When any public road or publicly owned rail corridor is damaged or impaired in any
way because of the installation, inspection, or repair of a utility located on such
road or publicly owned rail corridor, the owner of the utility shall, at his or her
own expense, restore the road or publicly owned rail corridor to its original condition
before such damage. If the owner fails to make such restoration, the authority is authorized to do so
and charge the cost thereof against the owner under the provisions of s. 337.404.
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