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Tdot Application And Utility Use And Occupancy Agreement


The Regional Utilities Engineer sends the third copy of the approved agreement and project plan – along with the information sent to the developer – to the Regional Maintenance Engineer. Tenn. Comp. R. &Regs. 1680-6-1-.08(5). The Regional Utilities Engineer determines the amount of the deposit to cover a refuelling facility inside a motorway entrance. The developer must add such a guarantee to its application in order to guarantee “compliance with the terms of the agreement”. Tenn. Comp. R. &Regs. 1680-6-1-.07(12).

A supply owner (developer) must apply for a utility and agreement from the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) and run a new refueling facility in a Priority Tenn State Highway. 1680-6-1-.02 (1) (t); Tenn. Comp. R. &Regs. 1680-6-1-.04. If the developer is a nationwide utility and may need multiple use and occupancy permissions, the developer may request a general use and occupancy agreement. TDOT reviews and treats services offered under a General Use and Occupancy Agreement in the same way that TDOT evaluates all other proposals.

However, the developer is not obliged to implement a new application and use and occupancy contract each time the distribution company offers a new service. Instead, the developer submits the general agreement of use and occupancy with supporting documents for the proposed supply in the project plan. Tenn. Comp. R. &Regs. 1680-6-1-.08(8). If the developer proposes to build utilities under a General Use and Occupancy Agreement (Form 2015-11), the Developer must submit copies of the General Use and Occupancy Agreement concluded and the project plan for the proposed offer, in accordance with the prescribed use and occupancy agreements. Tenn. Comp. R. &Regs.

1680-6-1-.08(8). A feeding device includes the “pipes, pipes or other systems used. to transmit or distribute. Electricity, gas, liquids, steam, wastewater or other materials. Tenn. Code Ann. § 54-5-852 (8). A supply owner is a “public body, cooperative, entity, enterprise or individual mentioned in the contract of use and occupancy and who is responsible for the construction, operation and maintenance of a refuelling facility.” Tennessee…