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B 1 No political subdivision of this state that is a public cable service provider or contracts with a public cable service provider for cable service over a cable system shall, by any means, do any of the following: As used in division B 1 d of this section, "PEG channel" and "video service" have the same meanings as in section C No political subdivision of this state that is a public cable service provider shall have extraterritorial Sections of the fair competition act cable service recipients in excess of fifty per cent of the number of public cable service recipients that reside within the geographical limits of the political subdivision.
Nothing in this division prohibits public cable service providers from jointly owning and operating head-end equipment. Each such public cable service provider shall pay that proportion of the full costs of owning and operating such head-end equipment, including, but not limited to, the costs of construction, acquisition, installation, improvement, enhancement, modification, financing, maintenance, repair, and operation, equal to the total population of the political subdivision that is such public cable service provider divided by the total population of all political subdivisions that are public cable service providers jointly owning and operating such head-end equipment, determined annually or with such frequency as such public cable service providers otherwise agree.
D No political subdivision of this state that is a franchising authority shall unreasonably withhold a request by a cable service provider to transfer, modify, or renew, in accordance with the terms of the franchise and in accordance with the provisions of the "Telecommunications Act of ," Pub.
A 1 In addition to satisfying any other applicable notice and hearing requirements, the legislative authority of a political subdivision of this state shall provide notice in accordance with division B of this section of its consideration of an ordinance or resolution that would authorize the expenditure of public money for a cable system or the provision of cable service over a cable system, including, but not limited to, an ordinance or resolution that would authorize any of the following: No such ordinance or resolution shall be deemed an emergency ordinance or resolution or a measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety in the political subdivision, and no such ordinance or resolution shall take effect sooner than thirty days after its date of enactment.
If, within thirty days after such date of enactment, a petition signed by ten per cent of the electors of the political subdivision, based upon the total number of votes cast at the last preceding general election of the political subdivision, shall be filed with the appropriate office demanding a referendum on the ordinance or resolution, the ordinance or resolution shall not take effect until submitted to the electors and approved by a majority of those voting on it.
B Notice under division A 1 of this section shall be given at least forty-five days prior to the enactment of the ordinance or resolution and shall be given to all persons that have filed a pending application with the political subdivision to provide within its jurisdiction cable service over a cable system or are providing cable service over a cable system pursuant to a franchise granted by the political subdivision.
The notice shall be in writing, delivered to the address designated by the person as the address for receipt of notices or, if no such designation has been made, to the operating address of that person as registered with the political subdivision.
The notice shall be delivered by certified mail, registered mail, overnight delivery, or a similar method of receipted delivery. C No political subdivision shall fail to comply with division A of this section. A A political subdivision of this state that is a public cable service provider shall maintain a special fund for its cable system and the provision of cable service over that cable system and shall be subject, with respect to that special fund, to sections B A political subdivision of this state that is a public cable service provider shall prepare and publish, on or before the first day of June of each year for the prior calendar year, an annual report on its cable system and the provision of cable service over that cable system.
The report shall be substantially in accordance with full cost accounting and shall include disclosure of the amount, source, and cost of working capital utilized for its cable system and the provision of cable service over that cable system and estimates of the amount of any franchise fee, regulatory fee, occupation tax, pole attachment fee, property tax, or other fee or tax that would be applicable to its cable system and the provision of cable service over that cable system but for any exemption by reason of its status as a political subdivision, which exemption is authorized by law.
Nothing in sections C No political subdivision shall fail to comply with division A or B of this section. A violation of any provision of division B of section A A dispute for which a civil action is authorized under section B Prior to initiating a civil action under section The notice shall describe with reasonable specificity the issues that would be the subject of the civil action.
The issues shall be submitted to arbitration only if each person receiving such a notice of proposed arbitration gives its written consent not later than seven days after the date of receipt of the notice.
C Arbitration under this section shall be conducted and decided by a panel of three arbitrators in accordance with procedures established by the American arbitration association. The persons that would be the complainants in a civil action under section If the two arbitrators selected are unable to agree on a third arbitrator within seven days after the latest date either of the two arbitrators was selected, they are removed, and the parties to the proposed arbitration shall each select one substitute arbitrator in the same manner as previously provided in this division, and the two substitute arbitrators so selected shall jointly select the third arbitrator.
If the substitute arbitrators are unable to agree on a third arbitrator within seven days after the latest date either such substitute arbitrator was selected, they are removed, and the issues shall not be submitted to arbitration.A.D. ] COMPETITION AND FAIR TRADING [No.
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