Within 60 days following written notice from the City, a grantee shall, at no expense to the City, temporarily or permanently remove, relocate, change or alter the position of any telecommunications facilities within the public rights-of-way whenever the City shall have determined that such removal, relocation, change or alteration is reasonably necessary for:
A. The construction, repairs, maintenance or installation of any city or other public improvement in or upon the public rights-of-way.
B. The operations of the City or other governmental entity in or upon the public rights-of-way unless such city operations are exclusively for its telecommunications purposes or cable services which compete with other telecommunications carriers or cable services.
Notwithstanding the 60-day limit, a grantee shall, at no expense to the City, relocate overhead facilities within 30 days following written notice from the Electric Utilities Department that the City or a joint pole owner has space on poles for such purpose.
The 30 or 60-day limit may be waived by consent of the parties. Waivers shall not be unreasonably withheld. (Ord. 2850 § 25, amended, 10/19/1999)