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17.01.113. Service to public buildings
The Grantee shall provide, without charge, one (1) outlet of basic and expanded basic service to each governmental building, including but not limited to fire stations, police substations, the Surf-n-Swim building, and public and non-profit private school buildings that are passed by its Cable System. The outlets of basic and expanded basic service shall not be used to sell Cable Services in or throughout such buildings; nor shall such outlets be located in common or public areas open to the public. Grantee shall have the right to secure any and all of its signals to insure compliance with this provision and to insure compliance with its contractual agreements with its programming suppliers. The distribution of the cable facility inside such building and the extent thereof shall be the option, duty and expense of the building owner. Users of such outlets shall hold Grantee harmless from any and all liability or claims arising out of their use of such outlets, including but not limited to, those arising from copyright liability. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth herein, the Grantee shall not be required to provide an outlet to such buildings where the drop line from the feeder cable to the building exceeds two hundred (200) cable feet, unless it is technically feasible and so long as it will not adversely affect the operation, financial condition, or market development of the Cable System to do so, or unless the building owner agrees to pay the incremental cost of such drop line in excess of two hundred (200) cable feet. In the event that additional outlets are provided to such buildings, the building owner may also be required to pay the service fees and installation charges associated with the provision of all service(s) provided for on the additional outlets relating thereto.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 99-62, Enacted, 12/16/1999