9-1.5-106. Notice requirements – repeal.

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9-1.5-106. Notice requirements – repeal. (1) The notification association created in section 9-1.5-105 shall:

(a) Receive and record notifications from excavators concerning intended excavation activities including sites, dates, and the nature of any intended excavation;

(b) Maintain a record of each notice of intent to excavate for a minimum of three years; and

(c) File the notification received regarding any proposed excavation site and the notification provided regarding such excavation site, including the date and time of each such notification, by reference number.

(2) The notification association shall establish and maintain a damage prevention safety program and shall conduct periodic public awareness campaigns.

(3) (a) (I) The notification association shall provide prompt notice of any proposed excavation to each affected tier one member that has any underground facilities in the area of the proposed excavation site. The notification association shall also provide the excavator with the name and telephone number of each tier two member that has any underground facilities in the area of the proposed excavation.

(II) This subsection (3)(a) is repealed, effective January 1, 2021.

(b) Effective January 1, 2021, the notification association shall provide prompt notice of any proposed excavation to each affected member that has any underground facilities in the area of the proposed excavation site.

Source: L. 93: Entire article amended, p. 505, § 1, effective September 1. L. 2018: (3) amended, (SB 18-167), ch. 256, p. 1577, § 7, effective August 8.

Editor’s note: Section 12 of chapter 256 (SB 18-167), Session Laws of Colorado 2018, provides that the act changing this section applies to conduct occurring on or after August 8, 2018.

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