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S.B. 1282. An Act to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 22 of Title 15.2 an article numbered 7.2, consisting of sections numbered 15.2-2316.3, 15.2-2316.4, and 15.2-2316.5, and by adding in Title 56 a chapter numbered 15.1, consisting of sections numbered 56-484.26 through 56-484.31, relating to wireless communications infrastructure.

02/20/17 Senate: Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB1282ER)
02/14/17 House: Floor substitute printed 17105460D-H2 (Kilgore)
02/09/17 House: Committee substitute printed 17105221D-H1
01/30/17 Senate: Committee substitute printed 17104435D-S1
01/10/17 Senate: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/11/17 17103885D

Patron--McDougle

Passed Senate February 3, 2017 (21-Y 18-N 1-A)

House substitute agreed to by Senate February 15, 2017 (32-Y 4-N 2-A)

GOVERNOR'S RECOMMENDATION

 

    1. Line 100, enrolled, after property;
      strike
        and
      insert
        or
    2. Line 101, enrolled, after 15.2-2306
      insert
        , [a comma]
    3. Line 224, enrolled, after exceed
      strike
        $250
      insert
        $750
    4. Line 224, enrolled, after districtwide
      insert
        permit
    5. Line 224, enrolled, after or
      insert
        $150 for processing an application for a
    6. Line 276, enrolled, after project
      insert
        , the need to remove a hazard from the right-of-way when the Commissioner of Highways determines such removal is necessary to ensure the safety of the traveling public,
    7. Line 276, enrolled, after users of the right-of-way
      insert
        that are in similar conflict with the use of the right-of-way
    8. After line 325, enrolled
      insert
        2. That the provisions of this act shall not apply to any agreement, contract, or permit between the Department of Transportation and a wireless services provider or wireless infrastructure provider allowing the use of the public rights-of-way by the wireless services provider or wireless infrastructure provider, where the agreement, contract, or permit was existing and in effect prior to and on July 1, 2017. The Department of Transportation is authorized to continue enforcing such agreement, contract, or permit pursuant to the terms of the agreement, contract, or permit.
         

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