Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 12.0219]
There is levied a comprehensive fee to cover the expenses incurred to extend any and all high-voltages distribution lines for the electrical servicing of a particular building residence or subdivision. This fee is levied to cover initial expenditures to supply any and all electrical requirements for annexations and building sites not previously served. The power line extension fee will also be levied when an existing high-voltage line is not adequate to supply the requirements of new construction or development. Where appropriate, portions of the extension fee will become reimbursable if future connections are made to the power line extension for which the fee was levied. The power line extension fee will be levied for the total cost of labor and materials required in extending such power line.History: Rule 4-30, eff 1 Apr 80, Power Line Extension Fees.