METRO Act definition

METRO Act means the Metropolitan Extension Telecommunications Rights-of-Way Oversight Act, 2002 PA 48, MCL 484.3101 et seq.
METRO Act means the Metropolitan Extension Telecommunications Rights- of-Way Oversight Act, Act No. 48 of the Public Acts of 2002, as amended.
METRO Act means the Metropolitan Extension Telecommunications Rights-of-Way Oversight Act, being Act No. 48 of the Public Acts of 2002, MCL 484.3101 and following.

Examples of METRO Act in a sentence

Municipality may require Company to post a bond (or letter of credit) as provided in Section 15(3) of the METRO Act, as amended [MCL § 484.3115(3)].

This Permit satisfies the requirement for a permit under Section 5 of the METRO Act [MCL 484.3105].

Municipality hereby grants a permit under the METRO Act to Company for access to and ongoing use of the Public Right-of-Way to construct, install and maintain Telecommunication Facilities in those portions of the Public Right-of- Way identified on Exhibit A on the terms set forth herein.

The METRO Act shall control the establishment of right-of-way fees.

Within ninety (90) days after the substantial completion of construction of new Facilities in a Municipality, a provider shall submit route maps showing the location of the Telecommunication Facilities to both the Michigan Public Service Commission and to the Municipality, as required under Section 6(7) of the METRO Act, MCLA 484.3106(7).


More Definitions of METRO Act

METRO Act means the Metropolitan Extension Telecommunications Rights-of-Way Oversight Act, being Act No. 48 of the Public Acts of 2002, MCL 484.3101 and following, as amended from time to time.
METRO Act or “Act” shall mean the Michigan Extension Telecommunications Rights-of-Way Oversight Act, Act No. 48 of the Public Acts of 2002, as amended, being MCL 484.3101 et seq.

Related to METRO Act

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1990 Act means the Town and Country Planning Act 1990(d); “1991 Act” means the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991(e); “2004 Act” means the Energy Act 2004(f);
EP Act means the Environmental Protection Act 1986;
the 1991 Act means the Water Industry Act 1991(a);
the 2000 Act means the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000(b);
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