extraordinary cost in connection with a relocation

(2) For purposes of this subsection, the term— (A) “extraordinary cost in connection with a relocation” means any cost incurred by the owner of a utility facility in connection with relocation of such facility which is determined by the head of the displacing agency, under such regulations as the head of the lead agency shall issue— (i) to be a non-routine relocation expense; (ii) to be a cost such owner ordinarily does not include in its annual budget as an expense of operation; and (iii) to meet such other requirements as the lead agency may prescribe in such regulations; and (B) “utility facility” means— (i) any electric, gas, water, steam power, or materials transmission or distribution system; (ii) any transportation system; (iii) any communications system (including cable television); and (iv) any fixtures, equipment, or other property associated with the operation, maintenance, or repair of any such system; located on property which is owned by a State or local government or over which a State or local government has an easement or right-of-way. A utility facility may be publicly, privately, or cooperatively owned.


42 USC § 4622(d)(2)

Scoping language

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