utility structure means transmission and distribution lines owned by an independent transmission company or cooperative, the Kansas electric transmission authority or natural gas or electric public utility; and
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utility structure means any box or bin used for the storage of litter or garbage or any pole, line or kiosk intended for the transmission of a public utility service, including sewer, water, electrical power, natural gas, telephone or cable television;
utility structure means a utility facility placed on the bed of a waterway (below the OHWM), and can include, but is not limited to, utility poles, utility pole foundations, FERC regulated dam appurtenance structures, hydroelectric dam appurtenance structures, guy anchors or cables, electric cables, telecommunication cables or fiber optic lines, or construction matting. This does not include the placement or replacement of culverts or the placement of new intake or outfall structures.
utility structure means any above or below ground manhole, hand hole, vault, cabinet, or any other appurtenance other than a pole or device attached to a pole which is owned or used by a public service provider. The phrase does not include devices or structures used to control or direct pedestrian or vehicular traffic on an adjacent roadway.