SB1102 - Modifies provisions relating to Jefferson County ordinances
SB 1102 Modifies provisions relating to Jefferson County ordinances
Sponsor: Alter
LR Number: 5300L.03C Fiscal Note: 5300-03
Committee: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Government
Last Action: 4/27/2006 - Referred to Rules Committee pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) Journal Page: H1315
Title: HCS SB 1102 Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2006
House Handler: Roorda

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HCS/SB 1102 - This act allows Jefferson County to adopt ordinances regarding the relocation of utility facilities within the right-of-ways of streets, highways, or roads under its jurisdiction.

No county of the first, second, third, or fourth classification shall have the power to adopt any ordinance, resolution, or regulation governing any railroad company, telecommunications or wireless companies, public utilities, rural electric cooperatives, or municipal utilities.

Currently, Jefferson County may adopt orders with penal provisions consistent with state law in the areas of traffic violations, solid waste management, and animal control. Under this act, the county would be able to adopt such orders in any area covered by the county's ordinances.

SUSAN HENDERSON MOORE