6) aerial service lines requiring installation of poles in a right-of-way.
(b) Upon filing an application for a minor utility permit, the applicant shall pay a $50 nonrefundable fee in a form acceptable to the department. Minor utility permits are those that allow
(1) aerial service lines, including service lines from longitudinal distribution lines outside a right-of-way and service lines attached to existing poles; and
(2) amendments to existing permits.
(c) Upon the issuance of a major utility permit, if the proposed facility is more than 200 feet in length, the permittee shall pay the department a nonrefundable fee, not to exceed $2,500, of 25 cents per foot of length in excess of 200 feet.
(d) The department will, in its discretion, require a permittee to reimburse the department for the actual cost of inspection if the special provisions of the utility permit require an inspection.
History: Eff. 5/23/82, Register 82; am 7/4/87, Register 102
Authority: AS 02.15.020
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