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§39-2.1-2  Location of gas regulators and/or gas meters in historic districts. –

Published: 2015

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Public Utilities and Carriers

CHAPTER 39-2.1

Location of Residential Gas Regulators and Gas Meters

SECTION 39-2.1-2

   § 39-2.1-2  Location of gas regulators

and/or gas meters in historic districts. –

(a) The public utility is hereby prohibited from installing gas regulators or

gas meters on the exterior of property located within a historic district,

unless permitted to do so by the owner, and are hereby required to obtain a

certificate of appropriateness from the historic district commission of any

city or town which has been created by the city or town council in accordance

with the provisions of chapter 45-24.1, et. seq.; provided, however, in high

pressure systems, the public utility may install gas regulators on the exterior

of property, subject to the exterior location being approved by the owner and

the historic district commission.

   (b) For the purposes of this section "property located with a

historic district" means "a certified historic structure" as defined in

subdivision 44-33.2-2(1).

History of Section.

(P.L. 2009, ch. 110, § 1; P.L. 2009, ch. 184, § 1.)