§ 24-8.1-2.1. Relocation necessitated by sewer construction.
Notwithstanding any provision of law or of any charter or statute, general or special, to the contrary, whenever the relocation of utility facilities in the state, owned by private corporations, private companies, municipalities, political subdivisions, authorities, or agencies of the state, whether within or without the limits of public ways, shall become necessary in connection with a sewer construction project, for which the state shall be entitled under any law of the United States to reimbursement from federal funds for any portion of the cost of the project, then the municipality or sewerage district commission undertaking the project may require the relocation of the utility facilities, and the private corporation, private company, municipality, political subdivision, agencies of the state, or authority owning or operating such facilities shall promptly relocate the facilities and the state shall pay the state and federal share, if eligible, of the cost of the relocation to the utility as part of the cost of the federally aided sewer construction project.
(P.L. 1982, ch. 346, § 1.)